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CATALOGUE OF PRINTED MUSIC 
PUBLISHED BETWEEN 1487 AND 1800 
NOW IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM 



BY 

W. BARCLA.Y SQUIRE, M.A., F.S.A, 

Assistant in the Department of Printed Books. 



VOL. II. 
L— Z 

AND 

FIRST SUPPLEMENT. 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEES 

Sold at the British Museum; and by Longmans & Co., 39, Paternoster Row, E.G.; 
Bernard Quaritch, 11, Grafton Street, W. ; Asher & Co., 14, Bedford Street, 
Covent Garden, W.C, ; Henry Frowde, Oxford University Press, Amen Corner, E.C, ; 

Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 

1912 
[All rifjlils reserved] 



LC H i\vU : 



LONDON : 

PRINTED BY WILLIAM CLOWES AND SONS, LIMITED, 

DUKE STREET. STAMFORD STREET, S.E., AND GREAT WINDMILL STREET, W. 



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CATALOGUE OF OLD MUSIC 

PRINTED DOWN TO THE END OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY. 



L * * * *, 71/. Les A Propos dc Socicte ou 
chansons de M. L * * * * [P. Lanjon]. (Les 
A. Propos de la Folie ou Chansons 
Grotesques, e<c.) 3 torn. rPoris,] 1776. 8". 

11475. ccc. 13. 
With fionlisjneccs, title-pages, etc., bij 
Moir.au le Jeune. 

[Another copy.] 85. b. 18. 

Ij * *, M. dc. Ilecueil de Romances 
historlques, teudres et burlesques, tant 
anciennes que modernes, avec les Airs 
notes. Par M. [Charles] de L^usse]. 
IParis,'] 17G7. 8". 1081. m. 6. 

L., 3/''. Entre I'Amour et le Yin. Duo a 
Boirc. Les paroles et la musique sont 
de M' L . . . de Ligny. [Pari.s,] 1749. 4^ 

297. c. 23. 
Mercure dc France, Sept., 1749. 

Le Nouvel An. Chanson. [Words by] 
L. E. Guichard. [Paris,] 1751. s. sh. 4". 

298. c. 3. 
Mercure dc France, April, 1751. 

L * *, D. Tristes regrets, sortez ^e ma 
pensee. Romance Tcndrc. (Les Paroles 
& la Musique, sont de M. D. L * *.) 
Gravee par M'Charpentii'. Imprimc'e par 
Tournclle : {Paris,'] 17G0. s. sit. S\ 

297. d. 22. 
Mercure dc France, Feb., 1760. 

L., D. Vous jouissez d'une beaute supreme. 
Madrigal a il/"^' .4;- * * * dc * * *, etc. 
[Paris,] 1746. s. sh. i". 297. c. 5. 

Mercure de France, March, 1740. 

L., E. A Short Direction for the Perform- 
ance of Cathedrall Service. Published for 
the Information of such Persons, as are 
Ignorant of it, and shall be call'd to 
officiate in Cathedralls, or Collegiate 
Churches, where it hath formerly been 
in use. By Erdwardj L[owe]. William 
Hall for Richard Davis: Oxford, 1661. 
obl.i". E. Pam."l924. (2.) 

Ij., E. M. J. D. Vous troublez les humides 

plaines. Air. (Ces Paroles et la Musique 

sont de E. M. J. D. L.) [Paris,] 

1732. s. sh. 4°. 298. a. 23. 

Mercure de France, June, 1782. 

VOIi. II. 



Ij., J. R. Sweet Nancy. See Assist. Assist 
me ev'ry tuneful bard. Sioeet Nancy, etc. 
[By J. R. L.] [1756.] 8' 

P.P. 5439. ab. 

Sweet Namiy, etc. [Song.] [London, 

1756.] 8°. 250. c. 3. 

Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. XXVL, 

p. 85. 

L., M. A. V. Fruelings-Mayen. Vondreyssig, 
in einem Haussgiirtlein auffgewachsenen, 
doch etwas zu frue abgebrochenen Blumen. 
Zusammen gebunden, vnd in einem 
Heliconischen Geviiss, aufi begehren 
dargestellet, durch einen Liebhaber der 
Geistlichen G arte n-gesellsc haft 
(M[attha,usj AjpellesJ v[onJ L^owensternJ). 
[Breslau, 1644.] 8". C. 39. d. 3. (1.) 

L., II. Cloe. [Song.] [London, 

1758.] s. sh. 8\ P.P. 5439. ab. 

New Universal Magazine, July, 1758. 
Old England's Glory revived. [Song.] 
Set by R. L. [i.e. Richard Langdou ?] 
[London, 1759.] 8°. 158. 1. 4. 

Tlte London Magazine, 1759, ^>. 674. 

L., T. Yankee Doodle. Or The Negroes 
Farewell to America. [Song.] The Words 
and ^lusic by T. L. C[harles and] S[amucl] 
T[hompson : London, 1775 ?] .s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (163.) 

L., W. Sec Psalms. [English.] A Collec- 
tion of Tunes, suited to the various IMetres 
in Mr. Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of 
David, etc. [Edited by W. L.] 1719. 18". 

A. 620. 

LA. La ci darem la mano. Duet. 
Sec IMozART (W. A.) [Don Giovanni.] 

LAAG (Heinrich) Anfangsgriinde zum 
Clavierspielen und Generalbass. 
Bei J. W. Schmid : Osnabrilck, 1774. 4". 

C. 114. 
Fimfzig Lieder und zwar drei und vierzig 
von Herru J. C. Lavater und sieben sonst 
bekannte Kirchen- Lieder, in Melodien 
gebracht und herausgegeben von H. Laag. 
In der Waisenliaus-BuclidrucJicrcy : Casscl 
und Osnabrilck, 1777. 4". C. 576. 

[Another copy.] E. 1754. 



LA B ***— L'ABBfi 



LA B * * * ( de) 31"'-. La Mere Abandou- 
n^e. Romance par M"^ Basile, etc. 
Chis Camand : [Pans, 1780?] S". 

B, 362. a. (89.) 

LABAILLIVE ( ) Madame. Ah ! qu'uue 
femme est a plaindre. Ariette, etc. 
[Paris, 1780 ?] S". B. 362. a. (81.) 

LA BARRE (Joseph de CHABAN- 
CEAU DE) Dolorosi peusieri. Air 
Italieii d 3 2Mrties, etc. [Paris, 

1678.] sh. obi. 4". P.P. 4482. 

Nouveau Mercurc Galant, Aug., 1678, 
p. 126. 

LABARRE (Louis Juliex CASTELS 
DE) Trois Duos concertaus pour deux 
Violons ... 3" Livre de Duos. [Separate 
Parts.] Chez Momigny : Paris, 

[1795 ?] fol. g. 421. m. (2.) 

LA BARRE (Michel de) Premier 
(Deuxieme) Livre de Pieces pour la Flute 
Traversiere, avec la Basse-Coutiuue, etc. 
Grave par Barlion. 2 Bks. CJiez V Auteur : 
Paris, 1710. obi. 4". c. 64. 

LABARRE (Trille) See Jacques, 
Cousin, pseud. [Lcs Capucins.'] Air des 
Gapucins . . . Accompaguement par INP T. 
Labarre. [1791.] 8'\ B. 362. b. (169.) 

L'ABBE ( ) Choirmaster of St. Jacques, 
Dieppe. Amants, quand finiront vos 
peiues? Eccit de Basse. [Paris, 

1679.] s. sh. obi. 4°. P.P. 4482. 

Nouveau Mercure Galant, Feb., 1679. 

Decoiffe-moy cette Bouteille. Chanson a 

Boire [for two voices, words bv Pageau. : 

[Paris,\ 1679. s. sh. obi. 4°. P.P. 4482^. 

Nouveau Mercurc Galant, Aug., 1679, 

p. 195. 

On souffre quand on ayme bien. Air 
Nouveau [for two voices, words by de 
Merville]. [Paris, 1678.] s. sli. obi. i\ 

P.P. 4482. 
Nouveau Mercurc Galant, Sept., 1678, 
p. 19. 

Pour boire avec plus de plaisir. Air 
Nouveau. [Paris, 1678.J s. sh. obi. 4°. 

P.P. 4482. 
Nouveau Mercurc Galant, July, 1678, 
p. 131. 

i'our une jeuuc merveille. Air Nouveau. 
[Paris, UJlS.j s. sh. obi. i". P.P. 4482. 
Nouveau Mercure Galant, May, 1678, 
p. 106. 

Si Tirsis est une iuconstautfe]. Air 

Nouveau [for three voices . [Paris,] 

1679. s. sh. obi. 4". ' P.P. 4482. 

Nouveau Mercure Galant, Aug., 1679, 

2). 89. 



L'ABB;6, le Fits, pseud, [i.e. Joseph 
Barnabe Saint-Sevin.] Jolis Airs ajustes 
et varies pour un Violon seul . . . CBuvre 
Ml". Grave par Mad""= Oger. Cliez M. de 
la Chevardiere : Paris, [1776 ?] fol. 

h. 1113. a. (2.) 

Priucipes du Violon pour apprendre le 
doigte de cet instrument et les differends 
Agrements dont il est susceptible, etc. 
Chez Des Lauricrs : Paris, [1772.] fol. 

h. 1113. 

Premier (Deuxieme) Recueil d'Airs 
Francois et Italiens. Avec des Variations 
pour Deux Violons, Deux Pardessus, ou 
pour une Flute ou hautbois avec un Violon 
. . .Grave par L. Hue. 2 Bks. Chez 

rAufetir: [Paris, 1155?] fol. g. 997. 
Tlie only composer named in these col- 
lections is I'crgolcse. 

Souates a Violon seul . . . Gravees par ]\I""= 
Leclair. . .CEuvre i"". Chez I Auteur : 

Pflm, [1745?] fol. h. 1113. a. (1.) 

Six Senates a Violon seul et Basse . . . 
CEuvre viii'. Gravees par Louise Leclair 
femme Quenet. Cltez V Auteur : Paris, 
[1755?] fol. h. 1113. b. 

L'ABBE (Anthony) The Prince of Orange. 
A New Dance for the Year 1733. By Mr. 
Labbe. ]\'ritt bi/ Mr. Pemberton : 

[London, 1733.j 4'\ ' h. 801. (4.) 

The Prince of Wales's Saraband. A New 
Dance for Her Majesty's Birth dav, 1731. 
By Mr. Labbe. Writ f by Mr. Pemberton . 



[London, 1731.] fol. 



h. 801. (3.) 



Prince William. A New Dance for His 

^Majesty's Birth-day 1721. By Mr. Labbe. 

Writt b>i Mr. Pemberton : [London, 

1721.] fol. ' h. 801. b. (1.) 

The Princess Amelia. A New Dance for 
his Maj""' Birth-dav. Compos'd by j\Ir. 
L'Abee for the Year '1718. Writ by Mr. 
Pemberton : ''Londo)t, 1718.] fol. 

h. 801. b. (3.) 

The Princess Ann's Chacone. A New 
Dance for his jNIaj"" Birth-day. Compos'd 
by Mr. L'Abee for the Year 1719. Writ 
by Mr. Pemberton : [London, 1119.\ fol. 

h. 801. b. (2.) 

The Princess Anna, a new Dance for his 
Majesty's Birth Day 1716. Compos'd by 
Mr. L'Abee. Writ by Mr. Pemberton: 

[London, ni6.] fol. h. 801. -(1.) 

[Another copy.] h. 801. b. (5.) 

[Another edition.] The Princess Anna. 
Mr. L'Abee's New Dance for his Majesty's 
Birth Day 1716. Engraven in Characters 
& Figures for the use of ^Masters. 

Printed for I. Walsh and I. Hare : 
London, [1716.]" fol. h. 801. a. (1.) 



L'ABBE— LA COMBE 



L' ABB!^ (A>-thoxy) The Princess Royale, 
a uew Dance for his Majestys Birth Day 
1715. Compos'd by Mr. L'Abee. Writ by 
Mr. Pembcrtoii : [London, 1715. J fol. 

h. 801. b. (6.) 
[Another edition.] The Princess Royal, a 
new Dance for his Majesty's Birth Day, 
1715. Gompos'd by Mr. "L'Abee. The 
Figure & Characters fairly Engrayeu. 

Printed for I. Walsh cO J. Hare : 
London, [1715.] fol. h. 801. (2.) 

The New Kigadon. Compos'd by Mr. 
L'abbee for the Year 1723. [London, 

1723.] fol. h. 801. a. (4.) 

The Roj'al George. A New Dance. Com- 
pos'd by Mr. L'Abee for the Year 1717. 

Writ by Mr. Pcvibcrton : [London, 
1717.] fol. h. 801. b. (4.) 

See Pembektox (E.) An Essay for the 
further Improyement of Dancing... To 
which is added... A Passacaille by Mr. 
L'Abbe, etc. 1711. 4" & fol. 556. e. 16. 

LABORDE (Jean Benjamin de) [Les 
Bons Amis.] Ariettes detaches des Bons 
Amis, etc. [17G1.] 8\ 
See Bons Amis. C. 407. 

Choix de Chansons. . .Ornecs d'Estampes 
par J. ]\I. Moreau. . .CTrayees par Moria 
ot IMllc. Vendome. 4 Tom. C]icz de 

Lormel : Paris, 1778. 8". K. i. h. 18. 
T/ic title-i)agc is dated 1773, but some of 
tJic illustrations are dated 1774. 

Gilles, Gar(^on Peintre, z'Amoureux-t-ct 
Hival. [For editions of this work pub- 
lished anonymously :] See Gilles, GAR90N 
Peintre. 

Le mariage a ses peiues. 
See infra: [La Menniihx de Gentilly.] 

[La Jleuniere de Gentilly.] Die Miillerinu. 
Ein Singspiel, etc. [Music by J. B. de La 
Borde.] Sec Oi'ehettas. Sammlung der 
komischen Operetteu, etc. Band III. 



No. 5. 1772. 8". 



B. 729. 



Le mariage a ses peincs. Air, etc. 

(Les paroles sent de M. ^leunier, etc.) 
Piecoqiiilliec : [Paris,] 1768. s. .sh. 8'\ 

297. e. 20. 
Mercurc de France, Dec, 1768. 

[For editions published anonymously:] 

Sec Meuniebe de Gentilly. 

Essai sur la Musique Ancienne et IModerne. 

[By J. B. de Laborde and P. J. iloussier.j 

[For editions of this work published 

anonymously :J Sec Essai. 

On n'entend plus le chant des amoureux 

oiseaux. [Song.] [Paris, 1780? i 8". 

B. 362.' b. (11.) 
Thetis et Pelee. Tragedie remise en 
Musique, etc. [By J. B. de Laborde. Full 
Score.] 1765. fol. 
See, Thetis et Pelee. I. 315. 



LABORDE (Jean Benjamin de) Vols tu 
ces Coteaux se noircir. Romance, etc. 
[Paris, 1780 ?] S". B. 362. b. (16.) 

See also : B . . . , D. L. 
See Chansons. Recueil de Chansons, 
Ayec un accompagnement de Violou, etc. 
TBy J. B. de Laborde.] [1775?] obi. fol. 

E. 879. 

LABOUR. Labour in yain. [Song.] 

See Hudson (R.) 

[Another setting.] Labour in yain. Song. 

See In. In pursuit of some Lambs, etc. 

[1766.] 8\ P.P. 5438. z. 

[Another edition.] Labour in yain. 

[Song.] See In. In pursuit of some 

Lambs. [1775 ?1 s.sh. iol. 

G. 309. (128.) 
LABOURER. The Labourer's Welcome 

Home. [Song.] 

See DiBDiN (C.) [The Sjjhinx.] 

LABYRINTH. Das Labyrinth. Oper. 
See Winter (P. von.) 

LACASSAGNE (Joseph ue) Est-il un 
encens plus Hatteur. .1 Madame la Dau- 
pliine. [Song.] Les Paroles par M. I'Abbe 
de I'Attaignaut, etc. 
[Paris,] 1773. s. sh. 8". 298. e. 22. 

Mercurc de France, July, 1773. 
Traite general des Elemens du Chant, etc. 
Oicz I'Auteur : Paris, 1766. 8». 

C. 359. 

LACEPEDE ( ) Count de. 

See La Ville-sur-Illon (B. G. E. de) 
Count de Lac^pikle. 

LA CHAPELLE (Jacques Antoine de) 
See MovTE (F. de). Sonetz de P. de Ron- 
sard, d'c. [With a dedication by J. A. de 
la Chapelle.] 1575. obi. 4\ A. 125. 

LACHNITH (Ludwig Wenzel). 

See Haydn (F. J.) [Symi)]io)iies. B. cC H. 
No. 85.] La Reine de France Overture . . . 
arranged for the Piano-Forte. . .by Mr. 
Lachnitt. [1795?] fol. h. 2999. (3.) 
See Pleyel (I. J.) Trois Quatuors... 
arrang^ree pour Clavecin. . .avec accom- 
pagnemens de Violou & Basse, par Mr. 
Lachnitt. 2 Suittes. [1790 ?] fol. 

g. 161. (7-8.) 
(See Pleyel (I. J.) Trois Quatuors. . .ar- 
rangeae. . .par Mr. Lachnitt. 12th Suitte. 
[1790?] fol. g. 85. c. (1.) 

LACKNER ( de) Mrs. Second Set of 
Six Original German Waltz's, adapted for 
the Piano Forte, f/c. E. Bilei/ : London, 
[1800?] fol. g. 272. u. (7.) 

LA COMBE ( de). Pour les coeurs 
delicats. Air Serieux, etc. [Words by] 
De Bignicourt. [Paris,] 1735. s. sh. 4". 

297. b. 10. 
Mercurc de France, Oct., 1735. 

B 2 



LACORCIA— LADY 



LACORCIA (Scipione). Di Scipioue 
Lacorcia II Terzo Libro de IMadrigali a 
Ciuque Voci. Canto. (Alto.) (Teuore.) 
(Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 pts. Per Costantino 
Vitale : Napoli, 1G20. 4". K. 3. h. 17. 

LACOSTE ( ) Aricie, Ballet [written 
by J. Pic]. Represente par I'Acadeniie 
Koyale de Musique, etc. Chez C. Ballard : 
Paris, 1697. obi. A". B. 743. 

LA CROIX (Antoine de) Azile donne a 
I'amour. [Song.] See Nina. Dors cher 
enfant, etc. (Azile donne a I'aniour. 
Musique de LP de la Croix.) 
[1800?] fol. H. 346. (25.) 

LAD. The Lad wha lilts sae sweetly. 
Song. See Hook (J.) 

LADIES. Ladies and Beggars. Glee. 
Sec Gentle. Gentle Ladies good in 
nature, etc. [1775 ?] fol. 

G. 316. j. (4.) 
The Ladys can not but approve. what 
a Bemt, my Granny ivas. [Song.] 

Printed for J. Buchinger : London, 
[1800?] fol. G. 805. m. (26.) 

The Ladies' Case. [Song.] 
Sec How. How hard is the Fortune, etc. 
[1740?] s.sJi.lol. G. 316. e. (8.) 

The Ladies in Vaux-Hall-Gardens to the 
British Officers at Dettingen. [Song.] 
Sec Gladwin (T.) 

The Ladies' Lamentation for y° Loss of 
Senisino. [Song.] 
Sec As. As musing I rang'd, etc. 
[1735 ?] s. sit. fol. G. 316. d. (27.) 

The Ladies of rank are so frisky and fine. 
Song. See William and Nanny. 

LADIES' FROLIC. The Ladies' Frolick. 
Comic Opera. 
Sec Bates (\V.) and Arne (T. A.) 

LADIES' POCKET GUIDE. The 

Ladies' Pocket Guide or The Compleat 
Tutor for the Guittar, containing Easy 
Rules for Learners. . .with a choice Collec- 
tion of the most famous Airs, etc. D. Ihdher- 
foord: London, [1150 2] 8\ e. 375. 

TJie composers named in tliis work are : 
Corelli, Snoiv, Ha)idcl and Grano. 

LADS. Lads and Lasses, blithe and gay. 
A New Dialogue. Sung by Master Adams 
and ]\Iiss Carli, at Finch's Grotto-Gardens. 
[London, 1763.] 8". P.P. 5441. 

Royal Magazine Vol. IX., p. 26'J. 
Lads and Lasses, blithe and gay. A Netv 
Dialogne. Sung by Master Adams and 
Miss Carli, at Finch's Grotto-Gardens. 
[London, 1763.] 8°. P.P. 5140. 

Lady's Magazine, Vol. Y.,]). 721. 

[Another setting.] Lads and lasses blith 

and gay. Song. 

See Puecell (H.) [Don Quixote. PartIL] 



LADS. Lads and Lasses hither come. 
Round. See Atterbury (L.) 
The Lads and the Lasses. Damon and 
Daphne. Song, etc. [London,] 

1799. s. sh. 4", P.P. 5141. 

Lady's Magazine, June, 1799. 
The Lads of the Glen. [Song.] 
See DiBDiN (C.) [Christmas Gambols.} 

LADURNER (Ignaz Anton) Gaite 
militaire. [Song.]. . .Paroles du Cit. 
Pillet, etc. Chez hnbault : Paris, 

[1795?] 8". B. 362. (171.) 

Trois Senates pour Forte-Piano avec 
Accompagneinent de Violon et Violoncelle 
. . .CEuvre i". Cliez ill'" Boyer : Paris, 

[1785?] fol. h. 3212. f. (5.) 

The string parts only, 

LADY. Six Ballads, with an Accompani- 
ment for the Harp, the IMusic by A Lady. 
Printed for the Composer : 
[London, 18002] fol. G. 356. (1.) 

The title-page is signed ' B. S.' 
Bless'd be those sweetly shining eyes. 
Song. Music bv a Lady. [London,] 

1797. s. sh. 4".' P.P. 5141. 

Lady's Magazine, June, 1797. 
Six Easy Canzonets and Three Duets for 
the Piano Forte or Harpsichord. Com- 
posed by a Lady. Longman and Broderip, 
for the Authoress : London, [1795 ?] 
obi. fol. E. 270. (16.) 

Emma or the Bough-pot Girl. A favorite 
Song composed by a Lady. W. Hodsoll : 
London, [1797 ?] fol. G. 356. (32.) 

Fair the Face of Orient Day. A Favorite 
Song, composed by a Lady. W. Hodsoll : 
London, [1797 ?] fol. G. 356. (33.) 

French Fraternity. [Song] By a Lady, 
composed in Honor of the . . . Naval 
Victories, obtained by our Three Gallant 
Admirals. T. Skillcrn, for the AiitJtor : 
[London, 1797 ?] fol. G. 376. (49.) 

The Genie of the Mountains of Balagete. 
An Ode, Composed by a Lady [Ann Home, 
afterwards Mrs. J. Hunter]. Author of 
the Death Song of the Cherokee Indians, 
and some other Poetical and IMusical 
Attempts, etc. Longman and Broderip : 
[London, 1790?] fol. G. 307. (217.) 

The Happy Lover. [Song.] Set by a 
Lady. [Loiulon, 1745 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 311. (90.) 

[Another copy.] G. 305. (227.) 

How gay that air! Song. . .'Music by a 
Lady. [London,] 1796. s. sli. 4". 

P.P. 5141. 
Lady's Magazine, Feb., 1796. 
I have found out a Gift for my Fair. A 
Ballad [words by W. Shenstone]. . .The 
]Music by a Lady. [London, 

1797 ?] 5. sh. fol. G. 356. (50.) 



LADY— LAEUSIMPELTZ 



LADY. Mary Macgie's Dream. [Song.] The 

Music by a Lady [Ann Home, afterwards 

Mrs. J. Hunter], Author of Canzonets, etc. 

Longman and Broderip, for the Author : 

[London, mo^ fol. 'G. 311. (162.) 

Ode on the Glorious Victory gain'd over 
the French Fleet, off the Mouth of the 
Nile, by Admiral Lord Nelson, on the 
1" of August, 1798. The Music ... by a 
Lady. G. Smart : London, [1798.] fol. 

G. 376. (47.) 

On a Lady weeping. [Song.] Words by 
Prior. Music by a Ladv. 
[London,] 1797. s. sh. i". P.P. 5141. 
Lady's Magazine, May, 1797. 

The Proofs of Passion, a favorite Song, 
the Words and ]\Iusic by a Lady. 
Prcstoii: London, [1189?] fol. 

II. 1994. d. (40.) 

See, whilst thou weep'st. [Song.] Words 
bi/ M. Prior. I\Iusic by a Ladv. [London,] 
1797. s. sh. 4°. 'p.p. 5141. 

Lady's Magazine, Oct., 1797. 

Sighs and tears reliev'd. A Favorite 
Song by a Lady. Broderip and Wilkinson : 
London, [1799 ?] fol. G. 356. (34.) 

The South Sea Ballad. Set by a Ladv. 
[London, 1120?] s. sh. io\. 

G. 307. (26.) 

[Another edition.] The South Sea Ballad. 
See Change Alley. Change Alley's so 
thin, c^c. [1720?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. ^92.) 

The second Part of the South Sea Ballad. 
Set by a Lady. [Lond'in 1721? t.sh.io 

G. 313. (38. 



The Lady at her Toilet. Song. 

See As. As Frazer at her Toilet sat, etc. 

[1720 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1601. (1.) 

The Ladv Devoted. [Song.] 
See DuRFEY (T.) 

The Lady Devoted. [Song.] Sec One. 
One Sundav at St. James's Prayers. 

G. 310. (183.) 

The Lady of the May. [Song.] 

See Pretty. Pretty Wanton come away. 

[1750?] s.sh.iol. G. 311. (8.) 

A Lady's Advice to her Lover. [Song.] 
See Tell. Tell me no more of pointed 
Darts. [1750?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. f. (28.) 

A Lady's Advice to her Lover. [Song.] 
See Tell. Tell me no more of pointed 
Darts, cic. [1758.] 8'\ P.P. 5439. ab. 

The Lady's Answer to the Chimney 
Sweeper. [Song.] See How. How Dare 
such Chimney Sweepers come. 
[1720?] s.sh.tol. H. 1601. (201.) 



LADY. The Lady's Birth-Day. [Song.] 
See Four. Four and twenty Fidlers aU 
in a Row, etc. [1720?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (165.) 
The Lady's Diary. fSong.] 
See DiBDiN (C.) [A Tour to the Land's 
End.] 

The Lady's Dream. [Song.] See G., S. 
The Ijady's Lamentation for y^ absence of 
Cap' John. [Song.] See As. As near to 
Rosamonda's stream, etc. 
[1740.] s. sh. fol. G. 306. (114.) 

The Lady's Lamentation for y" Loss of 
Senesiuo. [Song.] Sec As. As musing 
I rang'd, etc. [1735 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. d. (26.) 
The Lady's Repulse. [Song.] 
See Hercules. No more invade me. 
The Lady's Reimlse, etc. [1715 ?] 

s. sh. fol. G. 303. (47.) 

The Lady's Toast. [Song.] See Away. 
Away ye fantastical Shadows of Grief. 
[1710?] s.sh.iol. H. 1601. (28.) 

LADY ALICE. Lady Alice. Ballad. 
See In. In Scarlet Town where I was 
born. Barbara Allen, a7id Lady Alice. 
Two... Ballads, <?/c. FISOO?] fol.' 

G. 796. (4.) 

LADY BAIRD'S REEL. Lady Baird's 
Reel made into a Rondo for the Piano 
Forte. N. d M. Stewart : Edinburgh, 

[1790?] fol. g. 149. (13.) 

LADY HARRIOTE. Lady Harriots. 
[Song.] See Boyce (W.) 

LADY ISABELL. Lady isabell ***** 
Glee. See Pleyel (I. J.) [Lieder oeym 
Clavier zic singen. Th. II. Die frilhe 
Licbc] 

LADY JANE GRAY. Lady Jane 
Gray's Lamentation. [Song.] 
See GiORDANi (G.) or (T.) 

LADY OF THE MANOR. The Lady 
of the ^lanor. Comic Opera. See Hook (J.) 

LADY'S TRIUMPH. On a Bank of 
Flow'rs. A new Song sung by Mr. 
Pack in the Lady's Triumph. [Words by 
L. Theobald, music by J. E. Galliard.] 
[Lo?idoH, 1718?] s.sh.tol. 

H. 1601. (344.) 
[Another edition.] On a Bank of Flow'rs. 
A neiv Song, etc. [London, 

1718 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. g. (48.) 

[Another edition.] On a Bank of Flow'rs, 
etc. [London, 1120?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 305. (213.) 
[Another copy.] G. 310. (185.) 

LAEUSIMPELTZ (Charis) p>seud. 
See Tapinsmus (M.) pseud, and Laeusim- 
PELTz (C.) pseud. Refutation des Satyri- 
schen Componistens, etc. 1678. 4°. 

12305. d. 26. 



6 



LA FEILLEE— LAHOUSSAYE 



LA FEILLEE (PRAN901S de) Nouvelle 
]\I6thode i^our apprendre facilement les 
Regies du Plain-Chant et de la Psalmodie. 
Avec des Messes & autres Ouvrages en 
Plain-chant figur6 & musical . . .^a voix 
seule & en partie. . .Nouvele Edition, 
revue, corrigee, & augment^e par un 
Eccl^siastique, etc. Chez J. F. Faulcon it 
F. Barbier : Poitiers, 1782. 12". 

B. 813. a. 

L'AFFILLARD (Michel) Principes 
tres-faciles pour bien apprendre la 
Musique, qui conduiront promptement 
ceux qui ont du naturel pour le Chant 
jusqu'au point de chanter toute sorte de 
Musique proprement, & a Livre ouvert ; 
. . . Sixi^me Edition revue, corrigee, & 
augment^e. 
Chez C. Ballard : Paris, 1705. obi. A". 

A. 470. 

LA FOND (Jean FRAN901S) A New 
System of ]Music, both Theorical and 
Practical, and yot not Mathematical, 
etc. (Vol. I.) (The Truth of the Twelve 
Notes; and one of their great Uses.,, 
illustrated in two. . .Preludes. . .And two 
other . . . Advantages . . . examplify'd in 
Corelli's vi. Sonata, iv. Work, fitted for 
those Purposes.) 2 pts. Printed for the 
Author : London, 1725. 8" & 4°. 

1042. k. 8. 
No more published. 
[Another copy.] 1042. k. 9. 

LA FONTAINE ( de) L'Absence. 
Romance, a Nirz6. [Written] Par M. 
Courcelles. [Paris, 1785 ?] 8°. 

B. 362. a. (95.) 
Le Conseil. Ariette, [written] par jM. 
Courcelles, etc. [Paris, 1785 ?] 8». 

B. 362. c. (5.) 

LAGACHE ( ) Ainsi qu'un papillon 
volage. Ariette, etc. [Paris,] 

nil. s. sh. 8°. 297. f. 16. 

Mercure de France, Sept., 1777. 

LAGARDE (N. de) ^gle. Ballet en un 
Acte. . .Grave par Labass^e. Chfs 

VAtUeur : Paris, [1751.] fol. H. 537. 
Ah ! le beau temps. Brunette, etc. 

Grav^e ixir Labassi^e : [Paris, 1757.] 
s. sh. 8". 297. h. 28. 

Choix des Anciens Mo-cures, Tom. II., 
p. 168. 

Aimons, buvons. Dno, etc. [Paris, 

1780?] 8". B. 362. i. (41.) 

Aimons, aimons. Duo Parodid sur, 

Aimons, buvons, de Mr. de la Garde. 
[Paris, 1780 ?] 8". B. 362. e. (44.) 

Nouveaux Airs a une et Plusieurs Voix. 
1" Livre 2" Edition revue, etc. (Second 
Livre.) (Troisi^me Livre.) 3 Liv. Chez 
VAuteur : Paris, [1765 ?] obi. 4°. 

C. 640. (2.) 



LAGARDE (N. de) En^e et Didon, 
Cantate, etc. Grav6 par J. Renou. 
Chez VAuteur : Paris, [1764.] obi. 4'\ 

C. 640. (4.) 

He! quoi tout sommeille. Chassc,...en 
Duo. [Paris, 1180?] 8". 

B. 362. e. (45.) 

Journal de INIusique, etc. Gravee par L. 
Hue. Au Bureau du Mercure ; Paris, 

1758. obi. 4'\ C. 640. a. (1.) 

llie number for May only. 

Premier (Second) Recueil d'Airs a Une, 
Deux et Trois Voix, etc. Grav6 par J. 
Renou. 2 pts. Chez VAuteur : Paris, 

1742(-3). obi. 4". C. 640. a. (2.) 

I. (II.) Recueil de Brunettes avec accom- 
pagnement de Guittare, de Clavecin ou 
de Harpe. (IIP Recueil. . .Avec accom- 
pagnement de Violon, Guitare, Clavecin 
ou Harpe.) 3 pts. Chez VAiitcur : Paris, 
1764. obi. 4". C. 640. (1.) 

Quatrieme(-VI'') Recueil de Duo, dc. 3 pts. 
ChezVAiiteur : Paris, 1751 (1764). obi. 4". 

C. 640. (3.) 

Soyez toujours Songes charmans. Ariette, 
. . . Avec Accompagne"'' de Guithare par 
M-- Guichard. [Paris,] 1779. 8°. 

B. 362. g. (77.) 

Tendre fruit des pleurs de I'aurore. Ariette. 
[Paris, 1770?] 8°. B. 362. e. (59.) 

[Another copy.] B. 362. b. (25.) 

Tout dit qu'il faut aimer. Chanson. 
(Les paroles sont de M. de B. . .etc.) 

Gravic par M"'' Leclair la fille : [Paris,] 
1756. s. sh. 8°. ' 297. d. 2. 

Mercure de France, August, 1756. 



Flores Jesssei, 
tribus paribus 



LAGKHNER (Daniel) 
Musicis modulis & fere 
adaptati, etc. ^ledia. 
In officina typographica Pauli Kauffmanni : 
Noiibcrgie., 1606. 4". ' C. 75. 



LAGO (Giovanni del) Breue Intro- 
duttione di Musica Misurata. . .scritta al 
]\Iagnifico Lorenzo Moresino patricio 
Venetiano, etc. Ex prselo Brandini ((• 

Octauiani Scoti fratrum habcntnr ex- 
cussat: Venetiis, 1540. 4°. K. 8. c. 19. 
22 fol., without pagination. 

LAGUERRE (Elisabeth Claude Jac- 
QUET de) See Jacquet de Lagueeee. 

LA HA YE ( ) Sec Champein (S.) 
[Le Mantcau.] Nos bons parens parlent 
sans cesse . . . Accomp' de Guittare par M. 
La Haye. [1790 ?] 8°. B. 362. h. (6.) 

LAHOUSSAYE (Pieree) Sei Sonate a 
Violino solo e Basso . . . Opera prima. 
Grav6 par Fouchault. Chez le S'' Sicber : 
Paris, [1765 ?j fol. g. 422. a. (4.) 



LAISSE— LAMOTTE 



LAISSE. Laisse moi gouter le i^laisir. 
[Song.] See Campan ( ) 
Laisse tes Agneaux. Ariette. 
See Albanesk ( ) 

LAISSEZ. Laissez vous sous mes doigts 
ployer avec souplesse. Ariette Xouvcllc. 
Avec Accopag' de Guitare. 
Chez M. Camancl : Paris, ri780?] 8". 

b; 362. g. (30.) 

LAISSONS. LaissoDS aux chansonniers 
du jour. Le Vent de Bine. rSong.l 
[Paris, 1780?] 8". B. 362. e. (106.) 
Laisson laisson a la gailc'. Vaudeville. 
Sec PoioTE Supposi':. 

LAKES. The Lakes of Windermere. 
[Song.] Sfc DiBDiN (C.) [Tom Wilkins.] 

IiALiANDE (Michel Eichard de) Les 
III Lemons da Tenebres et le ^liserere a 
voix seule. . .Grave par L. Hue. 
CJiez Madcm"- Hue : Paris, 1780. fol. 

I. 170. a. 

INIotets de Feu iP de La Lande . . . Avec un 
discours sur la Vie et les CEuvres de 
I'Autheur, etc. Grave par L. Hue. i"'(-ix'') 
(xr-xV) (xvn''-xviii'') Livre. 16 vols. 
Chez le S' Boicin : Paris, 1720. fol. 

I. 170. 

See Destouches (.\. C.) Les Klemeus. . . 
Ballet, etc. [Music by A. C. Destouches 
and M. R. de Lalande.] 17:^5. obi. -4". 

C. 398. 

L'AIiL * * * ♦ ( ) Je le tiens ce nid de 
fauvette. I. D'l/lle de M'' Berquin. 
IMusique de M' L'all****. [Paris, 

1780?] 8». B. 362. b. (13.) 

[Another copy.] B. 362. e. (111.) 

LALLEMAN ( ) Au matin dans les 
pr^s de Flore. Chanson. (Les Paroles et 
la ;\Iusique sont de M. Lalleman.) 
[Paris,] 1778. 8». 297. f. 28. 

Mercure de Fratice, Dec, 1778. 

LALIjOIJETTE (.Jean FRAN901S) :Motets 
a r. II. et in. voix, avec la Basse-Continue 
. . .Livre Premier. Chez I'Aiitetir : 

Paris, 172G. fol. L 514. 

LA MARRE ( de) Les Chansons pour 
Danser et pour Boire. Du Sieur de La 
Marre. Robert Ballard : Paris, 1650. 8". 

A. 765. 
[Another copy.] See Chansons. — 2. 
Recueil de differens Livres de Chansons, 
etc. Liv. V. 1699. 8». A. 428. (5.) 

LAMB. Lamb of God, whose bleeding 
Love. Hymn. See E., H. 

LAMBARDUS (Hieronymus) Antiphon- 
arium Vespertinum Dierum Festorum 
Totius Anni iuxta ritum liomani Breuiarij 
Pij V. reformati, nunc nuper pulcherrimis 
contrapuntis exornatum at<jue auctum a 



Reverendo D. Hieronymo Lambardo. . .Ir 
tres partes distributum. . .Secuuda Pars. 
In Cmnobio Sancti Spiritus ])rope Venetian 
1597. fol. K. 9. b. 12. 

Vespertina Omnium Solemnitatum Totius 
anni Psalmodia Ternis Vocibus decantanda. 
Cum duobus Canticis Beatte jNIarie Virginis 
...Primus Chorus. Cum Basso ad Or- 
ganum, etc. Tenor. (Bassus.) (Bassus ad 
Organum.) 3pts. ^re Bartholotnei Magni. 
Stampa del Gardano : Venctia, 1613. 4». 

D. 110. 

LAMBERT ( ) iP". Le Satyre et le 
Passant. Fable mise en vers par M' de 
la Fontaine, etc. Ch('s Camand : [Paris, 
1780?] 8°. B. 362. e. 99. 

LAMBERT (]*Iichel) Les Airs du Sieur 
Lambert. Grauez par Richer. 

Chez Charles de Sercij : Paris, 

[1660.] obi. 4". K. 3. f. 14. 

Ombre de mon Amant. Air. [Paris,] 

1679. s. sh. obi. 4". P.P. 4482. 

Xouveau Mercure Galant, June, 1679, 

p. 31. 

LAMBRANZI (Gkegorio) Neue und 
Curieuse Theatrialische Tantz-Schul. 
2 Th. Vcrlegts Johan Jacob Wolrab : 

Nurnbcrg, [1715.] fol. L. P. 

K. 8. g. 5. 
Engraved by J. G. Puschner. 

Neue und Curieuse Theatrialische Tantz- 
Schul. In Kupffer gebracht iind verlegt 
von Johann Georg Puschner: Nurnberg, 
(1716.) fol. K. 8. g. 4. 

Part I. 0)ilij. 

LAMENTATION. Lamentation of Marie 
Antoinette. [Song.] See Stokacb (S.) 

LAMENTATIONS. [The Lamentations, 
for Holv Week. Soprano and Contralto 
Parts.] 'Brazzini: [Florence, 1700?] i". 

C. 2. 

LAMENTED. Lamented Maid, what 
cruel fate. Song. See Hudson (R.) 

LAMENTO DI MARIA ANTONI- 

ETTA. Lamento di Maria Antonietta, 
Eegina di Francia. Cantata. 
Sec RossELLi (A.) 

LAMENTO DI OLIMPIA. II Lamento 
di Olimpia. [Madrigals.] 
See Rossetto (S.) 

LAMIRA. Lamira and Virnus together 
have join'd. Song. See Walker (T.) 

LAMOTTE HOUDAR. Lamotte 
Houdar, com6die anecdotique en un acte 
et en prose, mel6e de vaudevilles. Par les 
citoyens Piis et Auger. . .avec la musique. 
Chez le Libraireau ThMtredu Vaudeville : 
Paris, An viii [1800]. 8°. 

11738. 1. 19. (6.) 



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LAMOTTE— LAMPE 



LAMOTTE (Franz) A Solo for the 
Violin and a Bass for the Harpsichord or 
Violoncello. Printed for W. Forstcr : 

London, [1783 ?] fol. "h. 1608. (12.) 

LAMPADIUS (Auctor) Compendium 
Musices, tam figurati quam plani cantus 
ad formam Dialogi,. . ,ex eruditis : Music- 
orum scriptis...congcstu,...Adiectis etiam 
regulis Concordantiarum & componendi 
Cantus artificio. . .Pmeterea addita3 sunt 
formule intonandi Psalmos, cic. [With a 
preface by Eberhardus a Riimlango.] 
Per Mathiam Apiariuvi : Bernae Hclvct: 
1537. 8°. 1042. e. 1. (1.)* 

LAMPARELLI (Antonio) La Montague 
d'Amour. [Song.] [B. Viqneric : Paris, 
1800?] fol. G-. 548. (55.) 

No. 21, 2* Ann^.e of the ' Journal de la 
Lyre d'Orph^e.' 
Tu m'aimes encor, ma Lesbie ! Bomancc. 
Chez B. Yiguerie : Paris, [1800 ?] fol. 

G. 548. (54.) 
No. 21, 2" Ann/'e of the ' Journal de la 
Lyre d'Orphi'e.' 

LAMPE (Charles John Frederick) 
Britannia's Invitation to her Sons, to 
partake of the Glory of the intended 
Expedition. [Song.] The words by Mr. 
Wignell, etc. Printed for M. Whitakcr : 
London, [1760 ?] fol. G. 316. (94.) 

Six English Songs as sung by Mr. Lowe 
& Mrs. Lampe Jun'' at IMary-bone 
Gardens. Printed for C. Jones : London, 
17G4. fol. G-. 808. g. (21.) 

See Catches. A Second Collection of 
Catches by. . .Dr. Arne. . .Mr. Lampe, etc. 
[17G6 ?] obi. 4". A. 756. a. (2.) 

LAMPE (JoHANN Friedrich) Advice to 

the Unwary, etc. [Song.] [London, 

1738.] 8". 249. e. 8. 

Gentleman'' s Magazine, Vol. VIII., 

p. 430. 

The Art of Musick. Printed for C. Corhett : 
Ijondon, 1740. 8". 1042. h. 6. (4.) 

The Batchelor's Advantage. [Song.] 
See As. As Thomas and Harry one Mid- 
summer Day, etc. [Music by J. P. Lampe.] 
[1730?] s.sh.iol. G. 306. (36.) 

Bright Cynthia's Pow'r. 
Sec infra : [OroonolxO.'] 
British Melody ; or, the Musical Magazine. 
Consisting of a large Variety of. . .English 
and Scotch Songs Airs, &c. ... Set to 
Musick by the most Eminent Masters . . . 
The Whole curiously Engrav'd on Three- 
score Folio Copper Plates ; . . .revis'd and 
corrected and one Fourth Part of them 
set to Musick by J. F. Lampe... each 
Plate.. .Embellish'd with a New Head- 
Piece, etc. Printed for. . . B. Cole : 
London, 1739. fol. H. 1364. 
The covifoscrs named in this collection 



are : Lampe, Bamondon, Philips, C. 

Young, M. Greene, S. Alabbat or 

Mobbot, Carey, Stanley, B. Graves, 

Pcspusch, Galliard, Hatchdosam and 

Handel. 

But shall I go mourn for that my Dear. 

[Song.] Set by Mr. Lampe from Shake- 

spear['s ' Winter's Tale ']. [London, 

1745 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 306. (251.) 

A Cantata and Four English Songs. 

Printed for I. Walsh: London, 
[174G?] fol. G. 221. (5.) 

[Columbine Courtezan.] A Collection of 
all the Aires, Pastorells, Chacoons, Entre, 
Jiggs, Minuets and Musette's in Columbine 
Courtezan, and all the late Entertain- 
ments. . .To which is Prefix'd, the Original 
Medley Overture. The whole fitted for a 
Violin, German Flute, & Harpsicord, etc. 
Printed for I. Walsh: London, 
[1735.] ohl. fol. e. 60. (1.) 

The Complaint. 
Sec infra : [The Despairing SJtejJierd.] 

The Cuckoo, a Celebrated Concerto : in 
Five Parts, viz. Traversa, Violin 1, 
Violin 2, Tenor, Violencella, and Bass. 
[Harpsichord Part.] 

Printed for J. Wilcox : London, 
[1740?] fol. G. 221. (1.) 

The Celebrated Cuckoo Concerto. Com- 
posed by C. F. [or rather F. J.] Lampe. 
[1798.] See Periodical Publications. — 
London. The Piano-Forte Magazine. 
Vol. IV. [No. 6.] [1797-1802.] 8". 

D. 854. 
The Declaring Lover. [Song.] 
[London, 1740?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (133.) 
[Another copy.] G. 305. (168.) 

The Despairing Shepherd. [For editions 
of this song published anonymously :] 
See Cleon. Cleon, whose heart foretold 
despair, etc. 

[The Dragon of Wantley.] Songs and 
Duetto's in the Burlesque Opera, call'd. 
The Dragon of Wantley. [Written by 
H. Carey] . . . Composed and Carefully 
Corrected by Mr. J. F. Lampe, etc. [Full 
Score.] Printed for J. Wilcox: London, 
1738. fol. P. 5. 

Engraved by B. Cole. 
Songs and Duetto's in... The Dragon of 
Wantley, in Score, etc. 

Printed for I. Walsh: London, 
[1746?] fol. G. 221. (2.) 

Tliis is the same as the edition of 1738, 
ivith a nctv title-page. 

The Songs, Duettos and Trio in the 
Dragon of Wantley . . . Dispos'd properly 
for the Harpsicord & Voice, and may be 
accompanied with a Violin or German 
Flute & Violoncello. W. Smith : 

London, [1762.] obi. fol, F, 5. ^, 



LAMPE 



Female Advice. 
[Lomhn, 1750?] 



Go 
Mr 



lovely Rose. 
Waller. 



LAMPE (JoHANN Friedrich) [Fatal 
Falsehood.] Whilst endless Tears and 
Sighs declare. A Song in the new Tragedy 
[by J. Hewitt] of Fatal Falsehood. . .Sung 
bvMrs.Clive. [London, 1134:.] s.sh.iol. 

I. 530. (82.) 

[Song.] 
s. sh. fol. 

G. 307. (161.) 

[Song.] The Words hij 
[London, 11 iO?] fol. 

G. 308. (19.) 

[Another copy.] G. 305. (162.) 

The Inconstant. SeeWuES. When fading 
Beauty does decay. Tlte Inconstant. [Song, 
music by J. F. Lampe.] 
[1730?] s. s/(. fol. G. 313. (150.) 

Ladies' Amusement : being a new Col- 
lection of Songs, Ballads, &c. With 
Symphonies and Thorough-Bass. J. Hoey, 
for the Author : Dublin, [1748 ?] fol. 

H. 1625. b. 
Imperfect, wanting pp. 19-22. 
The Lady's Lamentation for y" absence of 
Cap' John. 

See As. As near to Rosamonda's stream. 
[1740.] s. sh. fol. G. 306. (114.) 

A Lass there lives upon the green. 
See infra : [Oroonoko.] 

Love and Honour. [Song.] 

Sec I. I wish and long for that which 

I, etc. [IMusic by J. F. Lampe. ^ 

[1740?] s.sh.iol. G. 309. (115.) 

The Lover's Address. [Song.] 
See Charmer. Charmer permit me to 
make a Surrender, etc. [Music by J. F. 
Lampe.] [1730?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 307. (47.) 
The Maid's Request, etc. [Song.] 
See Glide. Glide swiftly on thou Silver 
Stream, etc. [By J. F. Lampe.] 
[1735?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. d. (159.) 

[Another edition.] The Maid's Request, 
etc. S«> Glide. [1740?] s. .s/(. fol. 

G. 310. (200.) 
[Margery. Overture and Chorus's in the 
Burlesque Opera called ^Margery, being a 
Sequel to the Dragon of Wantley, etc. 
Words by H. Carey. Full Score.] 

[Printed for J . Wilcox: London, 
1739.] fol. G. 221. (3.) 

Wanting the title-page. 

Lampe's Original Medley Overture. 
[Orchestral Parts.] [London, lliO?'} fol. 

g. 474. a. (14.) 

A Plain and Compendious Method of 
Teaching Thorough Bass... With Proper 
Rules for Practice. The Examples and 
Lessons. . .Engraved on Copper Plates. 
Printed for J. Wilco.x : London, 1131. 4°. 

558*. e. 22. 



LAMPE (.JoHANN Friedrich) The Modest 
Concealment. [Song.] Sec Dear. Dear 
Collin prevent my warm Blushes, etc. 
[1733 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 307. (130.) 

[Oroonoko.] Bright Cynthia's Pow'r, 
divinely great. .-1 Song i)i Oroonoko. 
[Words by T. Cheek.] 
[Lo)!fZLi«,"l730?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 306. (244.) 

[Another copy.] I. 530. (80.) 

A Lass there lives upon the green. 

Song in Oroonoko, Sung bv ]Mrs. Lampe. 
[London, 1130?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 316. c. (25.) 

The Parent Bird. A Song, etc. [London, 
1747.] 8". P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. I., p. 184. 

Paternal Love. [Song.] See Parent. 
The Parent Bird whose little Nest, etc. 
[Music bv J. F. Lampe.] [1745?] s.sh.iol. 

H. 1994. b. (64.) 

[Another edition.] See Parent. The 
Parent Bird whose little Nest, etc. [IMusic 
by J. F. Lampe.] ^1745 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 305. (240.) 

The Perfections of true Love. [Song.] 
Sec There. There liv'd long ago in a 
Country place, etc. [Music by J. F. 
Lampe.] [1730 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 312. (86.) 

A Preservative against Love. [Song.] 
See How. How frail alas ! we mortals 
are, etc. [By J. F. Lampe.] 
[1740.] s. sh. fol. G. 308. (97.) 

Pyramus and Thisbe : a ]\Iock-Opera. 
The Words taken from Shakspeare['s 
'Midsummer Night's Dream,' as altered 
in 1716 by R. Leveridge. Full Score,] etc. 
Printed for I. Walsli : London, 
[1745.] fol. ■ G. 221. (4.) 

[Another edition.] Pyramus and Thisbe : 

etc. Printed for I. Walsh: London, 

[1746?] fol. G. 193. (5.) 

Tills edition contains an additional song, 

beginning: '' Su'cet Moon I thank 

thee." 

Ruscelletto Infidele, or, The false 

Shepherd. [Song.] [London, 

1740 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 360. (59.) 

This is No. V. of 'British Melody,' 

witli alterations in Cole's engraving. 

[The Sham Conjurer.] The Grand 
Concerto, Favourite Songs, Dueto's, 
Trio & Chorus in the New Masque call'd 
the Sham Conjurer, etc. [Full Score.] 

Printed for I. Simpson: London, 
[1741.] fol. G. 221. (6.) 

The Shepherd's Invitation. [Song.] Sung 
by Mr. Sullivan . . . The Words by Mr. Ayre. 
\ London, 1130 r^ s.sh.iol. I. 530. (81.) 



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LAMPE— LAMPLTGNANI 



Ij A M P E (JoHANN Friedrich) The 
Shepherd's Invitation. [Song.] Sung by 
Mr. Sullivan. . .The Words by Mr. Ayre. 
[London, 1744.] 8". 157. 1. 6. 

London Magazine, 1744, p. 510. 

The Shepherd's Invitation. [Song.]... 

The Words by ]\Ir. Ayre. [London, 

1745.] 8". 249. c. 15. 

Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. XV., p. 

217. 

[Another edition.] The Shepherd's Invita- 
tion, etc. [London, 1750?] s. sh. 4". 

H. 1994. c. (53.) 
Plate LXXIX of the Agreeable Amuse- 
ment. 

The Spring Wish. [Song.] [London, 

1730 ?] s. sh. fol. I. 530. (83.) 

[Another edition.] The Spring Wish, etc. 
[London ? 1740 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. d. (87.) 

Tho' rude Rebellion rears its Head. Tlie 
occasional Song as it is now perform' d at j 
the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden, etc. 
[London, 1745.] fol. G. 312. (15.) 

To Sylvia. [Song.] Sung by Mr. Sullivan 
at the Theatre in Drury Lane . . .the 
Words by Mr. Garrick. [London, 

1745 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 309. (25.) 

The True Briton. A Two Part Song, etc. 
[London, 1740 ?] s. sh. fol. I. 530. (84.) 

[Another edition.] The True Britton. A 
two part Song. See Come. Come Drawers 
more Wine, etc. [By J. F. Lampe.] 
[1740 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 307. (73.) 

Upon the Taking of Chagre Castle by 
A dm' Vernon. [Song.] See Ye. Ye 
Brittons draw near, etc. [Music by J. F. 
Lampe.] [1740.] s. sh. fol. G. 314. (56.) 

Whilst endless Tears and Sighs declare. 
See supra : [The Fatal Falsehood.] 

The Wish. [Song.] Sungby Mr. Sullivan, 
etc. [London, 1740 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 307. (20.) 

[Another copy.] I. 530. (85.) 

Wit Musically Embellish'd. Being a 
Collection of Forty New English Ballads ; 
the Words by divers Eminent Hands, set 
to IMusick with a Thorough Bass for the 
Harpsichord . . . The Tunes all Transpos'd 
for the Flute. Engraved d Printed for 
the Author : London, [1731.] fol. 

H. 1625. a. 
Engraved by T. Cobb, witJi an engraved 
title-page. 

[Another copy.] Wit Musically Em- 
bellish'd : Being a Collection of Eight 
[or rather Forty] New English Ballads, etc. 
Vol. I. Engrav d and Printed by T. Cobb : 
London, [1731.] fol. H. 1625. 

This work appeared in parts of eight 



Ballads each. It was advertised in 

the Grub Street Journal for 5 Aug., 

1731. This copy is complete, but lias 

no preface nor list of subscribers, and 

the title-page is the printed one issiied 

with the first part . 

Wit Preferable to Beauty. [Song.] 

Sec Though. Tho' here at Bath you 

make a Rout, etc. [Music by J. F. Lampe.] 

[1730 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 312. (87.) 

See Arne (T. A.) Six Medley or Comic 
Overtures in Seven Parts ... by Dr. Arne, 
Lampe, etc. [1760 ?] fol. g. 100. e. 

See Fly. Fly Care to the Winds, etc. 
[Duet, music loy J. F. Lampe.] 
■ [1740?] s. s;;.fol. G. 307. (238.) 

See Hymns. [English.] Hymns on the 
Great Festivals, etc. []\Iusic by J. F. 
Lampe.] 1746. 4°. P. 5. b. 

See Hymns. [English.] Hymns on the 
Great Festivals . . . The Second Edition. 
[Music by J. F. Lampe.] 1753. 4". 

E. 1498. j. 
See Summer's Tale. The Summer's Tale. 
A Musical Comedy . . . The Music by Abel 
. . . Lampe, etc. [1765.] obi. fol. 

D. 273. (1.) 
See Thesaurus Musicus. Thesaurus 
Musicus. A Collection of . . . Part Songs . . . 
by... Lampe, f/c. [1743?] fol. H. 73. 

LAMPLIGHTER. The Lamplighter. 
[Song.] See Dibdin (C.) [The Oddities.] 
The Lamp-Lighter. Cantata. 
Sec MozE (J. H.) 

LAMPUGNANI (Giovanni Battista) 
[Alceste.] The Favourite Songs in the 
Opera call'd Alceste, etc. Printed for 

I. Walsh : London, [1744.] fol. 

G. 206. a. (4.) 
Alessandro nell' Indie. [A Pasticcio, 
chiefly by G. B. Lampugnani and G. 
Cocchi.] See Delizie. Le Delizie dell' 
Opere, etc. Vols. 4, 11, 12. [1776.] fol. 

G. 159. 
[Alfonso.] The Favourite Songs in the 
Opera call'd Alfonso, etc. Printed for I. 
Walsh : London, [1744.] fol. 

G. 190. (6.) 
[Songs in L' Ingratitudine Punita. A 
Pasticcio, by Hasse, Lampugnani, etc.] 
See Delizie. Le Delizie dell' Opere, 
etc. Vol. 5. [1776.] fol. G, 159. 

[Songs in Semiramide. A Pasticcio, by 
Hasse and Lampugnani.] See Delizie. 
Le Delizie dell' Opere, etc. Vol. 5. 
[1776.] fol. G. 159. 

[Siroe.] The Favourite Songs in the 
Opera call'd Siroe, etc. (The Two favourite 
Songs in. . .Siroe, sung by Sign'^' Mingotti.) 
[Short Score.] 2 Nos. Printed for 

I. Walsh : London, [1755.] fol. 

G. 201. (3.) 



LAMPUGNANI— LANFRANCO 



11 



LAMPUGNANI (Giovanni Battista) 
rSiroe. Another copy.] 

H. 348. e. (1, 10.) 

Six Sonatas for Two Violins, with a 
Through Bass for the Harpsicord or 
Violoncello ... Opera Prima. [Separate 
Parts.] Printed for I. Walsh: London, 
[1745?] fol. g. 420. c. (8.) 

Six Sonatas for two Violins and a Thorough 
Bass. [Separate Parts.] Printed for 

C. d- S. ThomiKon : London, [1765 ?] fol. 

g. 409. (7.) 
Nos. 1 to ■i of this set arc Nos. 6, 3, 2 and 
1 of Op. I. 
See Ezio. The Favourite Songs in... 
Ezio. With some Songs [by J. A. Hasse 
and G. B. Lampugnani] in Ipermestra, etc. 
[1755.] fol. G. 173. 

Sec Hasse (J. A.) Farinelli's Celebrated 
Songs, dx. (Galuppi, Hasse, Vinci, 
Lampugnani ... & Pescetti's Chamber 
Aires. . .Collected out of all their late 
Operas.) [173G-175G?] fol. g. 444. 

See Summer's Tale. The Summer's Tale. 
A Musical Comedy... The Music by Abel 
... Lampugnani e^c. [1765.] 06/. fol. 

D. 273. (1.) 

LAMPUGNANI (Giovakni Battista) 
and SAN MARTINI (Giovanni Bat- 
tista) Six Sonatas for Two Violins with 
a Through Bass for the Harpsicord or 
Violoncello. Composed by Sig' G. B. 
Lampugnani and St. Martini of IMilan. 
Opera Prima. Printed for J. Walsh : 

London, [1750 ?] fol. " g. 480. (1.) 

This work is the same as the Si.v Sonatas 
published under LampugnmiVs name 
alone as Op. 1. 

Six Sonatas for Two Violins, with a 
Through Bass for the Harpsicord or 
Violoncello. Compos'd by Sig' G. B. 
Lampugnani and S' JMartini of ]\Iilan. 
Opera Seconda. [Separate Parts.] 

Printed for I. WalsJi .- London, 
[1750?] fol. g. 480. (2.) 

LANCETTE. La Lancete. [Song.] 
See Je. Je suis excellent chirurgien, etc. 
[1780?] 8°. B. 362. j. (17.) 

LANCETTI (Salvador) Sec Lanzetti. 

LAND. The Land of Gold. Song. 

Sec Sanderson (J.) [Harlequin Mariner.] 

The Laud we live in. [Song.] 

Sec Reeve (W.) [Harlequin and Oheron.'] 

LANDEN ( ) The Hazel-ey'd Maid, etc. 
[Song.] [London, 1753.] 8°. 249. c. 23. 
The Gentleman' s Magazine, Vol. XXIII. , 
p. 191. 

LANDI (Stefano) Arie a Una Voce, etc. 
Appresso Bartholomeo Magni. Stampa 
del Gardano : Venetia, 1620. fol. 

K. 8. g. 14. 



LANDI (Stefano) La INIorte d' Orfeo. 
Tragicomedia Pastorale con le Musiche. . . 
Opera Seconda. Appresso Bartolomeo 

Magni. Stampa del Gardano : Venetia, 
1619. fol. K. 8. g. 10. 

II S. Alessio. Dramma Musicale, etc. [Full 
Score.] Apresso Paolo Masotti : Boma, 
1634. fol. K. 8. g. 8. 

LANDLORD. The Landlord he looks 
very big. A good Ale thou art my Darling. 
[Song.] L[ongman. and] B[rodeiip : 

London, 1785 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 312. (118.) 

LANDONO (Francesco) Sec Spoglia 
Amoeosa. Spoglia Amorosa. Madrigali, 
etc. [With a Dedication bv F. Landono.] 
1584. 4\ " D. 202. 

LANDRIN ( ) Maitre de Danse. Pot- 
pourri Francois des Contre-Danse 
Ancienne, tel, qu'il se danse chez la Reine. 
Arrange, et mis au Jour, par M' Landrin, 
etc. (Potpourri Nouveau avec I'Explication 
des Figures, vu et corrige, telle que je les 
enseigne au public.) 24 Nos. 
Chez Landrin : Paris, [1785? etc.] 8". 

e. 57. (1.) 
Engraved throughout. There is a MS. 
index of the contredanses. 

1" Receuil d'Airs Figur^e [sic] tel qu'il se 
joue aux Woxhall de la foire S' Germain, 
etc. (2""' Receuil de jMenuet mel^e de 
Petit Airs, avec les Preludes dans les tons 
les plus usites, etc.) (3'"° Receuil de 
Menuet inel(^e de Petit Airs, etc.) (4'"° 
Receuil de Menuet de M' Lahante . . . Mis 
au Jour par il' Landrin, etc.) (5"""= Receuil 
d'Anglaise arrang^es avec leurs Traits, etc.) 
5 Nos. Chez Landrin : Paris, 

[1785 ? etc.] 8". e. 57. (3.) 

Engraved throughout. The folloiving 
coniposers' names occur in this collec- 
tion : Denis, Lahante, La Loycan, 
Dficherc [Fisher?], Dauvergne, Cana- 
va.^e and Fauveau. 

LANDSCAPE. The Landscape. [Song.] 
See How. How pleas'd ^^^thin my native 
bowers, etc. [1761.] 8". P.P. 5441. 

[Another setting.] The Landscape. 
[Song, begins : ' How pleas'd within my 
native bow'rs.'] See Yates (W.) 

LANEARE (Nicholas) See Lanier. 

LANFRANCO (Giovan Maria) da 
Tercntio. Scintille di Musica . . . che 
mostrano a leggere il Canto Fermo & 
Figurato, Gli accideti delle Note Misurate, 
Le Proportioni, I Tuoni, II Contrapunto, 
Et la diuisione del Monochordo, Co la 
accordatura de uarii instrumenti, etc. 

Per Lodouico Britannico : Brescia, 
1533. obi. 4°. K. 1. g. 12. 



12 



LANG— LANCtLE 



LANG (J. C.) Three Sonatas, for the 
Piano Forte or Harpsichord, with Accom- 
pagniment for a Violin. . .Opera 3. 
Tlic Author : London, [1795?] obi. fol. 

e. 100. (2.) 

LANG (JoHANN Georg) Concerto Pastorale 
per il Cembalo, due Violini, Viola e Basso, 
Due Flauti, due Corni ad libitum. . .Opera 
V. [Separate Parts.] Prcsso G. Andn' : 
Offenbach, [1780 ?] fol. g. 79. a. (2.) 

Concerto per il Cembalo, Due Violini, 
Due Flauti traversi obligati, Due Corni 
ad libitum, Viola e Basso, etc. Longman 
and Broderij) : London, [1785 ?] fol. 

h. 82. a. 
The Cembalo part only. 

Two Excellent Solos for the Violin, con 
Violoncello obligato. Longman, Liikcy 

and Co. : London, [1775 ?] fol. 

g. 422. h. (3.) 
[Another copy.] g. 420. b. (3.) 

Sei Senate per il Cembalo Violino e Violon- 
cello. . .Opera vi. [Separate Parts.] 
Presso G. Andrd : Offenbach, [1780?] fol. 

h. 82. 

LANGDON (Richard) A Collection of 
Songs, i{-c. [Op. 2.] 

Printed for J. Jolinson : London, 
[1755?] fol. G. 805. a. (8.) 

[Another edition.] A Second Collection 
of Songs, etc. [Op. 2.] 

Printed for J. Johnson: London, 
[1755?] fol. G. 424. d. (5.) 

This is the same as ' A Collection of 
Songs,' with an altered title-page. 

Cupid and Chloe. A Cantata. 
[J. Johnson : London, 1755?] fol. 

G. 808. e. (18.) 

Printed from the plates of pp. 34-43 of 

Langdoii's ' Ten Songs and a Cantata.' 

Divine Harmony ; being a Collection in 
Score of Psalms and Anthems, with several 
other Pieces of Sacred Music composed 
by the most eminent Masters . . . Selected 
and . . . revised by R. Langdon, etc. [Op. 
5.] Longman, Lukey d Compy., for the 
Editor : London, 1774, fol. 

H. 879. a. (1.) 
The composers named arc : Morley, 
Ravenscroft, Milton, W. Harrison, 
Wainwright, J. Tomkins, Croft, 
W. Cranfield, Handel, J. Bennet, 
E. Blanks, J. Farmer, R. Palmer, 
R. Allison, M. Pierson, M. Cavendish, 
Coiirteville, Lowland, R. Langdon, 
Farnaby, Tallis, Kerby, Hooper, 
T. Tomkins, Carissimi, M. Wise, 
W. Blake, C. King, Aldricli ancl 
T, Langdon. 

Twelve Glees for three and four Voices 
... Op. VI. J. Bland : 

London, [Vim'i] fol. G. 424. d. (4.) 



I LANGDON (Richard) I told my nymph. 
An admired Song of Mr. Shenstone's . . . 
sung at Ranelagh by Mr. Hudson. 
R. Falkener: London, [1775?] s. sli. fol. 

H. 1994. a. (38.) 

Six Sonatas for the Harpsichord . . . Opera 
Terza. Printed for Cha" and Sam' 

Thompson : London, [17C5.] obi. fol. 

e. 5. f. (6.) 

Ten Songs and a Cantata, etc. [Op. 1.] 

J. Johnson, for the Author : London, 
[1754?] fol. G. 805. e. (2.) 

Twelve Songs and Two Cantatas . . . 
Opera iv. Messrs. Tliompson, for the 

Author : London, \VilQ'>] fol. 1.376. 

Sweet are the banks when Spring per- 
fumes. A Glee, etc. L[ongman], L[ukey'\ 
(& B[roderip : London, 1775 ?] s. sJt. fol. 

G. 311. (138.) 

See Arne (T. A.) [Lyric Harmony . Oj). 4.] 
The Fond Appeal. Quartetto . . . Har- 
monized by R. Langdon. [1800?] fol. 

G. 353. (22.) 

See Arne (T. A.) [The Merchant of Venice. 
To keep my gentle Jessy.] Quartetto . . . 
harmonized by R. Langdon, etc. 
[1800?] fol. G. 353'. (21.) 

See Arne (T. A.) [Vocal Melody. VII. 
The Agreeable Musical Choice. To Delia.'] 
Trio . . . Harmonized by R. Langdon, etc. 
[1800?] fol. G. 352. (28.) 

See also : L., R. 

LANGI. Langi rivolgo. Venetian Ballad 
[for two voices], etc. 

[London, 1776.] s. sh. 4". P.P. 5141. 
Lady's Magazine, Feb., 177G. 

LANGLE (HoNORio Francois Marie) 
Corisandre, ou les Foux par Enchante- 
ment. Op6ra Ballet. Paroles de * * * [de 
Linieres and A. F. Lebailly. Full Score]. 
CMs Le Due : Paris, [1791.] fol. 

G. 143. 

Trait6 d'Harmonie et de Modulation. 
Chez Boyer : Paris, [1798.] fol. 

G. 835. a. 

Traits de la Basse sous le Chant, precede 
de toutes les Regies de la'Composition, dc. 
Chez Nadcrman : Paris, [1798.] fol. 

H. 2186. 

Triomphe ! de nos droits c616brons la 
conquete. Hymne cl la Libert(', par T, 
Desorgues. 

Du Magazin de Musique a Vusagc dcs 
fetes Nationals : Paris, [1795.] 8°. 

E. 1717. b. (17.) 

See Agus (H.) Solfe'ges pour servir a 
I'etude dans le Conservatoire de Musique 
a Paris par . . . Agus . . . Langle, etc. 
[1795?] fol. H. 2851. 



LANGO— LANZA 



13 



Quinta 

Pataviae, 
C. 261. 



LANGO LEE. Lango Lee. Song. 
See There. There lives a sweet lovely 
dear Girl, etc. [1775?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. j. (12.) 
Lango Lee. Soug. Sec You. You Lads 
of Hybernia that's fond of true pleasure. 
[1775?] s.sh.iol. G. 314. (108.) 

New words to Lango Lee. [Song.] 
Sec I. I'm an Irish young Fellow. 
[1777 ?] s. s/(.. fol. H. 1601. a. (83.) 

LANGREDER (Martin) Canticum 
Gloriosse Deiparse Virginis ]\Iarise, Sex 
Vocibus, super varia — ut vocant — Madri- 
galia, non ita pridem artificiosissime 
modulatum, a R. F. Martino Langreder 
. . . lam vero post immaturum illius 
obitum typis evulgatum, opera & studio 
R. D. Michaelis Hererii, etc. 
(Sexta) Vox. 2 pts. 

Matthssus Ncnningcr : 
1602. 4". 

Honora Medicum [Motet for 5 voices.] . . . 
Nobili . . . Viro loanni Hiltprando . . . 
dedicatum. [5 Parts.] Matthxus 

Nenninger: Patavix, 1602. 4°. B. 293. 

LANGUAGE. The Language of the 
Eyes. ;Song.] See Words. Words but 
faintlv can impart, etc. 
[1770'?] s. sh. fol. G. 313. (245.) 

LANGUEUR. Une langueur extreme 
occupe tons mes sens. Air par Algcbrc. 
[For three voices. ^ 

IParis, 1679.] s. sh. obi. i\ P.P. 4482. 
Nouveau Mcrcurc Galant, Feb., 1679, 
p. 196. 
LANGUISHING. The Languishing 
Lady. [Ballad.] Sec Welcome. Wel- 
come Death, etc. [1695?] s. sh. fol. 

Case 39. k. 6. (52.) 
The Languishing Shepherd. [Ballad.] 
See When. When my kids and my 
lambs, etc. [1695?] s. sh. fol. 

Case 39. k. 6. (5.) 

The Languishing Swain. Song. 

See Happy. Happy's the ]\Ian that's free 

from love, etc. ri090?] s. sli. fol. 

Case 39. k. 6. (62.) 

LANIER (Nicholas) See Playfobd (J.) 
Select Ayres and Dialogues . . . Composed 
by ... N. Laneare . . . and other Masters 
of Musick. 1659. fol. G. 82. (1.) 

See Playford (.J.) Select IMusicall Ayres 
and Dialogues ... by ... Mr. Nicholas 
Lanneare, etc. 1653. fol. F. 51. a. 

LANJON (Pierre) See L* * * *, M. 

LANLA. Les Lanla. [Song.] 
Sec Fournier ( ). 

LANNEARE (Nicholas) Sec Lanier. 

LANSEL ( ) See Blin de la Godre 
(M. S.) Si I'Amour est peint volage . . . 
Accompagnement de M. Lansel, etc. 
[1785?] 8\ B. 362. g. (1.) 



LANTERNE VERIDIGUE. Onblasme 
a tort notre fai^'on. Vaudeville, etc. 
[Paris,] 1732. s. sh. i". 298. a. 25. 

Mercnre dc France, Sept., 1732. 

LANVAL ET VIVIANE. Souvent 
plus d'une enchanteresse. Vaudeville de 
Lanval et Viviane [words by A. de Mur- 
viUe, music by S. Champein]. Avec 
Accompagnement de Guittare par ]M. 
Chaudet, f/c. Chez Imbault : Paris, 

[1788.] 8". B. 362. c. (66*.) 

Souvent une erreur passagere. Romance 
de Lanval et Vivians [words by A. de 
Murville, music by S. Champein]. Avec 
Accompagnement de Guittare par ]\I. 
Chaudet, etc. Chez Imbault : Paris, 

[1788.] 8". B. 362. c. (66.) 

LANZA (Francesco Giuseppe) Twelve 
Italian Ariettes, for a Single Voice, with 
an Accompaniment for the Harp or Piano 
Forte... Op. 1. 

B. BircJtall, for the Author : London, 
[1794.] obi. fol. E. 532. b. (1.) 

Twelve Italian Ariettes, for a Single Voice 
with an Accompaniment for the Harp or 
Piano Forte. . .Op. iv. 

B. Birchall, for the Author : London, 
[1794.] obi. fol. E. 270. (17.) 

Ten Italian Ariettes, for a Single Voice, 
and a Favorite Duet. With an Accom- 
paniment for the Harp or Piano Forte . . . 
Op. X. B. Birchall, for the Author: 

London, [1800?] obi. iol E. 532. 

Six Canzonettas, two Duetts & one Trio, 
for the Voice, with an Accompaniment for 
the Harp or Piano Forte. . .Op. 6. 

B. Birchall, for the Author : Londun, 
[1794.] obi. fol. E. 532. b. (2.) 

Six Canzonettas, two Duetts & one Trio 
for the Voice with an Accompaniment 
for the Harp or Piano Forte. . .Op. 7. 

B. Birchall, for the Author : London, 
[1796.] obi. fol. E. 532. b. (3.) 

Six Canzonettas, two Duetts & one Trio, 
for the Voice with an Accompaniment for 
the Harp or Piano Forte . . . Op. 8. 

B. Birchall, for the Author : London, 
[1796.] obi. fol. E. 532. b. (4.) 

Six Italian Duetts for Two Voices with 
an Accompaniment for the Piano Forte . . . 
Op. 5. B. Birchall, for the Author : 

London, [1794.] obi. fol. E. 270. (18.) 

Eight Italian Duets and a Favorite Trio, 
with an Accompaniment for the Harp or 
Piano Forte. . .Op. xi. 

B. Birchall, for the Author: London, 
[1800?] obi. iol. E. 532. a. 

The Celebrated Stabat I\Iater, for two 
Soprano Voices. Op. 12. [Full Score, 
with P. F. accompaniment.] 

B. Birchall, for the Author : London, 
[1800?] fol. G. 908. 



14 



LANZA— LARK 



LANZA (Gesualdo) Blow gentle Winds. 
A Canzonet. . .The Words by Kannie. 

Friiitt'd for G. Walker: London, 
[1800?] fol. G. 808. b. (27.) 

The Cinder King. A favorite Glee for 
Two Sopranos & a Bass. 

R. Birchall, for the AutJior : London, 
[1800 ?] obi. fol. D. 402. (20.) 

Lovely Susan. A Canzonet, etc. 

Printed for G. Walker: London, 
[1800?] fol. G. 808. b. (28.) 

LANZETTI (Salvatoee) Six Solos after 
an Easy & Elegant Taste for the Violon- 
cello with a Thorough Bass, for the Harpsi- 
chord. Printed for C. Heron : [London, 
1760?] fol. g. 514, b. (3.) 

Six Solos for two Violoncellos or a German 
Flute and a Bass . . . Opera Seconda. 

Printed for I. WalsJt : London, 
[1740.] fol. g. 270. 1. (6.) 

[Another copy.] g. 500. (2.) 

[Another edition.] VI. Solos for two 
Violoncello's with a Thorough Bass for 
the Harpsichord. [Op. 2. Nos. 6, 3, 1, 2, 
4 and 5.] Printed for J. Johnson : 

LondoH, [1745?] fol. g. 510. (3.) 

LAPIS (Santo) Miss Mayer. A new 
Cxuittar Book in 4 Parts, viz. Italian, 
French, English Airs, and Duets for the 
Voice accompanied with the Guittar and 
a Thorough Bass for the Harpsicord . . . 
Opera xvi. Mr. Liessem, for the Author : 
London, 1759. fol. G. 809. c. (16.) 

Engraved by W. Smitli. 
X. Solos for the Violoncello with a 
Thorough Bass. . .Opera xv. [Londo)i, 
1760?] fol. g. 801. 

The title-page is mounted. 
La Stravaganza per il Cembalo. Of voor- 
stelling van verandering van sleutels voor 
het Clavier, etc. [Amsterdam, 

1765 ?] obi. fol. e. 5. i. (5.) 

LAPLAND. The Lapland Swain, who 
half the year. Tlie Lapland Swain. 
[Song.] Composed by a young Lady seven 
years old. . .The Words by a Lady. 

Broderip and Wilkinson: London, 
[1799?] fol. G. 356. (35.) 

LAPLANDER. The Laplander's Song. 
See Relfe (J.) 

LAPORTE ( ) See Ahlequin-Sentik- 
ELLE. Arlequin - Sentinelle, Comedie- 
Parade, etc. [With the Music of a Vaude- 
ville by — Laporte.] [1798.] 8". 

11738. e. 1. (2.) 

LAPPI (PiETRo) Hymni per tutto I'Anno 
a Quattro Voci con il Basso per 1' Organo 
. . . Nouamente stampati, etc. Alto. 
(Tenore.) (Basso Continuo.) 3 pts. 
Appresso Bartolomco Magni. Stampu del 
Gardano : Venetia, 1628. 4\ C. 265. b. 



LAPPI (PiETRo) Petri Lappi . . . ]\Iissarum 

Octonis [Vocibus] Liber Pr[imus] etc. 

Ten[or Secundi Chori]. [Angelo Gardano ? 

Venice, 1601 ?] 4°. C. 265. a. 

The title-page and page 1 are mutilated. 

Sacrge IMelodiaj Una, Duabus, Tribus, 
Quatuor, Quinque et Sex Vocibus. Una 
cum Symphoniis & Basso ad Organum. 
Tenor. (Bassus.) (Bassus ad Organum.) 
3 pts. Ex Officina Petri PhalesiJ : 

Antucrpiai, 1622. 4". C. 265. 

Basso Principale per 1' Organo della Terza, 
et Litanie si della B. Vergine come de 
Santi, Et Hinno Te Deum, a otto voci, etc. 
Appresso Alessandro Eaverii : Venetia, 
1607. fol, G. 20, 

LAKD, Lard how men can Claret drink. 
A Dialogue between a Good Fellow and a 
Beau, to the Tune of the old Cibell 
[attributed to J. B. Lulli]. The words by 
Mr. Estcourt. [London, 1707 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 305. (208.) 

[Another copy.] G. 310, (3,) 

[Another edition.] Lard how men can 
Claret drink, etc. [London, 

1720 ?] s. sh. fol. H, 1601. (268,) 

LARDEAU ( ) Lorsquc de Jupiter les 
foudroyantes armes, Et'cit de Basse, etc. 
[Paris,] 1730. s. sh. i". 298. a. 14. 

Mcrcure de France, Dec, 1730. 

LARDENOIS (Antoine) Paraphrase des 
Pseaumes de Dauid, en vers fran(;ois. Par 
A. Godeau . . . Nouuellement mis en 
musique. . .par A. Lardenois. hnprime 
aux despens de I'Autheur. 1655. 12". 

843. f. 5, 

Les Pseaumes de Dauid, mis en rime 
Francj'oise, par C. Marot, et T. de Beze. 
Reduits nouuellement a vne brieue & 
facile methode pour apprendre le chant 
ordinaire de I'Eglise, par A. Lardenois. 
A. Cellier : Charenton, 1659. 12^ 

C, 46. a. 6. (2.) 

LA RICHERIE ( ke) Sommeil, viens 
sur mes sens. Duo, etc. [Paris,] 

1746. s. sh. 4°. 297. c. 8. 

Mercure de France, Se2)t., 1746. 

LARK. The Lark's shril Notes. [Song.] 
Sung by Mrs. Vincent at Vaux-hall. 
[London, 1765 ?] fol. H. 1994. a. (2.) 

[Another edition.] The Lark's shrill 
Notes. [Song.] Sung by Mrs. Vincent, 
etc. [London, mo?] fol. G. 297. (9.) 

The Lark was up, the J\Iorn was grey. 
TJie Camp medley. [Song.] Longman 
and Broderip : London, [1780 2] fol. 

G. 312. (211.) 



LARKEN— LASHED 



15 



LARKEN ( ) As Cloe came into the 
room t'other day. A Song from Prior, 
etc. [London, 1748.] 8^ 249. c. 18. 
Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. XVIII., 
21. 181. 
The Incredulous Maid. [Song.] [London, 
1730?] s.sh.iol. G. 305. (119.) 

Mutual Love, c^c. [Song.] [London, 

1748.] 8". P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. II., p. 38. 

Stella and Flavia united. [Song.] 
[London, 1750 ? I s. sli. fol. 

G. 316. f. (10.) 

To a young Lady richly drest. [Song.] 
. . .Witliin Compass of the German Flute. 
[London, 11 iOT] s.sh.iol. 
^ G. 316. a. (33.) 

LA ROSE-FONBRUNNE (G. de) 

Sappho au Promontoire de Lucate. — 
Sappho's Complaint on the Kock of 
Lucate. Romance. Sec Pleyel, Coep.i 
& DussEK. Pleyel, Corri and Dussek's 
MusicalJournal, f^c. [Vocal Part.] No. 1. 
1797. fol. G. 356. (12.) 

LAROUSSELLE ( de) Ah! que j'ai 

de regret. CJkdisou, pour une Basse 

taille, etc. lUcognilliec : [Paris,] 

1770. s. sh. 8". 297. e. 30. 

Mercure de France, Feb., 1770. 

L'ARPA (Ctiovanni Leonardo Di) Cauzon , 
Napolitaue a Tre Voci, Libro Second© Di 
L'arpa. Cesaro Todiuo, loan Dominico 
da Nola. Et di altri Musici, etc. Basso. 

Apprcsso Girolanio Scotto : Yinvgia, . 
1.5G6. 8". A. 247. 1 

The composers )ianiecl in this collection 
are: Lando, Di Nolla, Ferrcllo, Todino, 
Don Fiolo, Zelanno, lioiccerundct, Le 
lioij, De Nola, loan Dominico Fior and 
Mattec. The dedication is signed 
' Nicola Eoicccraiidet Borgognonc' 

See Pkimavera (G. L.) II Primo Libro 
de Canzone. . .Con Alcune Napolitane di I. 
L. di L'arpa, etc. 156G. 8". A. 194. 

LARRY GROGAN. Larry Grogau, or 
the London Rake's Delight. [Song.] 
See Come. Come Boys let's be jollv, etc. 
[1750?] s.sh.iol. 1.530.(31.) 

LA RUE (PiERBE de) Misse Petri de la 
Rue. Beate virginis. Puer natus. Sexti. 
Ut fa. Lomme arme. Nuqua fue pena 
niaior. S[uperius:,. (A.) (T.) (B.) 4 pts. 
Per Octauianum Petrutiu ,-> ; Venctijs, 
1503. obi. i". K. 1. d. 1. 

See Fevin (A. de) Misse . . . Quart! toni. 
Pier zon [i.e. P. delaRue]. 1515. obi. -i". 

K. 1. d. 12. 
See Masses. Missarum diuerso"^ auctoruS 
Liber primus . . . De sancto Antonio Piero 
de la rue. 1508. obi. 4". K. 1. d. 8. 



LARUETTE (.JEA^- Louis) Le Boulevard. 
Opera-Comique Ballet, etc. [Words by 
Anseaume, music by Laruette.] 1753. 8". 
See Boulevard. 11738. b. 15. (6.) 

Cendrillon, Opera-Comiquc de M' An- 
seaume ; . . . avec la jNIusique [by J. L. 
Laruettej. 1759. 8°. See -Cendrillon. 
11738. b. 13. (4.) 
De quel bruit efirayant retentisseut ces 
airs. Eecit de Basse Taille Nouveau. 
[Paris,] 1755. s. sh. 8°. 298. c. 26. 

Mercure de France, Nov., 1755. 
La Fausse Aventuriere.Opera-Comiquecn 
deux Actes . . . Avec la ]\Iusique [by J. 
L. Laruette]. 1757. 8°. See Fausse 
AVENTURIERE. 11738. b. 13. (1.) 

Le Guy de Chesne, ou La Feste des 
Druides. Comedie en un acte. . .meslee 
d'Ariettes, avec un Divertissement ; par 
M. de Junquieres le fils, etc. Chez 

Duchesne : Paris, 1763. 8^ 86. b. 15. 
Part of the 'Supplement aux Parodies du 
ThMtre Italicn,' etc. torn. 2. 

Le Guy de Chesne. Comedie en un Acte, 
etc. rWords by J. de Junquieres. Full 
Score^and Parts.] Chez M'- De la 

Chevardiere : Paris, [1763.] fol. H. 452. 
Engraved by P. L. Charpcnticr. 

L'Heureux D^guisement, ou la Gouver- 
nante Supposee. Opera-Comique en deux 
actes, melee d'Ariettes, [written] Par M. 
de MarcouviUe, etc. (Recueil des Ariettes 
de I'Heureux Deguisement, etc.) 2 pts. 
1758. See Theatre. Nouveau Theatre 
de la Foire, etc. Tom. 4. 17G3. 8". 

11735. d. 2. 



Opera-Comiquc 
M. Anseaume. . . 



Le Medecin de 1' Amour. 

en un Acte, [words] par 

avec les petits Airs, etc. 

Chez N. B. Duchesne : Paris, 1758. 8". 

11738. b. 13. (3.) 
L'Yvrogne Corrige, Opera-Comique en 
deux Actes ; [Words] par Mrs. Anseaume 
****;.. .avec les petits Airs. 
Chez Duchesne : Paris, 1759. 8". 

11738. b. 13. (5.) 

See Docteur Sangrauo. Le Docteur 
Sangrado. Opera-Comique . . . avec la 
Musique [by E. R. Duni and J. L, 
Laruette]. 1758. 8". 

11738. b. 13. (2.) 

LAS ALL E D'OFFEMONT ( de) 

Marquis. Bertholdc a, la Ville. [For 
editions of this opera published anony- 
mously:] See Bertholde a la Ville. 

LA SERRE ( de) Le Temps Pugitif. 
Air. 'Paris,] 1732. s. sh. 4°. 

298. a. 26. 
Mercure de France, Nov., 1732. 

LASHED. Lash'd to the Helm. Song. 
See Hook (J.) 



16 



LAS INFANTAS— LASSO 



LAS INFANTAS (Fernando de) 
Sacrarum Varii Styli Cantioiium Tituli 
Spiritus Saucti Liber ii. cum Quiuque 
Vocibus. (Tenor.) (Quintus.) 2 pts. 
Aptid lueredcm Hieronymi Scoti : Vcnctijs, 
1578. 4". C. 47. 

LASS. The Lass at the Brow of y« Hill. 
rSong.] Sec At. At the Brow of a Hill, 
etc. [1735?] s. s7i. fol. H. 1994. b. 6. 
The Lass of Broomhall Green. [Song.] 
Sec Fkoude ( ) 

The Lass of Humber Side. Ballad. 
See Blewitt (J.) 

The Lass of Kensworth Dale. Ballad. 
See Moulds (J.) 

The Lass of Pattie's ]\Iill. [Song, from 
A. Ramsay's ' Gentle Shepherd.'] 
Cross : {London, 1725 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (471.) 

[Another edition.] The Lass of Patie's 

Mill. [Song.] [London, 1730 ?] s.sh.lol. 

^ G. 312. (55.) 

[Another edition.] The Lass of Patie's 
Mill, cfc. [London, 1735?] s. s7/. fol. 

G. 316. f. (37.) 

[Another edition.] The Lass of Peatie's 
Mill. [Song.] For Two Voices. [London, 
1765?] s.sh.iol. H. 1994. a. (223.) 
The Lass of Peatie's INIill with Variations 
for the Harpsichord or Piano Forte also 
for the German Flute or Violin. Printed 
for Straight and Skillcrn : London, 
[1780?] fol. g. 271. a. (47.) 

The Lass of Peatie's ]\Iill, with Variations. 
Wantinrj the title-page. [1801.] 
See Periodical Publications. — London. 
The Piano Forte Magazine. Vol. XIII. 
[No. 6a.] [1797-1802.] 8". D. 854. 

The Lass of Richmond Hill. Ballad. 
Sec Hook (J.) 

The Lass of St. Osyth. [Song.] 
Sec Howard (S.) 
The Lass of the Brook. Song. 



See On. On a Brook's 

[1750 ?] s. sh. fol. 

The Lass of the Brook. 

See On. On a Brook's 

[1755.] 8". 

The Lass of the Brook. 

See On. On a Brook's 

[1755.] 8". 

The Lass of the Brook. 

See On. On a Brook's 

[1756.] s. sk. 8". 

The Lass of the Hatch. ^ 

See Let. Let Poets of learning. 

[1785?] fol. G. 310. (48.) 

The Lass of the Hill. See At. At the 

Brow of a Hill, etc. [1740 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. b. (7.) 



glassy brink, etc. 
G. 316. (106.) 
Song. 

grassy Brink, etc. 
157. 1. 17. 

Song. 

grassv Brink, etc. 
P.P. 5438. z. 

[Song.] 

grassy brink, etc. 
P.P. 5439. ab. 

[Song.] 



[Song, begins: 



LASS. [Another setting.] The Lass of 
the Hill. [Song, begins : " At the brow 
of a hill."] See Howard (S.) 
The Lass of the ]\Iill. [Song, begins: 
" Who has e'er been at Baldock."] 
See Festing (M. C.) 
The Lass of the Mill. 
" Dan Gay first in vogue."] 
See Howard (S.) 
A Lass that was loaden with care. A 
Scotch Song. \ London, 1740?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 306. (49.) 
[Another edition.] A Lass that was loaden 
with Care, etc. Printed for J. Simpson : 

[London, 1745?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. b. (48.) 
A Lass there lives upon the Green. Song. 

Sec CouRTiviLLE (R.) [Oroonoko.} 

A Lass there lives upon the green. [Song.] 

See Lampe (J. F.) [Oroonoko.'] 

The Lass with the delicate Air. [Song.] 

Sec Arne (M.) 

[Another setting.] The Lass with the 

delicate Air. [Song.] Sec Young. 

Young INIoUy who lives at the Foot of the 

Hill. [1760?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 316. f. (134.) 

The Lass with the Velvet. [Song.] 
See There. There was a Buxom Lass. 
[1710?] s. sh. fol. G. 305. (26.) 

LASSER (JoHANN Baptist) VoUstiindige 
Anleitung zur Siugkunst, sowohl fiir den 
Sopran, als auch fiir den Alt, etc. 
Beym Yerfasser : Miinchen, 1198. ohl. ^\ 

C. 365. 

LASSES. The Lasses with obliging care. 
TJtc WJiite Cockade. A favorite Air to 
which is added two fashionable Dances 
adapted for the Harpsichord, Violin, Ger: 
Flute and Guitar. T. Skillcrn : London, 
[1790?] fol. G. 808. c. (22.) 

LASSO. Lasso ch' io t' ho perduta. [Song.] 
See Vespasiano. 

LASSO (Ferdinando di) Magnificat. 
See Lasso (0. di) — 5. /. — Liber Primus. 
Cantioucs Sacrse Magnificat . . . His 
accesserunt quatuor ab . . . Ferdinando de 
Lasso compositee, etc. 1602. fol. 

K. 2. i. 14. 

See Lasso (0. di) — 6. — Tertium opus 
Musicum, continens Lcctiones Hiob et 
Motetas seu Gantiones Saras. . .AdditcC 
sunt. . .aliquot pise Ferdinand i Lassi can- 
tilemo, etc. 1588. obi. i". A. 331. b. 

LASSO (Ferdinando di) and (Rodolfo di) 
See Lasso (0. di) — 5. c. — Magnum Opus 
Musicum Orlandi de Lasso ... A Ferdi- 
nando. . .& Rudolpho. . .Authoris filijs. . . 
collectum, & impensis eorundem Typis 
mandatum, etc. 1604. fol. G. 121. 



LASSO 



17 



LASSO (Oblando di) 

Akrangement. 

1. Chansons, ilelanges and Tresor de 

IMusique, 

2. Madrigals and Villanelles. 

3. INIagnificats. 

4. Masses. 

a. Collections. 

b. Single Works. 

5. Motets, under various titles. 

a. Jeremia3 Lamentationes. 

b. Lectiones (Quiritationes) Sacrse. 

c. Magnum Opus Musicum. 

d. Moduli. 

e. Motets. 

f. Sacrse Cantioues. 
i. Books 1-8. 

ii. Other Editions. 

g. Selectissimse Cantiones. 

6. Opus Musicum. 

7. Patrocinium IMusices. 

8. Psalms. 

9. Teutsche Lieder. 

TJte titles under each sub-division are 
arranged in chronological (yrdcr. 

1. Chansons, Mklanges and Tbesor de 

MUSIQUE. 

Tiers Livre des Chansons a quatre cincq 
et six parties. . .de nouveau plus correcte- 
ment que cy dcuant imprimees & emendees, 
conuenables tant aux instrumens comme 
a la voix. Superius. Pierre Phalese : 

Lovain, 15G2. obi. 4". A. 337. a. 

Mellauge d'Orlande de Lassus, contenant 
plusieurs Chansons, tant en Vers Latins 
qu'en Ryme Francoyse. A Quatre, Cinq, 
Six, Huit, Dix Parties. Superius. (Contra.) 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quiuta et Sexta 
Pars.) 5 pts. Adrian le Hoy it Robert 

Ballard : Paris, 1570. obi. 4". 

A. 337. d. (1.) 

[Another copy. Bassus.] A. 336. b. (7.) 

Wanting the title-page, which has been 
supplied in manuscript . 

Liure de Chansons Nouuelles a Cine 
Parties, auec Deux Dialogues : a Huict, 
etc. Superius. (Contra.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 
(Quinta Pars.) 5 pts. Adrian le Roy d 
Robert Ballard : Paris, 1511. obi. A". 

A. 337. d. (2.) 
[Another copy. Bassus.] A. 336. b. (8.) 
7^' Imperfect, wanting the title-page. 

]\Iellange d'Orlande de Lassus. Contenant 
plusieurs chansons, a Quatre parties. 
Desquelles la lettre profane a este changee 
en spirituelle. Contratenor. P. Haultin : 
La Rochellc, 1575. obi. i". A. 337. e. 
Les oSIeslanges d'Orlande de Lassus. Con- 
tenantz plusieurs Chansons a iiii, v, vi, 
VIII, X, Parties : reueuz par luy, et 
augmentez. Superius. (Contra.) (Tenor.) 
(Bassus.) 4 pts. Adrian le Roy, it Robert 
Ballard : Paris, 157G. obi. 4". A. 337. f. 
VOL. II. 



LASSO (Orlando di) Chansons Nouuelles 
a Cine Parties, auec Deux Dialogues : a 
Huict, etc. Superius. (Contratenor.) 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) 4 pts. Adrian le Roy, 
(£■ Robert Ballard : Paris, 1576. obi. 4". 

A. 337. f. (2.) 
Thresor de ]\Iusique d'Orlande de Lassus, 
contenant ses Chansons a quatre, cinq & 
six parties. Superius. [Pierre de Saint- 
Andrd : Paris,] 1576. obi. 4". 

A. 337. h. 

Liure de Chansons a Cine Parties : auec 
Deux Dialogues : a Huit. Superius. 
Adrian le Roy, d Robert Ballard : Paris, 
1581. obi. 4". A. 337. i. 

Meslanges de la IMusique d'Orlande de 

Lassus. A 4. 5. 6. & 10 parties. Superius. 

Adrian le Roy cO Robert Ballard : Paris, 

1586. obi. 4°. A. 337. j. 

La Fleur dcs Chansons d'Orlande de 
Lassus . . . Contenant vn Eecueil de ses 
Chansons Francoises, & Italiennes, a 
Quatre, Cine, Six & Huit parties, accom- 
modees tant aux Instrumens comme a la 
Voix : Toutes niises en ordrc conucnable 
selon leurs Tons. Superius. (Contratenor.) 
(Quinta et sexta pars.) 3 pts. 
Chez Pierre Phalese, cC chcz Jean Bellere : 
Anuers, 1592. obi. 4". A. 337. b. 

Le Thresor do Musique d'Orlande de 
Lassus. . .Contenant ses chansons Fran- 
coises, Italiennes, & Latines, a quatre, 
cinq & six parties : Keueu & corrige . . . 
en ceste troisicme Edition. Contra Tenor. 
[Pierre de Saint-Andri : Paris,] 
1594. obi. 4°. A. 337. g. 

La Fleur des Chansons d'Orlande de 
Lassus a Quatre, Cinq, Six et Huit 
Parties, etc. Superius. 

De V Imprimcric de Pierre Phalese : 
Anuers, 1596. obi. i". A. 337. c. 

Imperfect, wanting pp. 45-49. 

Continuation du Melange d'Orlande do 
Lassus. A 3. 4. 5. 6 & 10 parties. Su- 
perius. Adrian le Roy, tO la veufuc 
R. Ballard, 1596. ohl. 4". A. 337. k. 

See Chansons. — 2. — Disieme Liure de 
Chansons a quatre parties, d'Orlande de 
lassus & autres, etc. 1570. obi. 16". 

K. 2. b. 4. (9.) 
See Chansons. — 2. — Dousieme Liure de 
Chansons a quatre & cinq parties, 
d'orlande de lassus & autres autheurs, etc. 
1569. obi. 16". K. 2. b. 4. (11.) 

See Chansons. — 2. — Tresieme Liure do 
Chansons a quatre parties, d'Orlande de 
lassus & autres, etc. 1570. obi. 16". 

K. 2. b. 4. (12.) 
See Chansons. — 2. — Quatorsieme Liure 
de Chansons, a quatre, & cinq parties, 
d'Orlande de lassus, & autres, etc. 
1571. obi. 16". K. 2. b. 4. (13.) 

C 



18 



LASSO 



LASSO (Orlando di) Sec Chansoks.— 2.— 
Quiuziemc Liure de Chansons, a quatrc, 
cinq, & six parties, d'Oiiandc de lassus, 
& autres, etc. 1571. obi. 16". 

K. 2. b. 4. (14.) 
See Chansons.— 2.— Sesieme Livie clo 
Chansons a quatre & cinq parties 
d'Orlande de Lassus, & autres, etc. 
1573. obi. 16^ K. 2. b. 4. (15.) 

See Chansons. — 2.— Dixsetieme Liure de 
Chansons a quatre & cinq parties, 
d'Orlande de lassus, etc. 1570. obi. 16°. 

K. 2. b. 4. (16.) 

iSee Chansons. — 2. — Dixhuictieme Liure 
de Chansons a quatre & cinq parties, 
d'Orlande de lassus, etc. 1570. obi. 16^ 

K. 2. b. 4. (17.) 

See Chansons.— 2.— Dix ueufieme Liure 
de Chansons a quatre & cinq parties, 
d'Orlande de lassus, & autres, etc. 
1570. obi. 16°. K. 2. b. 4. (18.) 

Sec Chansons. — 2. — Vingtieme Liure de 
Chansons, a quatre, cinq, & six parties, 
d'Orlande de lassus, etc. 1571. obi. 16". 

K. 2. b. 4. (19.) 

See Chansons. — 4. — Le Quatoirsiesme 
Liure a quatre parties contenant Dix 
Huyct Chansons Italiennes, Six chansons 
francoises, & Six Motetz. faictz (a la 
Nouuelle composition d'aucuns d'ltalie) 
par Rolando di Lassus, etc. 
1555. obi. 4". K. 3. a. 13. 

2. 1\Iadrigals and Villanelles. 

Di Orlando di Lassus il Primo Libro di 
IMadrigali a cinque Voci, uouamente per 
Antonio Gardano ristanipato. Cantus. 
(Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quintus.) 
5 pts. A^JiJiTsso di Anto)Lio Gardano : 

Venetia, 1557. obi. 4°. A. 338. 

Di Orlando di Lassus il Secondo Libro 
di Madrigali a cinque Voci, Nouamente 
per Antonio Gardano stampato. Canto. 
(Alto.) (Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 
5 pts. Apprcsao di Antonio Gardano : 

Venetia, 1559. obi. 4°. A. 338. a. 

This work also contains madrigals by 
A. Barre, Viduc and P. Animuccia. 

Di Orlando di Lassus il Primo Libro di 
INIadrigali a Quatro uoci Nouamente per 
Antonio Gardano Ristampati, etc. Basso. 
Aprcsso di Antonio Gardano: Venetia, 
1565. obi. 4°. A. 338. f. 

Di Orlando di Lassus il Secondo Libro de 
]Madrigalli a Cinque Voci, Nouamente 
ristampati. Quinto. 

Apprcsso Girolamo Scot to : Vincgia, 
1573. 4°. D. 20. b. 

Libro de Villanelle, Moresche, et altre 
Canzoni, a 4. 5. 6. & 8. voci, etc. Alto. 

Per Pictro Phulcsio & Giovanni Belle ro : 
Ativersa, 1582. obi. 4°. A. 337. 



LASSO (Orlando di) Di Orlando Lasso 
. . .11 Quarto Libro de Madrigali a Cinque 
Voci, Nouamente . . . ristampati. Canto. 
(Alto.) (Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 pts. 
Ap>p)resso Angela Gardano : Venetia, 
1584. obi. 4«. A. 338. b. 

Di Orlando di Lassus II Primo Libro de 
Madrigali a Quatro Voci Nouamente... 
ristampati. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) 
(Basso.) 4 pts. Apprcsso 

Giacomo Vincenci d Bicciardo Amadino 
Compagni : Venetia, 1584. obi. 4". 

A. 338. e. 

TJds work contains compositions by 

Lasso, G. Lochcmburgo, G. D. di 

Nola, F. Bosselli and C. Porta. 

]\Iadrigali : a Quattro, Cinque et Sei 

Voci, novameute composti, etc. Tenor. 

In officina typograpliica Catharinw 
GerlacUiiv : Noribcrgae, 1587.. obi. 4°. 

A. 338. c. 
Di Orlando di Lassus il Primo Libro di 
Madrigali a Quattro Voci, Nouamente. . . 
Ristampati. Alto. (Basso.) 2 pts. 

Apprcsso Antjelo Gardano: Venetia, 
1592. obi. 4°. A. 338. d. 

See Gardano (Angelo) Musica di Tredici 
Autori. . .Nella quale si contengouo . . . 
Madrigali. . .delli infrascritti Autori. . .0. 
di Lassus, etc. 1589. 4°. K. 3. g. 11. 
See Prima Stella. Prima Stella. De 
Madrigali. . .Di Orlando Lasso, etc. 
1570. 4°. D. 13. 

3. ]Magnificats. 
Magnificat Octo Tonorum, Sex, Quinque, 
et Quatuor Vocum, nunc primum excusa, 
etc. Altus. (Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Va- 
gaus.) 4 pts. 

Apud Thcodoricmn Gerlatzcmim, in 
officina loannis Montani pi;e mcinori;i' : 
Noribergn; 1567. obi. 4°. A. 339. 

Beatissimse Virginis JMaritc Octo Cantica 
Modis Tonorum octo quaternisque voci- 
bus distincta. Adiectis adhsec duplici 
Salve Regina. IMissa Quinti toni. Veni 
Creator. Te Deum laudamus. Adoramus 
te Christe. 3. & 4. voc. & Tibi Laus, etc. 
Tenor. A2>ud Adrianum le Boy, tfi 

Bobcrtuvi Ballard : Lutetve Parisiormn, 
1586. 4". D. 20. f. (6.)- 

4. Masses. 

a. Collections. 

b. Single Works. 

a. Collections. 

Missffi Orlandi Lassi cum Quinque et Sex 
Vocibus canende, nuperrimc impresse, etc. 
Sextus. Apud Angelum Gardanum : 

Venetijs, 1591. 4". D. 20. a 

Orlandi de Lasso. . .Missae Posthumae, 
Ritu Veteri Romano Catholico, in Modos 
qua Senos, qua Octonos temperatse. Hac- 
tenus ineditse ; et omnium, quas edidit, 



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lectissimfe : vulgatse denium affectu, 
studio sumtu superstitis filij Rudolphi di 
Lasso, etc. Ex typorji-aphcio musico 

Nicolai Henrici : Monad, 1610. fol. 

K. 9. b. e. 
b. Single Works. 
Missa. Ad Imitationem JNIoduli Beatus 
qui intelligit. . .cum sex vocibus. 

Apud Adiiamim h Roy, iC 
Bobertum Ballard : Lutctiac, 1587. fol. 

K. 9. b. 9. (4.) 

Missa ad Imitationem ^loduli Credidi. . . 
cum quinque vocibus. Ex Officina 

Petri Ballard : Lutctiac, 1G08. fol. 

K. 10. b. 1. (16.) 
[Auotber copy.] K. 10. b. 2. (2.) 

j\Iissa. Ad Imitationem ^Moduli Dixit 
Joseph . . . cum sex vocibus. Ex Officina 
Petri Ballard : Lutctiie, 1607. fol. 

K. 9. b. 9. (1.) 
Missa. Ad Imitationem ^loduli In die 
tribulationis . . . cum quinque vocibus. 

Ex Officina Petri Ballard : Lutcthe, 
1007. fol. K. 10. b. 2. (1.) 

Missa. Sex Vocum. Ad Imitationem 
Moduli In Te Domine speraui, etc. 

Ex Officina Petri Ballard : Parisiis, 
1613. fol. K. 9. b. 9. (2.) 

INIissa Quatuor Vocum ad Imitationem 
Moduli, lager, etc. Ex Officina Christo- 
phori Ballard : Parisiis, l6'87. fol. 

K. 10. b. 1. (15.) 
Missa. Ad Imitationem Moduli Locutus 
sum. . .Cum sex vocibus. Apud Adrianmn 
le Roy, (& Robcrtum Ballard: Lutetiac, 
1587. fol. K. 9. b. 9. (3.) ; 

Missa. Quinque Vocum. Ad Imitationem 
jNIoduli Sydus ex claro, etc. Ex Officina 
Petri Ballard : Lutetix, 1614. fol. 

K. 10. b. 2. (3.) 
Missa super Standomi uu giorno. 
,sV« Baccusi (I.) Hippolyti Baccusii 
IMissarum . . . Liber Primus . . . Missa 
(super) Standomi vn giorno (di Orlando). 
1570. 4\ D. 30. 

5. Motets, uxder various titles. 

a. Jeremise Lamentationes. 

b. Lectioues (Quiritationes) Sacrae. 

c. jMagnum Opus ^Musicum. 

d. Moduli. 

e. Motets. 

f. Sacrse Cantiones. 

i. Books 1-8. 
ii. Other Editions. 

g. Selectissima; Cantiones. 

a. Jeremise Lamentationes. 
Hieremiae Prophetae Lamentationes, et 
alite Pise Cantiones : nunquam antehac 
visae. Ab ipso autore . . . recens . . . 
compositre, & in lucem. . .editse. Quin- 
que Vocum. Discantus. (Altus.) (Bassus.) 
(Quinta Vox.) 4 pts. Adamus Berg : 

Monachii, 1585. obi. 4°. A. 332. 



LASSO (ORLA^-o di) leremiae Prophetse 
. . . Lamentationes, una cum Passione 
Domini Dominicse Palmarum, quinque 
vocum, etc. Tenor. Apud Adrianiim 

le Roy, d- Robertum Ballard: Luteti!>' 
Parisiorum, 1586. 4". D. 20. f. (8.) 

Imperfect, containing 11 leaves only, 
much mutilated. 

b. Lectiones (Quiritationes) Sacrse. 
Sacrtfi Lectiones Nouem ex Propheta lob, 
Quatuor Vocum. Discantus. (Altus.) 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) 4 pts. Apud 

Theodoricum Gerlatzcmim, in ^ Officina 
loannis Montani pi;e mcmoriiv : Noribergn', 
1567. obi. 4". A. 331. 

Nouem Quiritationes Diui lob. Quaternis 
Vocibus . . . modulatiB, etc. Superius. 
(Tenor.) (Contratenor.) (Bassus.) 4 pts. 
Apud Adrianum le Roy, cC Robertum 
Ballard : [Paris,] 1572. obi. 4\ 

A. 336. a. (7.) 

[Another copy. Bassus.] A. 336. b. (6.) 
Wanting the title-page. 

Lectiones Sacrte Nouem, ex Libris Hiob 
excerpts?, Musicis Numeris iam recens 
compositae, nee non aliec nonnuUte pitc 
Cantiones, omnibus qui tam viute vocis 
quam Instrumentorum ]\Iusicorum cantu 
non imperite vtuntur, apprime accom- 
modfc. Quatuor Vocum, etc. Discantus. 
(Altus.) (Bassus.) 3 pts. Adamus Berg : 
Monuchij, 1582. obi. 4\ A. 331. a. 

Nouem Quiritationes Diui lob, bis quidem, 
sed diuersis raodis Icntiorique concentu 
quaternis vocibus modulantes . . . Adiectis 
(]uibusdam ex officio DefEunctorum Re- 
sponsorijs. Tenor. Apud Adrianum 

le Roy, (t Robertum Ballard: Lutetin- 
Parisiorum, 1587. 4". D. 20. f. (7.) 

c. IMagnum Opus Musicum. 
Magnum Opus IMusicum Orlandi dc Lasso 
. . ."Complectens Omnes Cantiones quas 
]\Iotetas vulgo vocant, tam antea editas 
quam hactenus uondum publicatas ii. in. 
IV. v. VI. VII. iix. IX. X. XII. vocum. 
A Ferdinando...& Hudolpho. . .Authoris 
filijs . . . collectum, etc. Cantus. (Altus.) 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta Vox.) (Sexta 
Vox.) 6 pts. Ex typographia Nicolai 

Henrici : Monachii, 1604. fol. G. 121. 

d. Moduli, 
iloduli Quinis Vocibus Nunquam Hac- 
tenus Editi i\Ionachii Boioarite compositi, 
etc. Superius. (Contratenor.) (Tenor.) 
(Bassus.) (Quinta Pars.) 5 pts. 

Apud Adrianum le Roy, it 
Robertum Ballard : Luteti;r Parisiorian, 
1571. obi. i". A. 337. d. (3.) 

[Another copy. Superius. (Contratenor.) 
(Bassus.) (Quinta Pars.)] 4 pts. 

A. 336. a. (3.) 

[Another copy. ■ Bassus.] A. 336. b. (3.) 



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LASSO (Orlando di) Moduli Quatuor et 
Octo Vocum, etc. Superius. (Contra,) 
(Bassus.) 3 pts. 

Ajmd Adrianum le Roy, & 
Robcrtum Ballard : Lutctin' Farisiorum, 

1572. obi. 4". A. 336. a. (4.) 
[Another copy. Bassus.] 

A. 336. b. (4.) 

Imperfect, wanting the title-xmge, lohicli 

]ias been supplied in manuscript. 

Tertius Liber Modulorum, Quinis Vocibus 

constantium, etc. Superius. (Contra.) 

(Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta Pars.) 5 pts. 

Apud Adrianum le Roy & 

Robertum Ballard : Ltitetin' Parisiorum, 

1573. obi. 4». A. 336. a. (2.) 

[Another copy. Bassus.] A. 336. b. (2.) 
Imperfect, ivanting the titlc-piagc, which 
has been supplied in manuscript. 

Moduli Sex Septem et Duodecim Vocum, 
etc. Superius. (Contra.) (Bassus.) 
(Quinta Pars.) 4 pts, Apud Adrianum 
le Roy, (£ Robertum Ballard : Lutcti;v 
Parisiorum, 1573. obi. 4°. 

A. 336. a. (5.) 
[Another copy. Bassus.] A. 336. b. (5.) 
]\Ioduli nondum prius editi Monachii 
Boioarise Ternis Vocibus . . . Compositi. 
Superius. (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 3 pts. 

Apud Adrianum le Roy, £ 
Robertum Ballard : Lutetiiv Parisiorum, 
1576. obi. 4°. A. 336. d. 

Moduli. Quatuor 5. 6. 7. 8. et Nouem- 
Vocum, etc. Superius. (Contra.) (Bassus.) 
(Quinta Pars.) 4 pts. Apud Adrianum 
le Roy, cC Robertum Ballard : Lutetin' 
Parisiorum, 1577. obi. 4". 

A. 336. a. (6.) 
Moduli Quatuor et Octo Vocum, etc. 
Tenor. Ajjud Adrianum le Roy, d- 

Robertum Ballard : Lutetiiv Parisiorum, 
1588. 4". D. 20. f. (4.) 

Moduli Quinque Vocum, etc. Tenor. 

Apud Adrianum le Roy, d- 
Robertum Ballard : Lutcti;e Parisiorum, 
1588. 4". D. 20. f. (2.) 

]\roduli Sex Vocum, etc. Tenor. Apud 
Adrianum le Roy, d Robertum Ballard : 
Lutetiiv Parisiorum, 1588. 4". 

D. 20. f. (3.) 
e. Motets. 

Di Orlando di Lassus il primo libro de 
mottetti a cinque & a sei voci nuouamente 
posti in luce. Superius. Per loanne 

Latio : Anucrsa, 1556. obi. 4". A. 330. 

Orlandi de Lasso . . . Liber Mottetarum, 
Trium Vocum, Quse cum Viuse Voci, turn 
omnis generis Instrumentis IMusicis . . . 
applicari possunt . . . nunc primum in 
lucem eeditse. Superius. Excudebat 

Pctrus Phalcsius, sibi d loanni Bcllcro : 
Louanii, 1575. obi. 4". A. 330. a. 



LASSO (Orlando di) Mottetta, Sex 
Vocum, typis nondum uspiam excusa... 
Quibus tam voces humanie, quam cuiusuis 
generis Instrumenta IMusica concentu... 
applicari possunt, etc. Discantus. (Altus.) 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta (Sexta) Vox.) 
6 pts. Adamzis Berg : Monachij, 

1582. obi. 4". A. 334. 1. 

Mottetti et Ricercari ... a Due Voci, 
Nouameute . . . llistampati. Libro Primo. 
Canto. (Alto.) 2 pts. Appresso Angela 
Gardano : Venetia, 1585. obi. 4". 

A. 330. b. 
Pp. 7, 8 of the Canto part are wanting. 

f. Sacree Cantiones. 

i. Books 1-8. 

Orlaudi Lassi Sacrae Cantiones . . . Quinque 
Vocum, Tum viua voce, Turn omnis gen- 
eris instrumentis cantatu commodissimse. 
Liber Primus. Altus. Apud Angelum 
Gardanum : Venctijs, 1586. obi. i". 

A. 334. j. (1.) 

Liber Primus. Cantiones Sacrse Mag- 
nificat vocant V. et vi, Vocum . . . His 
accesserunt quatuor ab . . . Ferdinando 
de Lasso compositse, jam primum in 
lucem editse. Discantus. (Altus.) (Tenor.) 
(Bassus.) (Quinta Vox.) (Sexta Vox.) 
6 pts. Nicolaus Henricus : Monachii, 

1602. fol. K. 2. i. 14. 

Orlandi Lassi Sacras Cantiones. . .Quinque, 
et Sex Vocuni, Tum viua Voce tum omnis 
generis Instrumentis cantatu commodis- 
sime. Liber Secundus. Altus. 

Apud Angelum Gardanum: Venetijs, 
1584. obi. 4". A. 334. j. (2.) 

Orlaudi Lassi Sacrae Cantiones . . . Quinque, 
et Sex Vocum, Tum viua voce tum omnis 
generis Instrumentis cantatu commodis- 
simse. Liber Tertius. Cantus. (Altus.) 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quiutus.) 5 pts. 
A2)ud Angelum Gardamim : ^'cnctijs, 

1578. obi. 4". A. 334. m. 

Orlandi Lassi Sacrae Cantiones . . . Quinque, 
et Sex Vocum, Tum viua voce tum omnis 
generis Instrumentis cantatu commodis- 
sim^. Liber Tertius. Altus. 

A2}ud Angelum Gardanum : Venetijs, 
1587. obi. 4". A. 334. j. (3.) 

Orlandi Lassi Sacrae Cantiones . . . Sex et 
Octo Vocum, Tum uiua Voce, Tum omnis 
generis Instrumentis cantatu commodis- 
simffi. Liber Quartus. Altus. 

Apud Antonium Gardanum : Venetijs, 
1569. obi. 4^ A. 334. j. (4.) 

Orlandi Lassi Sacrae Cantiones . . . Sex et 
Octo Vocum, Tum Viua Voce, Tum omnis 
generis Instrumentis cantatu commodis- 
simae. Liber Quartus. Altus. 

Apud Angelum Gardanum : Venetijs, 

1579. obi. 4". A. 334. n. 



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LASSO (Orlasdo di) Orlandi Lassi Sacvse 
Cantiones. . .Quinque Sex et OctoYocum, 
Turn uiua Voce, turn omnis generis 
Instrumetis cfitatu comodissimse. Liber 
Quiiitus. Altus. Apud Antonium 

Gardanum : Venetijs, 1569. obi. 4". 

A. 334. j. (5.) 

Orlandi Lassi Sacrse Cantiones. . .Quinque 
Vocum, Turn viua voce turn omnis generis 
Instrumentis cantatu commodissimse. 
Liber Sextus. Altus. 

Apud Angelum Gardanum : Venetijs, 
15S6. obi. 4". A. 334. j. (6.) 

Orlandi Lassi Sacrse Cantiones . . . Quinque 
Vocum, Tum viua Voce Tum omnis gen- 
eris Instrumentis cantatu commodissimae. 
Liber Septimus. Altus. 

Apud Angelum Gardanum : Venetijs, 
1584. oU. 4°. A. 334. j. (7.) 

Orlandi Lassi Sacrse Cantiones . . Sex 
Vocum, Tum Viua Voce, Tum omnis gen- 
eris instrumentis cantatu commodissimse. 
Liber Octauus. Altus. 

Apud Angelum Gardanum : Venetijs, 
15S4. obi. 4". A. 334. j. (8.) 

ii. Other Editions. 
Sacrae Cantiones Quinque Vocum, tum 
Viua Voce, tum omnis generis instrumentis 
cantatu commodissimse. Discantus. (Al- 
tus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Vagans.) 5 pts. 

Impressum 
in Officina Typographica Ulrici Ncuberi : 
Norinbergx, 1569. obi. 4°. A. 334. i. 

Cantiones Aliquot Quinque Vocum, tum 
Viua Voce, tum omnisgeneris instrumentis 
cantatu commodissimse. lam primiim 
in lucem. . .editae, etc. Discantus. (Al- 
tus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta Vox.) 
5 pts. Adamus Berg : Mondci, 

1569. obi. 4°. A, 334. 

Viginti Quinque Sacrse Cantiones, Quinque 
Vocum, tum Viua Voce, tum omnis gen- 
eris instrumentis cantatu commodissimse, 
etc. Discantus. (Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 
(Quinta Pars.) 5 pts. 
Ap>ud Theodoricum Gerlatzemim,in officina 
loannis Montani pix memorix : Noriberga', 

1570. obi. 4°. A. 334. k. 

Selectiorum Aliquot Cantionum Sacrarum 
Sex Vocum fasciculus, adiunctus in fine 
tribus Dialogis octo vocum, Quorum nihil 
adhuc in lucem est editum, etc. Discantus. 
(Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta Vox.) 
(Sexta Vox.) 6 pts. Adamus Berg : 

Monachij, 1570. obi. 4\ A. 334. a. 

[Another copy.] 6 pts. A. 334. b. 

Fasciculus Aliquot Cantionum Sacrarum, 
Quinque Vocum, nunc primum in lucem 
editus, etc. Discantus. (Altus.) (Tenor.) 
(Bassus.) (Quinta Pars.) 5 pts. 
Adamus Berg : Monachij, 1572. obi. 4'\ 

A. 336. e. 



LASSO (Orlando di) Sex Cantiones 
Latinse Quatuor, adiuncto Dialogo Octo 
Vocum. Sechs Teutsche Lieder mit vier, 
sampt einem Dialogo mit 8. stimmen. 
Six chansons Francoises nouuelles a quatre 
voix, auecq vn Dialogue a huict. Sei 
Madrigali nuoui a quatro, con vn Dialogo 
a otto voci. Summa diligentia compositse 
...& nunc primum in lucem seditse, etc. 
Tenor. Adamus Berg : Monachij, 

1573. obi. i". A. 334. e. 

Cantiones Orlandi di Lassus : Selectee in 
vsuni Argentoratensis Academise. Sex 
vocum. Altus. (Tenor.) (Sexta Vox.) 
3 pts. Nicolaus Wyriot : Arqentorati, 

1580. obi. 8". K. 1. c. 23. 

At the end of each part are MS. Can- 
tiones in a contemporary handwriting , 

Sacrse Cantiones, Quinque Vocum, Quse 
cum Viuse Voci, tum omnis generis in- 
strumentis musicis commodissime appli- 
cari possunt. Opus plane nouum, nunquam 
alijs Typis excusum, etc. Discantus. (Al- 
tus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta Vox.) 
5 pts. Adamus Berg : Monachij, 

1582. obi. 4\ A. 334. d. 

Orlandi Lassi . . . Fasciculi Aliquot 
Sacrarum Cantionum cum quatuor, 
quinque, sex & octo vocibus, antea 
quidem separatim excusi, nunc vero 
auctoris consensu in unum corpus re- 
ducti. Altus. (Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta 
Vox.) (Sexta Vox.) 5 pts. 

In Officina Gerlachiana : Koribergae, 
1582. obi. 4\ A. 334. e. 

j Wanting the last leaves of the Altus and 

Tenor parts. 

Cantica Sacra, recens numeris et modulis 

musicis ornata, nee uUibi antea typis 
I euulgata. Sex et Octo Vocibus, etc. 

Discantus. (Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 
I (Sexta Vox.) 5 pts. Adanms Berg : 

Monachii, 1585. obi. 4°. A. 334. h. 

Orlandi Lassi . . . Sacrse Cantiones : antehac 
1 uunquam nee visas nee typis uspiam 
j excusae. Quatuor Vocum. Recens... 
j compositse, & in lucem. . .editse. Dis- 
cantus. (Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 4 pts. 
I Adamus Berg : Monachii, 1585. obi. 4°. 

A. 334. g. 

I Sacrarum Cantionum Moduli Quatuor 
Vocibus Contexti, etc. Tenor. 

1 Apud Adrianum le Boy, <& Eobertum Bal- 
lard : Lutetise Parisioncm, 1587. 4°. 

I D. 20. f. (1.) 

I [Orlandi Lassi. . .Fasciculi Aliquot Sac- 
I rarum Cantionum cum Quatuor, Quinque, 
I Sex & Octo Vocibus, etc. Bassus.] 

\In Officina Gerlachiana: Norbergae, 
1589.] obi. 4°. _ A. 334. f. 

Imperfect, luanting the title-page. 

Nouse aliquot et ante hac non ita usitatse 
ad duas voces Cantiones suavissimse, 



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omnibus Musicis summi; vtiles . . . Summa 
diligentia correctoe, & nunc primum in 
lucem editpe. Cantus. (Bassus.) 2 pts. 
Thomas Este : Londini, 1598. 4°. 

K. 3. m. 9. 
Imperfect, ivanting fol. C. and Cii. of 
the Bassiis imrt, which have been re- 
placed by the corresponding leaves of 
the Cantus. 

g. Selectissimae Cantiones. 
Selectissimsecantiones, quasvulgo Motetas 
vocant, partim omnino nouae, partim uus- 
quana in Germania excusae, Quinque et 
Quatuor Vocibus compositae, etc. Dis- 
cantus. (Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 
(Vagans.) 5 pts. Apud Thcodoricum 

Gerlatzenum, in Officina loannis Montani 
vix memorix : Noribergie, 1568. obi. 4°. 

A. 333. 

[Another copy. Altus. (Bassus.) (Vagans.)] 
3 pts. A. 333. a. 

SelectissiniEe Cantiones, quas Vulgo ]\Iote- 
tas vocant partim omnino noute, partim 
nusquam in Germania excusae, Sex & pluri- 
bus uocibus compositae, etc. Discantus. 
(Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta (Sexta) 
Vox.) 6 pts. Apud Theodoricum Gerlat- 
zenum, in Officina loannis Montani pi% 
mem&risi : Norimbergx, 1568. obi. 4°. 

A. 333. b. 
The Discantus alone has the spelling 
' Norimbergse ' : the other parts have 
' Noribergii'.' The tvoirls ' Quatuor, 
Quinque, Sex & pliiribus uocibus ' 
are added incorrectly to the title of 
the Tenor part. 

[Another copy. Bassus.] A. 333. c. 

Altera Pars Selectissimarum Cantionum, 
Quas Vulgo jMotetas Vocant, Quinque et 
Quatuor Vocibus . . . Aucta & restituta, 
etc. Discantus. (Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 
(Quinta A^ox.) 5 pts. In officina typo- 

graphica Catliariniv Gerlachix : Noribergse, 
1587. obi. 4°. A. 333. d. (2.) 

[Another copy. Altus. (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 
(Quinta Pars.)] 4 pts. A. 333. e. 

Selectissimpe Cantiones, quas uulgo IMote- 
tas vocant, partim omnino noute, partim 
nusquam in Germania excusae. Sex & pluri- 
bus vocibus compositae. . .Posteriori huic 
editioni accessere omnes Orlandi Motette, 
quse in veteri nostro Thesauro j\Iusico 
impressfe contiuebantur, cum . . . aliis . . . 
Omnia denuo multo quam antehac cor- 
rectius edita. Discantus. (Altus.) (Tenor.) 
(Bassus.) (Quinta Vox.) (Sexta Vox.) 6 pts. 
In officina typographica Catharinee Ger- 
lachix : Noribergx, 1587. obi. 4°. 

A. 333. d. (1.) 
The Discantus is imperfect, ivanting pp. 

4 and 5, ivhich have been supplied in 

manuscript. 



LASSO (Orlando di) 

6. Opus Musicum. 
Tertium opus Musicum, continens Lec- 
tiones Hiob et Motectas sen Cantiones 
Sacras, Quatuor, Quinque et Sex Vocum, 
antea quidem tribus fasciculis seorsim 
excusas, nunc vero in volumen unum re- 
dactas . . . Additse sunt . . . aliquot pite Fer- 
dinandi Lassi cantilense, nunc primum in 
lucem editffi. Altus. (Bassus.) (Quinta 
Vox.) (Sexta Vox.) 4 pts. 
Li officina typographica Cathcirinae Ger- 
lachix : Noriberg;e, 1588. obi. 4°. 

A. 331. b. 



[Another copy. Quinta Vox.] 



A. 331. e. 



7. Pateocinium Musices. 
Patrocinium Musices. Orlandi de Lasso 
. . .Cantionum, quas Mutetas vocant, Opus 
Novum. Prima Pars. . .D. Guilhelmi. . . 
Bavarise Ducis liberalitate in lucem editum . 
Adamus Berg : Monachij, 1573. fol. 

K. 9. b. 1. 
Patrocinium Musices. Orlandi de Lasso 
. . . Cantionum Quatuor, Quinque & Sex 
Vocum, quas IMutetas vocant. Opus nouum, 
etc. Superius. (Contratenor.) (Tenor.) 
(Bassus.) [Quinta & Sexta Pars.] 5 pts. 

Cornelius Phalcsius : Louanii, 
1574. obi. 4°. A. 339. a. 

Imperfect, ivanting the title-page and pp. 
9-13 of the Quinta et Sexta Pars. 

Patrocinium IMusices. Orlandi de Lasso 
. . . Missae aliquot Quinque Vocum. Se- 
cunda Pars . ' . D. Guilhelmi . . . Bavariae 
Ducis liberalitate in lucem editum. 
Adamus Berg : Monachij, 1574. fol. 

K. 9. b. 2. 

Patrocinium Musices. Orlandi de Lasso 
. . . Passio quinque vocum : Idem Lec- 
tiones lob, & Lectiones Matutinae de 
Natiuitate Cbristi, quatuor vocum. Quarta 
Pars...D. Guilhelmi ... Bavariae Ducis, 
liberalitate in lucem editum. 
Adamus Berg : Monachij, 1575. fol. 

K. 9. b. 4. 

Patrocinium Musices. Orlandi de Lasso 
. . .Magnificat aliquot, Quatuor, Quinque, 
Sex, & Octo vocum. Quinta Pars . ._. 
D. Guilhelmi. . .Bavariffi Ducis, liberali- 
tate in lucem editum. Adamus Berg : 
Monachij, 1576. fol. K. 9. b. 5. 

Patrociuium Musices. Orlandi de Lasso 
. . . Officia aliquot, de Praecipuis Testis 
Anni, 5. Vocum, nunc primum in lucem 
editae. Tertia Pars...D. Guilhelmi... 
Bavariae Ducis, liberalitate in lucem 
editum. Adamus Berg : Monachij, 

1588. fol, K. 9. b. 3. 

Patrocinium Musices. Beatissimte, Dei- 
paraqj virginis Marite canticum INIagnifi- 
cat. Quattuor, quinqj, & sex vocibus, ad 



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23 



imitationem cantileDaruni quarundam, 
singular! coucentus hilaritate excellen- 
tium, etc. 

Aimd Adaminn Berg : Monachij, 
1587. fol. K. 9. b. 7. 



^lissse aliquot 

Adanuis Berg : 

K. 9. b. 8. 



Patrocinium ^Musices. 
Quinque Vocum, etc. 
Monacliii, 1589. fol. 

8. Psalms, 

Psalmi Dauidis Pcenitentiales, Slodis 
Musicis redditi, atque antehac nunquam 
in Lucem pediti. His accessit Psahnus : 
Laudate Dominum de Coelis. Quinque 
Vocum, etc. Altus. (Bassus.) (Quinta Vox.) 
3 pts. Adanius Berg : Mo)inchii, 

1584. obi. 4\ A. 329. 

[Another copy. Altus.] A. 329. a. 

Cinquante Pseaumes de Dauid, auec la 
musique acinq parties d'Orlande de Lassus. 
Vingt autres Pseaumes a cinq et six 
parties, par diuers excellents Musiciens de 
nostre temps. Superius. (Contratenor.) 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta Pars.) (Sexta 
Pars.) G pts. De Vimprimcrie de Jerosvie 
Commelin : [Heidelberg], 1597. obi. 4" 

K. 2. a. 4. 
In addition to Orlando di La.'mo the 
following composers are named in this 
collection: Pevernage,Maletty, Alfonse 
Flores, Gondimel, Faicjnient, Mancnti, 
Felis, Macque, Sabin and Baccusy. 

9. Teutsche Lieder. 

NeweTeutscheLiedlein mitfiinff stimmen, 
wiilche gantz lieblicli zu singen vnnd auf! 
allerley Instrumenten zugebraucheu. Von 
Orlando di Lassus. . .componiert, vnd von 
jhm selbst Corrigiert, vnd inn druck ver- 
fertiget worden. Discantus. (Altus.) 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Die fiinffte stim.) 
5 pts. Adam Berg : MiuicJten, 

1569. obi. 4°. A. 335. 

Orlandi Lassi. . .Teutsche Lieder mit fiinff 
Stimmen, zuuor vnterscbiedlich, jetzvmd 
aber. . .inn ein Opus zusammen getruckt. 
Discant. Durch Katharinam Gerlachin, 
iind Jolianns vom Berg Erben : Niir)ibcrg, 
1583. obi. 4°. A. 335. a. 

Newe Teutsche Lieder, geistlich vnnd 
Weltlich, mit vier Stimmen, etc. Tenor. 
Gedruckt . . .bey Catharina Gerlachin : 
Nilrmberg, 1589. obi. 4». A. 335. c. 

Imperfect, icanting all after fol. d 4. 

Orlandi Lassi . . . Teutsche Lieder mit 
fiinff Stimmen, zuvor vnterscbiedlich, 
jetzund aber... in ein Opus zusammen 
getruckt. Discant. (Altus.) (Tenor.) 
(Bass.) (V. Stim.) 5 pts. 

Gedruckt clurcli Catharinie Gerlachin 
Erben : Niirnberg, 1593. obi. 4". 

A. 335. b. 



LASSO (Orlando di) and (Rodolfo di) 
Cantiones Sacrse, ab Orlando de Lasso et 

I huius Filio, Rudolpho de Lasso, Sex 
Vocibus Compositse, Typis iam primo 
subiectae & in lucem editse. Discantus. 

1 Nicolaus Henricus : Monachii, 1601. 4°. 

D. 20. e. 
LASSO (Rodolfo di) 

{ .SVe Lasso (0. di)— 5. c. — IMagnum Opus 

I Musicum Orlandi de Lasso ...a Ferdinando 
... & Rudolpho . . . Autboris filijs . . . CoUec- 
tum, & impensis eorundem Tj'pis manda- 
tum, etc. 1604. fol. G. 121. 

See Lasso (0. di)— 4. a.— Orlandi de Lasso 
. . . jMissae Posthumae . . . vulgatse demum 
affectu, studio sumtu . . . Rodolphi de 
Lasso, etc. 1610. fol. K. 9. b. 6. 

See Lasso (0. di) and (R. di). Cantiones 
Sacrse, ab Orlando de Lasso et huius 
Filio, Rudulpho de Lasso. . .Composite, 
etc. 1601. 4\ D. 20. e. 

LASSUS. See Lasso. 

LASSUSIUS. See Lasso. 

LAST. Last Night a Dream came into 
my Head. The Comical Dreamer. [Song, 
written by T. Durfey.] \London, 

1715?] s.sh.lol. H. 1601. (265.) 

The Last Shilling. [Song.] 
^ee Dibdin (C.) [Torn WilUns.'] 
Last Valentine's Day. Black Sloven, 
A New Song. [London, 1771.] 8'. 

P.P. 5438. z. 
The Universal Magazine, Vol. XLYIII., 
p. 95. 
Last Whitsunday they brought me. 
Song. ,SVt' Linley (W.) lYortigern.'] 

LAST OF THE FAMILY. The Last 
of the Family. [Comedy.] 
See Kelly (M.) 

LATE. Late as by Jesse I did sit. Song. 
See B., G., Esq. 

LATES (Charles) A favorite Sonata 
for the Piano-Forte or Harpsichord, etc. 

Printed for the Author: London, 
[1800?] obi. fol. e. 104. (9.) 

LATES (.Tames) Six Solos for a Violin 
and Violoncello, with a Thorough Bass 
for the Harpsichord. . .Opera Terza. 

Printed for C. and S. Thompson: 
London, [1775?] fol. g. 422. g. (1.) 

Six Sonatas for Two Violins, or a German 
Flute and Violin, with a Thorough Bass 
for the Harpsichord. Opera Quarta. 

Printed for C. d S. Thompson : 
London, [1775 ?] fol. g. 449. 

Six Trios for a Violin, Violoncello Obligato, 
& Bass, with a thorough bass for the 
Harpsichord . . . Opera 5. [Separate Parts.] 
C. & S. Thompson, for the Author : 
London, [1775?] fol. g. 449. a. 



24 



LATILLA— LAUDI 



LATILLA (Gaetano) [Songs in Don 
Calascione. Comic Opera, partly by G. 
Latilla.] See Delizie. Le Delizie dell' 
Opeve,ctc. Vol.6. [1776.] fol. G. 159. 

LA TOUR ( de) Ah, que je sens 

d'inquietiide ! Air Kouvcau. [Words by 

Madame Des Houlieres.] [Paris, 

1678.] s. sh. obi. 4". P.P. 4482. 

Nouvcaii Mercure Galaiit, Feb., 1678, 

1). 86. 

LA TOUR (G. D. C. de) Airs de I'lnven- 
tion de G. D. C. S"^ de La Tour, de Caen, 
sur plusieurs poemes saints et chretiens, 
recueillis de diuers auteurs, & diuisez en 
trois parties . . . Liure second, a quatre 
parties. Superius. Chez Icujiies Mangcant : 
Caen, 1593. obi. 8'\ K. 8. i. 14. 

LATOUR (T.) In my Cottage near the 
Wood. A favorite Song. The Words 
. . .by Miss Calcraft. . .The Variations for 
the Piano Forte. . .by Mr. Latoar. 
Bland & Weller : London, [1800 ?] fol. 

G. 796. (21.) 
The Rising of the Sun, a Welsh Air, 
arranged as a Rondo for the Piano Forte, 
etc. Bland d- Weller: London, 

[1800 ?] fol. g. 270. j. (18.) 

Twelve Favorite Rondos for the Harpsi- 
chord or Piano Forte, etc. 
A. Bland d Weller : London, ^1796?] fol. 

g. 140 (41.) 
A New Rondo as Performed by Made- 
moiselle Parisot, and Danc'd by ^Madame 
Laborie ... in the Favorite Ballet [by 
D'Egville and Bossi] of Renaldo and 
Leonora, etc. Bland d Weller : London, 
[1800.] fol. g. 272. u. (8.) 

Three Sonatas for the Piano Forte or 
Harpsichord with an Accompaniment for 
a Violin and Violoncello . . . Op. 1. 
[Separate Parts.] A. Bland £■ Weller : 

London, [1796 ?] fol. g. 161. b. (9.) 

Two Sonatas for the Piano Forte,. . .with 
an Accompaniment for a Flute or Violin 
, . .Op. 2. [Separate Parts.] 
A. Bland d- Weller: London [1796?] fol. 

g. 186. (6.) 
Two Sonatas for the Piano Forte. . .with 
an Accompaniment for a Flute or Violin 
...Op. 3. [Separate Parts.] 

A. Bland d Weller : London, 
[1796?] fol. g. 186. (7.) 

LATROBE (Christian Ignatius) Dies 
Ira5 &c., an Ancient Hymn on the Last 
Judgment, translated. . .by. . .the Earl of 
Roscommon . . . Adapted for the Piano 
Forte, and Four Voices. R. Birchall, for 
the Author: London, 1199. fol. 

G. 503. (5.) 
Three Sonatas for the Piano Forte . . . Op. 
III. J. Bland, for the Author : Londmi, 
[1790?] fol. ■ g. 148. (5.) 



LATTRE (Claude Jean de) See Chansons. 
— 3. — Tiers. . .Liure des Chansons, etc. 
(Sixiesme Liure des Chansons. . .mises en 
musicque par ilaistre lehan de Latre, etc.) 
1555. obi. 4". K. 3. a. 15. 

LAU (Christoph Heinrich) See Rei- 
MANN (J. B.) J. B. Reimaus. ..Choral- 
buch. . .gestochen und verlegt [with a 
preface! von C. H. Lau. [1747.] obi. 4". 
^ b. 339. 

LAUDI. [I)^ chronological order.'] Libro 
Primo delle Laudi Spiritual! da Diuersi 
.. .Autovi, etc. 1563. 4'\ 
See Razzi (S.) K. 8. f. 10. 

II Primo Libro delle Laude Spirituali a 
Tre Voci, stampata ad iustanza delli... 
Padri della Congregatione deUo Oratorio. 
(II Secondo Libro delle Laude Spirituali, 
etc.) 2 bks. Per Alessandro Gardano : 
Roma, 1583. 4". D. 33. 

II Terzo Libro delle Laudi Spirituali a 
Tre e a Quattro Voci, etc. [Edited by 
F. Soto.] Per Alessandro Gardano. Ad 
instantia d'lacomo Tornieri, 1588. 4'\ 

D. 33. a. 

Libro delle Laudi Spirituali. Done in 
vno sono compresi i Tre Libri gia stampati. 
E ridutta la ]\Iusica a piu breuita e facilita : 
con r accrescimento delle parole, e con 
r aggiunta de molte Laudi nuoue, etc. 
[Edited by F. Soto.] Per Alessandro 

Gardano, Ad instantia de lacomo Tornieri : 
Roma, 1589. 4°. D. 33. b. (1.) 

[Another copy.] D. 33. c. (1.) 

Lodi denote per uso della Dottrina Christ- 
iana. Apprcsso Girolamo Bartoli : Genoa, 
1589. 12\ 1354. a. 35. (4.) 

II Quarto Libro delle Laudi a Tre et 
Quatro Voci, etc. [Edited by F. Soto.] 
Apud Ale.vandrum Gardanum. Lnpensis 
Ascanij d Hieronymi Donangeli : Roma, 
1591. 4". D. 33. b. (2.) 

[Another copy.] D. 33. e. (2.) 

II Quinto Libro delle Laudi Spirituali, a 
tre, & quattro voci. Del Reuerendo P. 
Francesco Soto, etc. Apprcsso Vittorio 

Baldini : Ferrara, 1598. 4^ 

D. 33. b. (3.) 

Santuario di Laudi . . . Per le feste di 

ciaschedun santo, etc. 1609. 4". 

See Razzi (S.) 11427. ee. 25. 

Laude Spirituali. . .per uso delle Congre- 
gazioni di S. Filippo Neri, etc. 1703. 8'\ 
See CoRTi (S.) A. 191. 

Corona di Sacre Canzoni o Laude 
Spirituali, etc. 1710. 12°. See Corona. 

A. 571. 

Laudi Spirituali per la Dottrina Cristiana. 
Raccolte da varij Autori, etc. 1722. 12°. 
See Santini (P.) 3435. flF. 34. 



LAUGH— LAURO 



25 



LAUGH. Laugh at the Times. [Song.] 
See From. From the Hill of Parnassus, 
etc. [1763.] s. sh. fol. G. 307. (251.) 
A Laugh at the World. [Song.] 
See DiBDiN (C.) [The SiJUnx.] 

LAUGHING. The Laughing Baccha- 
nalian. [Song.] See As. As the Mind is 
disturb'd," e/c. [1770?] s.sh.fol. 

G. 306. (108*.) 
Laughing prohibited. [Song.] See Dibdin 
(C.) [.4 Tour to tJie Land's End] 

L AUGIER (Marc Antoise) See Rousseau 
(J.J.) [Lettre siir la Musiqne Fraru;oise.] 
Apologie de la IMusique Franq-oise, etc. 
[By M. A. Laugier.^ 1754. 8". 

1103. b. 22. (10.) 

LAURA. Laura. Ballad [begins : ' Ah 
listen to the plaintive Song ']. 
See PiERCY (H.) 

Laura. Sonnet [begins : ' Gentle Zephir 
as you kiss ']. Sec Pitman (A.) 
Laura. [Song, begins : ' Lovely are the 
kindling blushes.'] See Ware (G.) 
Laura. [Song.] See Whex. When 
beauteous Laura's gentle Voice. 
[1778.] s. sh. fol. G. 313. (196.) 

Laura forsworn. Ballad. 
See Shield (W.) 

LAURA ET LENZA. Laura ct Lenza. 
Ballet. See Bossi (C.) 

LAUREL. The Laurel. [Songs.] 
Sec Baildon (J.) 

The Laurel and the Willow. Canzonett. 
Sec Mozart (W. A.) [SehnsucJit nach 
devi Frilhlinge.] 

LAUREMBERGIUS (Petrus) Muso- 
machia id est Bellum !Musicale. Ante 
quinque lustra Belligeratum in gratiam 
Er[asmi] Sarrtorii] : nunc denuu institu- 
tum a primo ejus auctore Petro Laurem- 
bergio, etc. [J. Hallcvord : Rostock,! 

1G39. 8". 7896. a. 12^ 

Musomachia, id est Bellum ^Nlusicale, etc. 
[J. Hallcvord : Rostock,] 1612. 8°. 

7897. a. 35. 

LAURENCINUS, Romamis. 

See Besardus (J. B.) Thesaurus Har- 
monious diuini Laurencini Romani, etc. 
1603. fol. G. 25. 

LAURENTIUS [i.e. Johann :Martin], of 
Sclinliffis, a Capuchin. Dess ^liranten, 
eines Welt- und hoch-verwirrten Hirtens 
nach der Ruhseeligen Einsamkeit Wunder- 
licher Weeg, etc. David Rauft : 

Costantz, 1690. 8". 11517. a. 26. (2.) 
IMirantische Maul-Trumel, oder Wohlbe- 
denckliche Gegen-Satze boser, und guter 
Begirten. . .Mit schonen Sinnbilderen, und 
auff eine neue Art anmiithigen ^Melodeyen 
geziehrt, dx. Leonhard Parens: 

Costanz, 1698. 8°. X1525. df. 16. 



LAURENTIUS [i.e. Johann Martin], 
^lirantische ^layen-Pfeiff. Oder Maria- 
nische Lob-Yerfassung, in welcher Clorus, 
ein Hirt, der. . .Mutter Gottes Mariae. . . 
anmuthigbesingt . . . ilit schonen Kupffei'u, 
und gantz neuen ^lelodeven gezihrt, etc. 
Bey J. C. Bencard: DiUingpn, 1692. S\ 

11517. bbb. 48. 
Mirantische Wald-Schallmey, oder : Schul 
wahrer Wcisheit, welche einem Jungen 
Herrn und seinom Hof-^Ieister . . .in einem 
Wald irr-geritten, von zweyen Einsidlern 
gehalten worden, etc, David Hautt : 

Costantz, 1688. 8". 11517. a. 26. (1.) 
Mirantisches Flotlein. Oder Geistliche 
Schafferey, in welcher Christus, under 
dem Namen Daphnis, die in dem Siinden- 
Schlaff vertieffte Seel Clorinda zu einem 
bessern Leben aufferweckt, etc. In der 

Fiirstl. Bischiiffl. Dnickcret/, Bey D. Hautt : 
Costantz, 1G82. 8". '11517. b. 22. 

P. F. Laurentii, von Schniiffis. . .Mirant- 
isches Fliitlein. . .Yierte Auflage. Darin- 
nen alle ]Melodien zu drey Stimmen saint 
einem Rittornello auffgesetzet, zugleich 
ein Anhang Neuer Liedern, etc. 

Bey E. und J. R. Thurnci/sen : 
Franckfurt, 1139. 8". 11517. b. 23. 

LAURETTE. Laurette. Op^ra-Comiquc. 
See Haydn (F. J.) [La Vera Costanza.] 

LAURO SECCO. II Lauro Secco. Libro 
Primo di ^ladrigali a Cinque Yoci di 
Diuersi Autori. Basso. (Quinto.) 2 pts. 
Yittorio Baldini : Ferrara, 1582. 4". 

D. 156. 
Imperfect, wanting fol. A21, .413 and pp. 
lS-32oft]ic Basso part. This collection 
contains comjjositions by L. Marcnzio, 
H. Fiorino, C. Porta, L. Bertani, G. 
d'Wert, G. Eremita, L. Liizzaschi, A. 
Gabrieli, A. Millevillc, R. Giovanelli,P, 
Isnardi, T. Massaini, C. da Correggio, 

A. Striggio, A. Zuilo, I. Alberti, P. 
Virchi, F. Manara, A. daV Occa, N. 
Peruve, V. Fronti, B. Spontone, G. B. 
Mosto, G. Belli, H. Vecchi, M. A. In- 
gegnieri, A. Stabile, F. Pigna, G. 
Bardi and G. di Macque. 

LAURO VERDE. II Lauro Yerde, 

Madrigali a Sei Yoci di diuersi Autori. 

Quinto. Vittorio Baldini : 

Ferrara, 1583. 4". D. 155. 

This collection contains Madrigals by 

L. Maremio, C. Porta, G. B. Luca- 

telli, G. dc Macque, F. di Mo7ite, L. 

Meldcrt, L. Bertani, A. Orlandini, 

G. M. Nanino, G. d'Wert, A. Stabile, 

F. Rovigo, L. Luzzaschi, S. da Reggio, 

F. Soriano, N. Peruve, R. Giovanelli, 

B. Roy, H. Vecchi, A. Trombetti, H. 
Fiorino, P. Virchi, A. Milleville, G. 
B. Moscaglia, P. Isnardi, J. Corsini, 

G. Cavaccio, L. Mira, P. Bellasio, A, 
Ruotta and F, Nicoletti, 



26 



LAURO— LAWES 



LAUR.O VERDE. II Lauro Verde. 
Madrigali a Sei Voci Comi^osti di Diuersi 
Eccellentissimi Musici. Aggiontoui di piu 
doi IMadrigali a Otto voci, I'vno d' Ales- 
sandro Striggio, & di Gio. Gabrieli. Canto. 
(Alto.) (Quinto.) (Basso.) 4 pts. 

Axyprcsso I'ictro Phalcsio if- Giouanni 
Bcllero : Annersa, 1591. ohl. 4". '* 

A. 277. e. 

A reprint of the Ferrara edition, with 

tioo additions by A. Striggio and 

G. Gabrieli. 

LAURO (DoMENico) Missse Tres Octonis 

Vocibus Decantandffl, Ac omnium instru- 

mentorum generis accomodate. Addite 

partes infimse pro Organo, etc. Bassus 

Primi Chori. 

Apud Bicciardum Amadinum : Venctijs, 

1G07. 4'\ C. 81. 

LAUS. Laus Dei in Ecclesia Sanctorum. 

[Psalms.] See. Kobrich (J. J. A. B.) 
LAUSKA (Franz Srraphinus) Grande 
Sonate pour le Clavecin oi; Piano-Forte. . . 
Oeuvre i. CJu's Giinther £ Bijhme : 

Havibonrg, [1795.] obi. fol. e. 58. (1.) 
Grande Sonate pour le Clavecin ou le 
Piano Forte. . .Oeuvre iv. Clu's Giinther 
ctBlihmc: llambonrg, [Y!91.] obi. io\. 

c. 58. (2.) 
Sonate pour le Clavecin ou Piano-Forte . . . 
Oeuvre vi. CJiez Giinther et Bohvic : 

Hambonrg, [1797.J obi. fol. c. 58. (3.) 
Grande Sonate pour le Forte-Piano. 
Oiluvre 9. CJie.t J. A. Bohme : Hambonrg, 
[1800?] oR fol. e. 284. e. (4.) 

Grande Sonate pour le Forte-Piano . . . 
CEuvre 10. C7u's J. A. Bohme : 

Hambonrg, [ISOO?] obi. fol. 

e. 284. e. (5.) 
LAVENDER. The Lavender Girl. [Song.] 

,SVe Reeve (W.) [Mirth's Mnsenm.] 
LA VILLE-SUR-ILLOK" (Bernard 
Germain Etienne de) Connt de Laci'jiede. 
La Poetique de la Musique, dr. 2 Tom. 

De Ulmprimeria de Monsienr : Paris, 
1785. 8". 1042. h. 13. 

La Poetique de la IMusique, etc. 2 Tom. 
Paris, 1787. 12". 12206. ddd. 33. 

Part of the ' BibliotMqtie Univcrselle 
des Dames.' 
[Another edition.] La Poetique de la 
Musique, etc. 2 Tom. Paris, 1787. 12". 

1042. a. 11. 
LAVINIA. Lavinia. [Cantata.] 
See Billington (T.) 

LAVINIA A TURNO. Lavinia a 
Turno. Cantata. See Graun (C. H.) 

LA VOYE MIGNOT ( de) Traits 
de Musiqu'e pour bien et facilement ap- 
prendre a Chanter & Composer, tant pour 
les Voix que pour les Instruments. Divise 
en trois parties, etc. P. Ballard : Paris, 
165G, 4", 557*. d. 19. 



LAW. Law, Phisick & Divinity. [Song.] 
See Three. Three rosy fac'd Topers as 
ever was known. [1770?] s. sh. io\. 

G. 316. (142.) 

Law, Physic and Divinity. Song. 
See Three . Three rosy fac'd Topers as ever 
was known. [1772.] 8". P.P. 5438. z. 
LAW (Andrew) Select Harmony. Con- 
taining. . .the Rules of Singing : Together 
with a Collection of Psalm Tunes, Hymns 
and Anthems. [London ? 1780 ?] obi. 4". 

A. 816. 
LAWES (Henry) Ayres and Dialogues, 
for One, Two, and Three Voyces...The 
First Booke. few ms. notes. 

T. H.,for John Playford : London, 
1653. fol. F. 2. (1.) 

The Second Book of Ayres, and Dialogues, 
for One, Two, and Three Voyces. T. H. for 
Jo. Playford : London, 1655. fol. 

F. 2. (2.) 
Ayres and Dialogues, for One, Two, and 
Three Voyces. The Third Book. 

IF. Godbid for John Playford : Tendon, 
. 1658. fol. F. 2. a. 

The portrait has been cut ont of the title- 
page. 
A Paraphrase upon the Psalmes of David. 
By G[eorge] S[andj's]. Set to new Tunes 
for private Devotion : and a thorow Base, 
for Voice, or Instrument. John Legatf : 
London, 1638. fol. 3104. e. 8. 

Farming part of Sandys' 'Paraphrase 
vpon the Divine Poems.' 
A Paraphrase upon the Psalmes of David, 
by G[eorge] S[andys]. Set to new Tunes, 
etc. [London r] 16^8. 8". 11623. c. 6. 
Forming petrt of Sandys' 'Paraphrase 
npon the Divine Poems' 
A Paraphrase upon the Psalms of David. 
By George Sandys. Set to New Tunes. . . 
And in this Edition. . .Revised and Cor- 
rected. . .by John Playford. W. Godbid, 
for Abel Roper : Loudon, 1676. 8". 

1076. m. 7. 
Forming part of Sandys' ' Paraphrase 
7ipon the Divine Poems.' 
The Treasury of Musick : containing Ayres 
and Dialogues to Sing to the Theorbo- 
Lute or Basse- Viol. Composed by Mv. 
Henry Lawes . . . and other Excellent 
Masters. In Three Books. [With pre- 
faces by J. Playford.] William Godbid 
for John Playford : London, 1669. fol. 

G. 81. 
This is a reissue, wider a general title, 
of PlayforcVs First and Second Books 
of " Select Ayres and Dialogues " and 
H. Lawcs's Third Book of " Ayres and 
Dialogiies." 
See Playford (J.) Select Ayres and Dia- 
logues to Sing to the Theorbo-Lute or 
Basse-Viol . . . Composed by Mi: Henry 
Lawes, etc. 1669. fol. G. 82. (2.) 



LAWES— LEACH 



27 



LAWES (Henry) See Playford (J.) 
Select Ayres and Dialogues. . .Composed 
by. . .H. Lawes, etc. 1659. fol. 

G. 82. (1.) 

See Playford (J.) Select Musicall Ayres 
and Dialogues. . .by. . .H. Lawes, etc. 
1652. fol. F. 51. 

See Playford (J.) Select JIusicall Ayres 
and Dialogues. . .by. . .IMr. Henry Lawes, 
etc. 1653. fol. F. 51. a. 

See Stevens (R. J. S.) Seven Glees... 
and two Glees from INIelodies, by H. Lawes, 
etc. [1800 ?] obi. fol. E. 319. (4.) 

LAWES (Henry) and (William) Choice 
Psalmes put into Musick, for Three 
Voices. The most of which may properly 
enough be sung by any three, with a 
Thorough Base . . . With divers Elegies, 
set in Musick by sev'rall Friends, upon 
the death of W. Lawes. And . . . nine 
Canons . . . made by William Lawes. 
(Cantus primus.) (Cautus secundus.) 
(Bassus.) (Thorow Base.) 4 pts. 

James Young, for Humphrcij Moscley : 
London, 1648. 4". K.' 3. h. 18. 

Tlie composers of the Elegies are : 
H. Laives, D'' John Wilsoii, John 
Taylor, John Cob, Edm. Foster, 
Simon Ivc, John Jinkins and John 
Hilton. 

[Another copy.] 4 pts. C. 110. 

The Cantus Primus wants fol. E 4: (a 

blank leaf); the Cantus Sccundtis a 

similar leaf (P 4), a7id the Bassus 

fol. Aa. 

LAWES (William) Gather sweet rose- 
buds. Favourite Glee, for three voices, 
etc. [London,] 1794. s. sh. 4" 

P.P. 5141. 
Tlie Lady's Magazine, May, 1794. 

Gather your rosebuds while you may. 
See Gather. Gather your Rose-buds, 
etc. [Music by W. Lawes.] 
[1780 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 308. (32.) 

Sec Lawes (H.) and (W.) Choice 
Psalmes put into ^lusick, for Three 
Voices, etc. 1648. 4". K. 3. h. 18. 

See Playford (J.) Select Musicall Ayres 
and Dialogues. . .by. . .Mr. William Lawes, 
etc. 1653. fol. F. 51. a. 

See Playford (J.) Select Ayres and 
Dialogues . , . Composed by . . . W. Lawes 
. . .and other. . .Masters of Musick. 
1659. fol. G. 82. (1.) 

LAWFELT. La Lawfielt. Fanfare. 
See Dampierre ( de) Marguis. 

LAWFUL. Lawful Love. [Song.] 
See 'Tis. 'Tis true the Law I do profess. 
[1780?] s.sh.iol. G. 312. (170.) 



LAWTON (D.) The Leeds Volunteer's 
IMarch. . . [Full Score and] Arranged for 
the Organ or Harpsichord, with a Varia- 
tion. Longman and Broderip, for the 
Author : London, [1794 ?] fol. 

g. 133. (35.) 
LAWYER. The Lawyer's Duel. [Song 
and Chorus.] Sec After. After a pauze 
of great Guns loud salute, etc. 
[1655?] fol. Harl. 5936. (399.) 

The Lawyer's Glee. See Woman. A 
W^oman having a settlement, etc. 
[1799.] fol. G. 809. e. (72.) 

LAY. Lay aside the reap-hook. [Song.] 
See Leveridge (R.) [The Mountebank.] 
LAYLAND (Thomas) Ah Damon, dear 
Shepherd adieu. A Favorite Elegy, etc. 

G[eorge] S[mart : London, 
1780 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 306. (93.) 

LAZARI (Alberto) Armouie Spirituali 
Concertate a 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. & 6. voci con le 
Lettanie della B. Vergine a 4. & 8. si 
place, con il Basso Continuo . . . Libro 
Secondo. Opera Secouda, etc. Canto. 
(Alto.) (Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto e 
Sesto.) (Settimo, e Ottauo.) (Organo.) 
7 pts. Apresso Bartolomeo Magni : 

Venetia, 1637. 4°. D. 50. 

LAZARUS. Lazarus, oder die Feyer der 
Aufstehung. Ein musikalisches Drama. 
See RoLLE (J. H.) 
LE. L'avcz vous vu mou bien aime. 
Ronde. See Fee Urgele. 
L'on vous dit tons les ans. Air. 
See DuBUissoN ( ) 
Le connais-tu, ma chere Ele'onore. Ari- 
ette Nouvelle. [Paris, 1780 ?1 8". 

B. 362. a. (151.) 
[Another copy.] B. 362. e. (32.) 

Le connais tu, ma chere Kleonore. Ari- 
ette, avec Accompagne'"' de Guithare, par 
M' Comien. Chez Frere : 

[Paris, 1785 ?] S". B. 362. e. (18.) 

Le voici ce beau jour. Anniversaire de la 
chute du dernier Roi des Franrais . . . 
[Song, words] Par le Ci. Perrin. 
Chez Frere : [Paris, 1794 ?] 8". 

E. 1717. b. (27.) 

LEACH ( ) Organist at Cheshunt. The 

Hertfordshire Yeomanry Cavalry. A New 

Song, etc. Longman and Broderip, 

for the Author : London, [1796 ?] fol. 

G. 376. (23.) 
LEACH (James) A New Sett of Hymns 
and Psalm Tunes . . . with Accompani- 
ments, & a Thoro' Bass, the whole figured 
for the Organ, Harpsichord or Piano-Forte. 
Preston £ Son, for the Author : London, 
[1789.] obi. 4". B. 844. (1.) 

A Second Sett of Hymns and Psalm 
Tunes, etc. Preston d: Son, for the 

Author : London, [1794.] obi. i". 

B. 844. (2.) 



28 



LEACH— LE BCEUF 



LEACH (3.) Go gentle Breezes to yon 
vei'clant Grove. Glee. See Herscheld 
(F. W.) The favorite Eccho Catch, and 
the preceeding Glee [by S. Leach], etc. 
[ITSO.j obi. fol. F. 607. y. (8.) 

• LEANDER (Henry) By those Eyes. A 
Favorite Duett for Two Voices. . .with an 
Accompaniment for a Pedal Harp, or 
Piano Forte, f^c. London, [1800?] fol. 

G. 805. h. (27.) 
See DuFRESNOY ( ) Madame. A Favorite 
Sonata... for the Harp. . .arranged with 
Accompaniments for Two French Horns 
. . .by H. Leander. [1800 ?] fol. 

h. 1480. h. (7.) 

LEANDRE. L^andre chez Colinette un 
jour. Suite dc la Lanterne Magique. 
Air, Philis defmande] son portrait [by 
Albanesel. [Paris, 1780?] 8". 

B. 362. a. (160.) 

LEANDRE CANDIDE. En fixant 
notre pianette. Vaudeville de Leandrc 
Ccmdide, . . .Swv I'Air de Figaro. 
[Paris, 1784.] 8". B. 362. c. (27.) 

LE ANDRE ET HERO. Leandre et 
Hero. Tragedie [words by Lefranc de 
Pompignan], mise en Musique par 
I'Auteur du Ballet de 1' Empire de 
I'Amour [i.e. the Marquis Eeue de Beam 
Brassac], etc. Partition . . . Gravee par 
Labass^e. Cites M""^ Boivin, etc. : 

Paris, 1750. fol. I. 322. 

LiiANDRE NANETTE. Leandre 
Nanette, ou le Double Qui-pro-quo. 
Parade en un acte, en vers et en Vaude- 
villes, etc. [By C. F. Ragot de Graudval. 
With the music of an Air and a Vaude- 
ville.] Cliqnanco'urt, 1756. 8". 

11738. f. 39. (9.) 

LEAP YEAR. Leap Year. [Song, 
begins : ' Come round me ye lasses.'] 
See DiBDiN (C.) [Christinas Gambols.'] 
Leap Year. [Song, begins : ' Won't you 
hail the leap year.'] 

See DiBDiN (C.) [Private Theatricals.] 
Leap Year. [Song, begins: ' A Shepherdess 
one Morning fair.'] Sec T., J. 

LEARNED. The Learned Pig. Comic 
Song. See Since. Since London's the 
place, etc. [1780 ?] fol. H. 1994. (59.) 

LEAVE. Leave me shephard. Song. 
See Stanley (J.) 

Leave yo'' Folded Flocks in Peace. A 
neio Song by an Eminent Master [i.e. H. 
Carey]. [London, 1720?] s. s7i. fol. 

H. 1601. (294.) 

Leave your folded Flocks in Peace to 
sleep. Pastoral. [By H. Carey.] 
[LoHfZo'n, 1740?] s. sh. io\. 

G. 316. a. (34.) 

.4 leaf from Vol. I. of Carey's ' Musical 
Century.' 



LEAVES. The Leaves so green. [Song.] 
See Arnold (S.) [TJie Castle of Anda- 
lusia.] 

LE BEGUE (Nicolas Antoine) Les 
Pieces de Clauessiu compos6es par Mr. le 
Begue, etc. Chez le S'' Baillon : Paris, 
1677. obi. fol. K. 10. a. 14. 

Second Livre de Clavessin, etc. Chez le 
Sieur Lcsclop : Paris, [1680 ?] ohl. fol. 

K. 10. a. 15. 

Premier Liuro des Pieces d'Orgues. . .auec 
les Varietez, les agreements, et la maniere 
de toucher i'Orgue apresant Sur tons les 
Jeux, etc. Chez le Sieur Lesclop : [Paris, 
1676 ?] obi. fol. K. 10. a. 13. 

LEBEUF (Jean) Trait6 Historique et 
Pratique sur le Chant Ecclesiastique. Avec 
le Directoire qui en contient les principes 
& les regies, suivant I'usage present du 
Diocese de Paris, & autres. Precede d'une 
Nouvelle Methode, etc. Chez C. J. B. 

Herissant : Paris, 1711. 8°. 

1042. d. 15. 

LEBLANC ( ) LaFolleGageure.Com^- 
die, en un Acte et en prose, melee d'Ari- 
ettes. . .Paroles de M. Leger, etc. 
Chez Caillcau cC Fits : Paris, 1790. 8°. 

11738. h. 13. (3.) 
Containing the voice part of a few songs 
only. 
Gabrielle et Paulin. [For songs, &c., pub- 
lished anonymously :] 
See Gabrielle et Paulin. 

Nieod^me dans la Lune. [Folic in prose, 
with songs, &c. Words and music by 
Cousin Jacques, accompaniments by Le- 
blanc. For songs, &c., published anony- 
mously :] See Nicodeme dans la Lune. 

[La Noce B6arnaise.] Roder, veiller, sans 
cesse etre aux aguets. Ariette, etc. 
[1787.] 8°. See Noce Bearnaise. 

B. 362. c. (72.) 

LEBLANC (Didier) Airs de Plusieurs 
Musiciens. Sur les Poesies de Ph. Des- 
portes & autres des plus excellants Poetes 
de nostre terns. Reduiz a 4. parties, Par 
M.D.Le Blanc. Superius. (Tenor.) 2 pts. 
Adrian le Roy, d; Robert Bcdlard : Paris, 
1582. obi. 16". K. 2. b. 7. 

Second Livre d'Airs des plus excelants 
Musiciens de nostre tems. Reduiz a 
quatre parties. Par M. Di. Le Blanc. 
Superius. Adrian le Roy, cC Robert. 

Ballard : Paris, 1579. obi. 16". 

K. 2. b. 6. 

LE BCEUF ( ) Traits d'Harmonie et 

Regies d'Accompaguement servaus a la 

Composition, suivant le Sisteme de M. 

Rameau, etc. An Bureau Musical : 

Paris, [176S.] obi. fol. e. 358. 



LE BRUN— LECLAIR 



29 



LE BRUN (Franziska) Six Sonatas, 
for the Harpsichord or Piano Porte with 
an Accompaniment for a Violin, etc. 
[Op. 1.] Printed for the Ant Jior : London, 
[1778?] fol. h. 1689. (1.) 

Six Sonatas. . .Op. 1. [Separate Parts.] 
J. Bland : London, [1785 ?] fol. 

h. 1480. c. (13.) 
Six Sonatas for the Piano Forte or Harpsi- 
chord with an Accompanyment for a Violin 
. . .Op. II. The Author : London, 

[1778?] fol. h. 1689. (2.) 

LE BRUN (LuDWiG August) The Favor- 
ite Dances for the Year 1782 called Armida. 
J. Blundcll : London, [1782.] obi. 4". 

b. 51. d. (3.) 

Six Trios pour Deux Violons et Violoncello 
. . . Oeuvre 1". [Separate Parts.] 
Chez M: Goetz : Mannheim, ni80?] fol. 

g. 420. d. (7.) 

LE CERF DE LA VIEVILLE (Jean 
Louis) Comparaison de la ^Musique Itali- 
enne & de la jMusique Fran(,'oise. See 
HiSTOiHE. Histoire de la Musique, etc. 
[Vols. II-IV by J. L. Le Cerf de la 
Vieville.] 1725. 12\ 1042. f. 7. 8. 

LE CHEVALLIER (Amedke) Scelta 
delle pill belle Ariette, e Canzocine Itali- 
ane, de' piu famosi Autori. . .Accommo- 
date al suoiio di Flauto, Violino, & altri 
Stromenti, racolte d' A. Le Chevallier. 
(Violino Primo.) (Basso Continuo.) 2 pts. 
P. cC- J. Blaeu : Amsterdam, 1G91. obi. 4'\ 

C. 404. (3.) 

See LuLLi (G. B.) Les Trios des Opera 
de Monsieur de LuUy, mis en ordre pour 
les concerts, etc. [Arranged, with a pre- 
face, by A. Le Chevallier.] 

1690. (1691.) obi. W C. 404. (1.) 

See RosiERS (C.) Pieces Choisies. . .Mises 
en ordre par A. Le ChevaUier, etc. 

1691. obi. 4". C. 404. (2.) 
See Rousseau (J.) 2ilethode Claire . . . 
pour apprendre a chanter la ]\Iusique . . . 
Le tout mis en ordre par A. Le Chevalier, 
etc. 1691. obi. 4°. 785. a. 7. 

LECHNER (Leonhard) Harmonite mis- 
cellte Cantionum Sacrarum, ah Exquisi- 
tissimis yEtatis Nostrie ^lusicis cum 
Quinque & Sex vocibus concinnatfe. . . 
editce studio Leouardi Lechneri, etc. 
Cantus. (Altus.) (Tenor.) (Basis.) (Quinta 
(Sexta) Vox.) 6 pts. Typis 

Gcrlachianis : Noriberga-, 1583. obi. 4°. 

A. 249. c. 
The Tenor part alone is dated. The com- 
posers named in this collection are : 

0. de Lasso, P. de Monte, C. de Bore, 
Hannibal Paduano, I. P. Pninestimis, 

1. de Wert, A. Gabrieli, F. de Lasso, C. 
Porta, M. A. Lujegnerius, H. Stabilis, 
I. Guami, A. Gabrieli, A. Morari, L. 



Lechner, Don Ferdinaiulus de las In- 
fantas, G. Prevost, A. Gorswinus, T. 
Biccius, G. Florins, A. Fcrabosco, H. 
Baccusiiis and H. Meloni. 

[Another copy. Cantus. (Altus.) (Tenor.) 
(Basis.) (Sexta Vox.)] 5 pts. A. 249. f. 

Liber Missarum Sex et Quinque Vocum. . . 
Adjunctis aliquot Introitibus in prrecipua 
festa. . .iisque Sex & Quinque vocum, etc. 
Cantus. (Altus.) (Basis.) (Quinta & Sexta 
Vox.) 4 pts. Tijpis Gcrlachianis : 

Norimbergae, 1584. obi. 4". A. 249. d. 

Motectse Sacrse, Quatuor, Quinque, et Sex 
Vocum, ita compositae, ut non solum viua 
voce commodissime cautari, sed etiam ad 
omnis generis instrumenta optime adhi- 
beri possint . . . Addita est in fine Slotecta 
octo vocum, e/c. Altus. Lnjyresste . . .iii 
Officina typographica Katharinte, Theo- 
dorici Gerlachij relictte Vidtuv, cC Hurc- 
dum loannis Montani : Noriberg;>', 

1576. obi. 4". A. 249. 

Sacrarum Cantionum, Quinque et Sex 
Vocum, Liber Secundus, etc. Altus. 
In Officina Catharime Gerlachin, d Hiere- 
dum lohannis Montani : Koribergm, 
1581. obi. 4". A. 249. b. 

Newe Teutsche Lieder, mit Vier vnd Fiinff 
Stimmen, Welche ganz lieblich zusingen, 
auch auff allerley Instrumenten zuge- 
brauchen, etc. Discant. (Altus.) (Tenor.) 
(Basis.) (Quinta Vox.) 5 pts. Gedruckt 
durch Nicolatim Knorrn : Xiirnbcrg, 

1577. obi. 4". A. 249. a. 

Neue lustige Teutsche Lieder, nach art 
der Welschen Canzoneu, mit vier Stimmen 
componirt. . .Slit etlichen ncuen Composi- 
tionen. . .gemehret. Secunda Vox. 

Gedruckt durch Katharinam Gerlachin : 
Nilrmberg, 1588. obi. 4". A. 249. e. 

See Regxabd (.J.) Newe Teutsche Lieder, 
...mit fiinff Stimmen gesetzet, durch 
Leonardum Lechnerum, etc. 
1579. obi. 4". A. 369. c. 

LECLAIR (Jean IMarie) Six Concerto e 
Tre Violini, Alto e Basso per Organo a 
Violoncello. Composes par ^NP Le Clair 
I'Aine. Graves par son Epouse ... Pre- 
miere Partie. CEuvre vii"'". [Separate 
Parts.] Chez V Auteur : Paris, 

[1740?] fol. g. 220. c. 

Scylla et Glaucus. [For airs published 
anonymously :] See Scylla et Glaucus. 

Sonates a Deux Violons sans Basse . . . 
Gravees par ]\1"= L. Roussel. Troisieme 
Ouvrage. Chez VAuteiir : Paris, 

1730. fol. g. 220. b. 

Premier Livre de Sonates a Violon Seul 
avec la Basse Continue. . .Gravees par 
L. Hue, etc. Chez le S'' Boivin : Paris, 
1723. fol. i. 8. a. (1.) 



30 



LECLAIR— LEE 



LECLAIR (Jean Marie) Second Livrc 
flc Senates pour le Violon et pour la 
Flute Traversiere avec la Basso Continue 
. . .Gravees par W' Louise Roussel. 
Chez VAuteur: Paris, [1725?] fol. 

i. 8. a. (2.) 

Troisieme Livrc de Senates a Violon Seul 
avec la Basse Continue. . .Gravees par 
M""= Leclair. . .GEuvre v. Chez VAuteur : 
Paris, [1735?] fol. g. 220. a. 

Quatrieme Livre de Sonates a Violon 
Seul avec la Basse Continue. . .Gravees 
par M'"" Le Clair. . .Oi^uvre ix. 
Chez VAuteur: Paris, [11 4:5^] fol. i. 8. 
Imperfect, wanting pp. 4, 5, u-hicli have 
been suppVied in MS. 
[Quatrieme Livre de Sonates. CEuvre ix. 
N"' 1, 12, 4, 3, 5 and 6.] Six Solos for a 
Violin with a Bass for the Harpsichord 
or Violoncello. Opera Secouda. 

Printed for I. Walsli : London, 
[1755?] fol. g- 220. 

LECLERC (Jean) Premier Recueil de 
Contre Danses . . . avec la Basse Continue 
et chiffree. Receuilly et mis en ordre par 
M' Le Clerc. Gravees par M"° Le clair. 
Chez Lc &•'■ Le clerc : Paris, [1729.] fol. 

h. 422. 

LECLERC (Jean Baptiste) Essai sur 
la Propagation de la IMusique en France, 
sa Conservation, et ses Rapports avec le 
Gouvernement. 

De VImprimeric Nationale : Paris, An iv 
[17%]. 8\ 557*. d. 35. (1.) 

LE CLERE (Victoire) Madame. The 
Virgin's First Love. A Favorite Ariette. 
With an Accompaniment for the Harp 
or Piano Forte and German Flute. The 
Melody by ^ladame V. Le Clere, adapted 
to English Words & t)ie Accompaniments 
by an Eminent Composer. L. Lavenu : 
London, [1800?] fol. G. 800. m. (37.) 

LE9ON. La Le(,;on Galante. [Song.] 
See Dkcouvrez. Decouvrez un tendre. 
mistere. [1785?] 8\ B. 362 e. (109.) 

LECONS. Lecons d'Epicure, ou I'Aim- 
able Philosophic. [Song.] Sec Amour. 
L' Amour est un bien supreme, etc. 
[1785?] 8". B. 362. a. (182.) 

LE COQ, ( ) of Arras. Le Parfait 
Biberon. Cbanson. . .Les paroles sont de 
M-^ Bracheu. [Paris,'] 1745. s. sh. 4". 

297. c. 4. 
Mercure de France, Dec, 1745. 

L^DA. L6da. Cantatille. 
See Mouret (J. J.) 

LEDERER (Joseph) Fiinf Vespern samt 
f iinf andern Psalmen . . . einem besondern 
Magnificat, und einem Stabat Mater... 
bestehend in Discant, Alt, Tenor, Bass, 



zvveyen Violinen, zweyen Waldhornern, 
Orgel und Violone, etc. 10 pts. 

Zu finden hey clem Author : Ulm, 
1780. fol. H. 3160. a. 

Fiinf Vespern. . . Zwote Aufiage. 10 pts. 
Bey J. J. Lotter tmd Sohn : Augsburg, 
1789. fol. H. 3160. 

LEDUC (Simon) Second Livrc de Sonates 
pour le Violon. . .Oeuvre iv. 
Chcs M-- le Due : Paris, [1770?] fol. 

g. 422. a. (5.) 

LEDUC (Simon) and GOSSEC (Francois 
Joseph) Trois Sinfonies a deux Violons, 
Taille et Basse, Flutes ou Hautbois & 
Cors de Chasse. . .CEuvre i. [Separate 
Parts.] J. Schmitt : Amsterdam, 

[1770?] fol. g. 257. a. (2.) 

LEE (Peter) A Conversation Piece, for 
two Persons to Sing and Play together, 
on one Harpsichord or Piano Forte. 

Printed for the Author: [London, 
1790 ?] obi. fol. e. 108. (10.) 

Damon and Delia. A Favorite Rondou, 
etc. [London, 1785 ?] fol. 

H. 1653. (34.) 

[Another edition.] Damon and Delia, 
etc. The Author : Putney, [1785 ?] fol. 

H. 2818. (14.) 

A Small Collection of Hymns for the 
Organ or Harpsichord. . .The Words by 
D' Watts. Holland iC C", for the Author : 
London, [1785 ?] obi. 4^ B. 788. (3.) 

The Jolly Fellow. [Song.] 
See infra : The Tar in Distress. 

Six Progressive Lessons for the Harpsi- 
chord or Piano Forte, containing many 
Usefull passages, with the manner of 
fingering them. Printed for the Author : 
Wandsimrth, [1785 ?] obi. fol. 

e. 101. (5.) 

Three Sonatas for the Harpsichord or 
Piano Forte, with an Accompanymeut 
for a Violin or German Flute. . .Op. 2''. 

Priiited for the Author: [London, 
1786?] fol. h. 60. (5.) 

The Tar in Distress. A Glee for 3 Voices, 
also adapted for the Piano Forte . . . 
Written and Composed by P. Lee. (The 
Jolly Fellow. [Song.]) Printed for the 
Author: London, [1790?] fol. 

G. 806. f. (45.) 



[Another copy.] 



G. 808. e. (30.) 



William & Mary, two favorite Rondos 
with an Accompaniment for a Violin, or 
German Flute . . . Written and Composed 
by P. Lee. Printed for the Author : 

London, [1788 ?] fol. G. 366. (28.) 



LEEUW— LEFEVRE 



31 



LEEUW (CoRNELis de) See Pees (D. P.) 
Bellerophoii, of Lust tot Wysheyt. . .op 't 
uieuw. . . vermeedert . . .De Musijck door 
C. de Leeuw gecorrigeert. 1669. 8". 

C. 64. b. 16. (1.) 
[For editions of the Dutch Psalter as 
corrected by Cornelis de Leeuw and first 
published in 16G2 :] See Psalms. [Duich.] 

LEEVES (William) Auld Robin Gray. 
See Since. Since Jenny she has married. 
Jamie's Complaint, or the Sequel to Auld 
Robin Gray. [Song.] Set to the Original 
Air [by W. Leeves] etc. [1870 ?] fol. 

G. 311. (159.) 

See When. When the Sheep are in 

the fauld. Auld Robin Gray, etc. [Bv W. 
Leeves.] [1780?] fol. G. 313. (177.) 

[Another edition.] Sec When. When 

the Sheep are in the fauld, etc. [By W. 
Leeves.] [1782?] fol. G. 383. i. (47.) 

[Another edition.] See When. When 

the sheep are in the fauld, etc. 

[1785?] fol. G. 383. i. (48.) 

[Another edition.] See When. When 

the Sheep are in the fauld, etc. [By. W. 
Leaves.] [1790?] fol. H. 1651. b. (61.) 

. [Another edition.] See Young. Young 

Jamie lov'd me weel. Auld Robin Gray, 
with the new. . .Tunc. TBv W. Leeves.] 
[1785 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1601. a. (69.) 

The Pigeon. [Song.] See Why. Why 
tarries my Love?... By the Author of 
Auld Robin Gray [W. Leeves]. 
[1790?] fol. G. 296. (16.) 

LEFEiBURE (Andre) L' Amour Protec- 
teur. Cautatillc avec Sjinphonio, etc. 
Chez I'Auteur: Paris, [1755?] fol. 

H. 56. (2.) 

Dans cc sejour. Idee, tircc du Temple 
de Gnidc. Sur I'Air de la ]Musette de 
M. Lefebvre : Dans ce Verger, mon Berger 
&c. [Words] Par M. Du. :M. 
IParis,] 1760. s. sh. 8\ 297. d. 24. 

Mercure de France, July, 1760. 

L'Heureux Dcpit. Cautatillc a Voix scule 
avec Simphoiiic. Chez VAuteur : Paris, 
[1755?] fol. H. 56. (1.) 

La Peiisee. Cautatillc a Voix Seule avec 
Simphonic, c^c. Cliez VAuteur: Paris, 
[1755?] fol. H. 56. (3.) 

La Retraite dc Boree. Cautatillc, a Yoix 

seule avec Simphonie, etc. 

dies I'Auteur : Paris, [1755 ?] fol. 

H. 56. (4.) 

LEFEBURE (Louis FRAN901S Henri) 
Bevues, Erreurs et meprises de difierens 
Auteurs celebres, en jMatieres IMusicales. 
Clicz Knapcn Fits : Paris, 1789. 12^ 

1042. d. 20. (2.) 



liE FEBVRE (Francois) Le Dieu Gard 
de la Ville de Paris, a IMonseigueur de 
Guise. . .a son retonr de la prise de Calais, 
par Sonnets heroiques. Autheur Fran(;'ois 
Habert de Berry. Auec vne chanson en 
I'houeur de mondict Seigneur de Guise, 
mise en musique par Fran(,'ois Le Febure. 
De Vimprimerie de la vefue de P. Attaing- 
nant : Paris, 1558. 8°. 238. m. 3. (4.) 

LE FEVRE (Jacques) o/j^taji;Zes. [Musica 
libris demonstrata quatuor.] Begin. In 
hoc opere contenta . . . ^lusica libris demon- 
strata quattuor, etc. Sig. f I : Jacobi Fabri 
Stapulensis Elementa Musicalia, etc. 

Joanyies Higmanus et Vulgang Hopilius : 
Parhisij, 1490. fol. Case 14. b. 14. 

[Another copy.] IB. 40140. 

Imperfect, quanting all but sigs. fl-h YI. 

[Another copy.] IB. 40141. 

Imperfect, loanting the last tioo leaves. 

Begin. In hoc opere contenta : ...Musica 
libris quatuor demostrata, etc. 
Hcnricus Stephanas : Parisiis, 1514. fol. 

8532. fF. 13. 

Begin. Petri Cirueli Darocesis questiucula 
prcuia in INIusicam speculatiuam Diui 
Scuerini Boetii. (Sig. a ii : lacobi Fabri 
Stapulensis Elementa Musicalia, etc.) End. 
Quarti Elementorum Musices Finis, etc. 
Sec Cirvelo (P.) Cursus quattuor mathe- 
maticarum artiu liberaliu, etc. [Part iv.] 
1516. 4'. 8534. e. 24. 

Begin. Petri Cirueli. . .questiuncula preuia 
in ilusicam speculatiuam Diui seuerini 
boetii. (Sig. a ii : lacobi Fabri Stapulensis 
Elementa Musicalia, etc.) Sec Cirvelo 
(P.) [Cursus quattuor mathematicarum 
artia libcralin, etc. Pt. IV.] Petri Cirueli 
.. .questiuncula, e?c. 1528. 4". 

7896. f. 26. 

Musica libris quatuor demonstrata. 

A2yud Gulielmum Cuuellat : Parisiis, 
1551. 4". 557*. c. 13. 

[Another copy.] 556. c. 25. 

LEFEVRE (Jean Xavier) Mere com- 
mune des humaius. Hymne a V Agricul- 
ture, par Coupigny. Au Magasin de 
Musique a l' usage des Fetes Nationales : 
[Paris, 1796.] 8". E. 1717. b. (32.) 

LEFEVRE (Joseph) A Concise Method 
to attain the Art of playing on the Cistre, 
etc. Longman and Broderip : London, 

[1790?] fol. h. 1176. 

LEFEVRE (Simon) A. J. Zederymen, 

bestaande in Zangen en Gedigten. Ver- 

(;iert met Nieuwe Muzijk, etc. 

Ian Rieuivertsz : V Amsterdcmi, 1656. 8". 

i A. 1167. 



3'2 



LEFEVRE— LEGOUX 



IiEFEVRE (Theodoke) [Caroline.] Un 
Jour pur eclairoit mon ame. Romance. 
ri789. 1 8". See Caboline. 
^ B. 362. a. (93.) 

Le Prix, ou I'Embarras du Choix. [For 
songs, &c., published anonymously:] 
See Prix. 

LE FROID ( ) Pourquoy veuir troubler 
le repos de ma vie. Air Nouveau. 
[Paris, 1678.] s. sh. obi. i". P.P. 4482. 
Nouveau Mercure Galant, May, 1678, 
Xy. 45. 
Que sert a mon amour. Air Nmiveatt. 
[Paris,] 1679. s. sh. obi. 4". P.P. 4482. 
Nouveau Mercure Galant, June, 1679, 
p. 131. 

LEGAI ( ) Lorsque sur ta musette. 

Musette, etc. Gravee 

par Labassec. Imprimee par Tournclle : 

[Paris,] 1757. s. sh. 8". 297. d. 8. 

Mercure de France, July, 1757. 

LEGARD ( ) Recueil d'Airs Francois, 
et Italiens, avec un Accompagnement de 
Harpe ou de Clavecin, etc. To be had at 
M>- Yoqler's : London, [1770 ?] fol. 

G. 295. a. (4.) 
This collection contains songs by Gluck, 
Piccini, Rauzzini, Albanese, Millico, 
Gretry, Bcrtoni, Edclman, Sacchini, 
Gazzaniga, ColUzzi, PaesicUo, Dcs 
Aides, d' Arondcau and Salieri. 

LEGAT DE FURCY (Antoine) 
L'Amant Indecis. Chanson. (Les paroles 
de M. P. M. B. L., etc.) 
[Paris,] 1767. s. sh. 8°. 297. e. 6. 

Mercure de France, March, 1767. 

Autrefois aux pieds de Themire. Air, etc. 

Gravi par M"" Labasst'e. Imprime par 
Tournellc : [Paris,] 1758. s. sh. 8". 

297. d. 12. 

Mercure de France, March, 1758. 
En vain de coquettes Beautes. Chanson. 
(Les Paroles sont de M. Guichard, etc.) 
[Paris,] 176-2. s. sh. 8". 298. d. 1. 

Mercure de France, Jan., 1762. 

En vain un cceur bien euflamme. Pas- 
torale, etc. Gravi^ par 
M" CharpentitK Imprime par Tournellc : 
[Paris,] 1760. s. sh. 8". 297. d. 25. 
Mercure de France, August, 1760. 

Un matin sur son chalumeau. Air, etc. 

Gravt^ par ill"*' Labasst^c. Tmprimf par 
Tournclle : Paris, [1757.] s. sh. 8". 

297. d. 10. 
Mercure de France, Nov., 1757. 

Oeconomie du Plaisir. Ronde de Table. 
(Les Paroles de M. P * * *.) Gi-av,! par 

M<- Charpentu'. Imprim^ par Tournellc : 
[Paris,] 1762. s. sh. 8". 298. d. 3. 

Mercure de France, June, 1762. 



LEGAT DE FURCY (Antoine) 
Le Pour et le Centre, Romance, etc. (Les 
paroles sont de M. le Chevalier de Juilly 
Thomassin, e^c.) Grav6 par 

il/'- Charpentii. Imprinn' par Tournclle : 
[Paris,] 1760. s. sh. 8". 297. d. 26. 

Mercure de France, Dec, 1760. 

On peut encor dans la prairie. Chanson. 

Grave par M"" Labassee : 

[Paris, 1757.] s. sh. 8\ 297. h. 31. 

Choix des Anciens Mercures, Tom. VIII. , 

p. 121. 

Que je vous aime ! Air, etc. Gravf par 
M"'- Labasst'e. Imprivu^ par Tournellc: 
[Paris,] 1758. s. sh. 8". 297. d. 12. 

Mercure de France, April, 1758. 

Sans frayeur dans ce bois. Air, etc. 

Gravf par M"" Labassie : 
[Paris, 1757.] s. sh. 8". 297. h. 30. 

Choix des Anciens Mercures, Tom. VI., 
p. 144. 

Nouveaux Solfeges ou Lemons de Musique 
dans le Genre moderne . . . Graves par 
Gerardin. Chez M>- Bouin : 

Paris, [1787.] fol. G. 494. 

Vos yeux du tendre Amour. Air, etc. 
(Les Paroles sont de M. de INIurville.) 
[Paris,] 1778. 8". 297. f. 26. 

Mercure de France, Oct., 1778. 

Vous chantes lorsque tout sommeille. 
Petit Air, etc. [Paris, 1785 ?] 8". 

B. 362. b. (9.) 

LEGER (PRAN90XS Pierre Auguste) 
Ziste et Zeste. . .Folic en un Acte, eic. 
[With music to the concluding Vaudeville, 
by F. P. A. Leger.] [1796.] 8". 
See Ziste et Zeste. 11738. h. 11. (6.) 

[Ziste et Zeste.] Plein de la plus vive 
ardeur. Vaudeville . . . Paroles et Musique 
du C"' Leger. Chez la C'" Lcbeau : 

[Paris, 1796.] 8". B. 362. (111.) 

LEGERDEMAIN. Legerdemain. 
[Song.] See Dibdin (C.) [Tom WilJdns.] 

LEGGIADRE NIMPHE. Lcggiadre 
Nimphe a Trc Voci. Alia Napolitana. 
De Diuersi Eccellentissimi Autori. Noua- 
mente Con diligentia Stampate. Canto. 
(Tenore.) 2 pts. 

Apprcsso Angelo Gardano, £ I ratelli : 

Venetia, 1606. 4". D. 191. 

Tim composers named in this collection 

are : Luigi Francese del Liuto, 0. 

Vecchi, Sabino and B. Donato. 

LEGOUX (L. R.) Lovely Sally. A 
Favorite Ballad for the Piano Forte. 
The Words and Music by L. R. Legoux. 

Printed for the Author : London, 
[1800?] fol. H. 1653. (35.) 



LE GRAND— LEISENTRIT 



33 



IjE grand (Nicolas Feedikand) 

A. Alewyns Harderszangen. I\Iet Zang- 
kunst verrykt door N. P. Le Grand. 
Opera Seconda. Tot gemak der Speelers 
op de G. sleutel gesteld. De tweede Druk. 

Gedruki by de Wed: 
Hennanus van Hulkenroy : Haarlem, 
1716. 4". B. 331. 

See SwEERTS (C.) K. Sweerts Mengel- 
zangen en Zinne Beelden. (Tweede Deel 
der Mengel-Zangen. . .op !Muzyk gestelld 
door F. Le Grand, etc.) (1G95.) 4^ 

B. 586. 

LEGRENZI (Giovanni) Cantate, e 
Cauzonette a Voce Sola . . . Opera Duo- 
decima, etc. Per Giacomo Monti : 

Bologna, 1676. ohl. 4". B. 315. 

Complete con le Lettanie & Antifone della 

B. V. a 5 voci. . .Opera vii. Canto. (Alto.) 
(Teuore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) (Basso Con- 
tinuo.) 6 pts. 

A'ppresso Francesco Magni detto Gardano : 

Vcnetia, 1662. 4". D. 68. b. 

Wanting all the title-pages except tJiose 

of the Basso and Quinto, 
Sacri e Festivi Concent! Messa e Salmi a 
due Chori con stromenti a beneplacito. . . 
Opera Nona. Canto (Alto) (Tenore) (Basso) 
. Primo Ch. (Canto (Alto) (Tenore) (Basso) 
Sec. Ch.) [Basso Contiuuo.] (Violiuo 
Primo.) (Violiuo 2.) (Tenore (Alto) Viola.) 
(Basso Viola da brazzo.) 14 pts. 

Appresso Francesco Magni Gardano : 

Yenetia, 1667. 4°. D. 68. 

Only the voice parts and the Alto Viola 

have title-pages. 
Sentimenti Devoti. Espressi con la- 
Musica di Duo e Tre Voci . . . Libro Secondo. 
Opera Sesta. Prima (Seconda) Parte. 
(Basso Continue.) 3 pts. 
Presso i Heredi di P. Phalesio : Anversa, 
1665. i\ D. 68. a. 

LEGROS (Joseph) D'une voix timide 
et sincere. Arietta Nouvellc, etc. 
[Paris, 1780?] 8°. B. 362. c. (21.) 

L'Olympe est-il sur la terre. Pondcait. 
(Les paroles de M. Mantelle, etc.) 
[Paris,] 1767. s. sh. 8°. 297. e. 9. 

Mercure de France, July, 1767. 

LEIGH {Sir Samuel Egerton) The 
Genius of England's Invocation to Bri- 
tannia, [Song on the restoration to health 
of George III.,] as sung by Mr. lucledon 
. . .at Vauxhall Gardens, etc. 
G. Goulding : London, [1789.] fol. 

G. 360. (31*.) 
The Grove. A favorite Song and Duett 
. . . properly adapted for the Voice, Harp, 
Harpsichord, Flute & Guitar. 
London, [1190?'} fol. G. 354. (22.) 

It's Henry I love. A Favorite Song, etc. 
A. Bland : London, [1790 ?] fol. 

G. 808. e. (31.) 

VOL. II. 



LEIGH {Sir Samuel Egeeton) The 
New Hours of Love, containing Slorning, 
Noon, Evening and Night ; [Songs,] 
written by a Young Lady ... set to 
Music . . . for the Piano Forte, Violin, 
Ger"^ Flute & Guittar. Fentuni : London, 
1789. obi. fol. D. 392. (8.) 

LEIGHTON" {Sir William) The Teares 
or Lamentacions of a SorrowfuU Soule : 
Composed with Musicall Ayres and Songs, 
both for Voyces and diuers Instruments. 
Set foorth by Sir William Leighton 
Knight. . .And all Psalmes that consist of 
so many feete as the fiftieth Psalme, wiU 
goe to the foure parts for Consort. 
William Stansby : London, 1614. fol. 

K. 1. i. 9. 
Bound in tvhite vellum, stamped in gold 
ivith the arms of Charles I., when 
Prince of Wales, to whom the book 
is dedicated. The composers are : 
Sir W. Leighton, J. Dmvkmd, J. Mil- 
ton, R. Johnson, T. Ford, E. Hooper, 
Pi,, Kindersley, N. Gyles, J. Cuperario, 
J. Biill, W. Byrde, F. Pilkington, 
T. Lupo, R. Jones, M. Pcerson, 0. 
Gibbons, T. Weelkes, J. Warde, A. 
Ferrabosco, J. Wilbye, and T. Thopull. 

LEISENTRIT (Johann) Kurtzer 
Aufzug : Der Christlichen vnd Cathol- 
ischen Gesiiug, des . . . Herrn Joaunis 
Leisentritij . . .Auss Beuelch des. . .Herrn 
Veiten, BischofEen zu Bamberg . . . fiir 
derselbigen . . . Stifft also auss zuziehen 
vnd zusingen verordnet. 

Gedruckt. . .durch Sebaldiim Mayer : 
Dilingen, 1575. 8". 3425. e. 12. 

Catholicum Hymuologium Germauicum 
Orthodoxse vereque Apostolicje Ecclesite 
. . .iam denuo reuisum auctum & elabora- 
tum. (Das Ander Theil. Christlicher 
Catholischer Gesengen von der aller- 
heiligsten Jungfrawen Maria... auffs new 
ubersehen gemehret vnd gebessert, etc.) 
2 pts. Michael Wolrab : Budissin, 

1584. 8". 1221. d. 36. 

Geistliche Lieder vnd Psalmen, der alten 
Apostolischer recht und warglaubiger 
Christlicher Kirchen . . . Auffs tieissigste 
und Christlichste zusamen bracht. Durch 
Johann: Leisentrit, etc. (Das ander Theil 
Geistlicher lieder von der allerheiligsten 
Jungfrawen Maria, etc.) 2 pts. 
Hans Wolrab : Budissin, 1567. 8". 

A. 255. 
[Another copy.] 3433. bbbb. 35. 

Geistliche lieder vnd Psalmen . . . zusamen 
bracht, gemehret vnd gebessert . . . Durch 
...J. Leisentrit, etc. (Das Ander Theil 
Geistlicher lieder von der allerheiligsten 
Jungfrawen ilaria, etc.) 2 pts. 
Michael Wolrab : Budissin, Ibid, 8", 

1221. b. 56. 



34 



LEISTER— LE JEUNE 



LEISTER (Franz) Fantaisie pour la 
Flute. . .Oeuvre 7. Artaria d Comp. : 

Vienna, [1800 ?] fol. g. 71. (10.) 

LEJEUNE ( ) D'une fleur a peine 
i'close. [Song.] Paroles de M. D. G. D., 
etc. [Paris,] 1769. s. sh. 8". 297. e. 25. 

Mercnre de France, July, 1769. 

LE JEUNE (Cecile) 

See Le Jeune (Claude) Airs a iii., iiii., 
V. at VI. Parties. [With a dedication by 
C. Le Jeune.] 1608. ohl. 8°. A. 143. 
Sec Le Jeune (Claude) Les Cent 
Cinquante Pseaumes de Dauid, mis en 
Musique a quatre parties, etc. [With a 
dedication by Cecile Le Jeune.] 
1650. ohl. 12". A. 143. a. 

See Le Jeune (Claude) Les Pseaumes 
de Dauid, mis en Musique a quatre & 
cinq parties. [With a dedication by 
Cecile Le Jeune.] 1627. 4», K. 3. i. 1. 
See Le Jeune (Claude) Premier Liure, 
Contenant Cinquante Pseaumes de 
Dauid, etc. [With a dedication by Cecile 
le Jeune.] 1602. obi. 4°. B. 283. a. 

See Le Jeune (Claude) Second Liure, 
Contenant Cinquante Pseaumes de Dauid, 
etc. [With a Dedication by Cecile Le 
Jeune.] 1608. ohl. 4°. B. 283. f. 

See Le Jeune (Claude) Octonaires de la 
Vanity, et Inconstance du Monde, etc. 
[With a dedication by C6cile Le Jeune.] 
1606. oU. 4°. B. 283. c. 

See Le Jeune (Claude) Pseaumes en 
Vers mezurez, etc. [With a Dedication 
by Cecile Le Jeune.] 1606. ohl. 4". 

B. 283. b. 
LE JEUNE (Claude) Airs a iii. iiii. v. 
et VI. Parties. [With a Dedication by 
Cecile Le Jeune.] (Second Livre des 
Airs, etc.) Cinquiesme. Pierre Ballard : 
Paris, 1608. ohl. 8°. A. 143. 

Dodecacorde Selon les Douse Modes, a ii. 
HI. nil. V. VI. et vii. Voix . . . Sous 
lesquels ont est6 mises des paroles 
Morales. Dessus. (Haute - Contre.) 
(Taille.) (Basse-Contre.) (Cinquiesme.) 
(Sixiesme.) 6 pts. Pierre Ballard : 

Paris, 1618. ohl. 4". B. 283. j. 

Meslanges de la Musique. . . A 4. 5. 6. 8. & 
10. parties. (Superius.) (Haute-Contre.) 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta Pars.) (Sexta 
Pars.) 6 pts. Adrian le Roy, d: Robert 
Ballard : Paris, 1586. obi. 4°. B. 283. 
The title-page and fol. A ii of the Su- 
perius are mutilated. 

IMeslanges de la Musique de Clau. Le 
leuue. A 4. 5. 6. 8. & 10. parties. Haute- 
Contre. (Taille.) (Basse-Contre.) 3 pts. 
Pierre Ballard : Paris, 1607. ohl. 4°. 

B. 283. d. 
The Haute-Contre part wants fols. 2-8, 
which are supplied in MS. 



LE JEUNE (Claude) Second Liure des 
Meslanges de CI. Le leune, etc. [With a 
Dedication by Judith Mardc] Haute- 
Contre. (Taille.) (Basse-Contre.) 3 pts. 
Pierre Ballard : Paris, 1612. ohl. 4". 

B. 283. i. 
Missa ad Placitum. . .cum v. & vi. voci- 
bus. Ex Officina Petri Ballard : 

Lutetix, 1607. fol. ' K. 10. b. 3. 

Octonaires de la Vanite, et Inconstance 
du IMoude. Mis en musique a 3. & a 4. 
j>arties, etc. [With a Dedication by C6cile 
Le Jeune.] Dessus. (Haute-Contre.) 
(Taille.) (Basse-Contre.) 4 pts. 
Pierre Ballard : Paris, 1606. ohl. 4°. 

B. 283. e. 

Octonaires de la Vanitd et Inconstance 
du blonde, mis en Musique a 3. & a 4. 
parties, etc. [Dessus.] (Haute-Contre.) 
(Taille.) (Basse-Contre.) 4 pts. 
Robert Ballard : Pans, 1641. ohl. i". 

B. 283. k. 
Imperfect, wanting the Dessus part, 
loliich is supplied in MS. 

Premier Liure, Contenant Cinquante 
Pseaumes de Dauid, Mis en Musique a 
III. parties, etc. [With a Dedication by 
Cecile Le Jeune.] Moienne. (Basse.) 

2 pts. Par la Vcufue R. Ballard, d son ■ 
Fils Pierre Ballard : Paris, 1602. ohl. 4". 

B. 283. a. 

Second Liure, Contenant Cinquante 
Pseaumes de Dauid, Mis en LIusique 
a III. Parties. [With a . Dedication by 
Cecile Le Jeune.] Haute. (Moyenne.) 
(Basse.) 3 pts. Pierre Ballard : 

Paris, 1608. obi. 4°. B. 283. f. 

[Another copy. Haute. (Moyenne.) 
(Basse.)] 3 pts. B. 283. e. 

The Haute part is imperfect, wanting 
the last four leaves. 

Troisiesme Liure des Pseaumes de Dauid, 
Mis en Musique a iii. Parties, etc. [With 
a Dedication by Judith Mardo.] Haute. 
(Moyenne.) (Basse.) 3 pts. 
Pierre Ballard : Paris, 1610. ohl. 4°. 

B. 283. g. 

[Another copy. Moyenne.] B. 283. h. 

Les Cent Cinquante Pseaumes de Dauid, 
mis en Musique a quatre parties, etc. 
[With a Dedication by Cecile Le Jeune.] 
Basse-Contre. Robert Ballard : 

Paris, 1650. ohl. 12°. A. 143. a. 

Pseaumes en Vers mezurez mis en 
Musique, a 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. & 8. parties. 
[With a Dedication by Cecile Le Jeune.] 
Haute-Contre. (Taille.) (Basse-Contre.) 

3 pts. Pierre Ballard : 
Paris, 1606. obi. 4". B. 283. b. 

Les Pseaumes de Dauid, mis en INIusique 
a quatre & cinq parties. [With a Dedica- 
tion by Cecile Le Jeune.] Superius. 



LE JEUNE— LEMAIRE 



35 



(Hautecontre.) (Tenor.) (Bassecontre.) 

(Cinqiiiesme partie.) 5 pts. 

Francois le Fehure : Genive, 1627. 4". 

K. 3. i. 1. 
TJie Cinquicsme partie hears the impi-int 
' A Genive, pour lean de Tournes.' 

The First Twelve Psalms in Pour Parts 
, . . adapted to the English Versions by a 
Professor of Music. Longman, 

Lukejj d- Co. : Lomlon, [1775 ?] fol. 

G. 807. a. (8.) 
LELU ( ) C'est dans cette fete civique. 
Hijmne chante par le Peuple dans le 
Pantheon devant les manes de Barra et 
Viala. ParoUes et Musique de Lelu, etc. 
Chez Imbaidt : [Paris, 1794.] 8°. 

B. 362. d. (50.) 

C'est en vain que le nord enfante. Chant 
B4piiblic(iin sur la Battaille de Fleurus, 
par Lebrun. Chez Imbault : [Paris, 

1794.] 8". E. 1717. b. (47.) 

fiUe de I'Etre supreme. Hymne a 
V£galiti. Paroles du 0"° Malingre, etc. 
Chez Itnbault : Paris, [1794 ?] 8". 

B. 362. d. (42.) 

toi dont la sagesse a rempli. Hyvvie a 
VEternel. . .Paroles du C'" Huard, etc. 
Chez Imbault : Paris, [1793 ?] 8". 

B. 362. d. (40.) 

LEMAIRE (Louis) Apres avoir tant bu. 
Air a Boire, etc. [Paris,] 1737. s. sh. 4". 

297. b. 18. 
Merctcre de France, March, 1737. 
Ariane. Cantatille Nouvelle, avec Ac- 
compagnement de Fluttes, Yiolons et 
Hautbois. . .Gravee par Dumont. 
Chez VAuicur, etc. : Paris, 1732. obi. fol. 

C. 124. (3.) 

L'Aurore, Cantatille Nouvelle, Avec Ac- 
compaguement de Flutes, Violons & 
Haut-bois, etc. J. B. C. Ballard : 

Paris, [1734.] obi. fol. C. 124. (4.) 

La Bergere Impatiente. Cantatille 
Nouvelle. Avec Accompagnement de 
Flutes, "Violons & Haut-bois, etc. 
J. B. C. Ballard : Paris, [1734.] obi. fol. 

C. 124. (5.) 

La Constance. Cantatille Nouvelle . . . 
avec Accompagnement de Flutes, Violons 
et Hautbois . . .Gravde par M'"« Louise 
Roussel. Ch£z VAuteur, etc. : Paris, 

[1730.] obi. fol. C. 124. (2.) 

Les Effets de I'Absence. Cantatilles 
Nouvelle, Avec Accompagnem' de Flutes, 
Violons et Hautbois. . .Gravee par L. Hue. 
(Les Paroles sont de Mr. B. * * *.) 

Ches L'Aziteur, etc. : Paris, 
1735. obi. fol. C. 124. (7.) 

Epithalame. Cantatille Nouvelle. Avec 
Accompagnem' de Flutes, Violons et 
Hautbois, etc. Chez VAuterir, etc. : 

Paris, 1738. obl.iol. C. 124. (9.) 



LEMAIRE (Louis) Heb6. Cantatille 
Nouvelle [Words by Laffichard], Avec 
Accompagnement de Flutes, Violons & 
Haut-bois, etc. J. B. C. Ballard : Paris, 
[1734.] obi. fol. C. 641. a. 

Pp. 57-78 of the 2nd Vol. of Cantatilles. 

L'Hyver des ans a blanchi mes cheveux. 
Air a Boire, etc. [Words by] L'Affichard. 
[Paris,] 1740. s. sh. 4". 298. b. 7. 

Mercure de France, Oct., 1740. 

II n'est point volage. Air badin, etc. 
[Paris,] 1733. s. sh. 4°. 297. b. 1. 

Mercure de France, Dec, 1733. 
n n'est point volage. Air, etc. 
[Paris,] 1748. s. sh. 4°. 297. c. 16. 

Mercure de France, May, 1748. 
L'Inconstance. Cantatille Nouvelle, Sans 
Accompagnement, etc. Chez VAuteur, 

etc. : Paris, 1738. obi. fol. C. 124. (10.) 

L'Indiiierence. Cantatille Nouvelle, Sans 
accompagnement, etc. Chez VAuteur, 

etc. : Paris, 1741. obi. fol. C. 124. (13.) 
Je vols sortir du Ciel. Chanson, etc. 
[Paris,] 1733. s. sh. i". 298. a. 30. 

Mercure de France, August, 1733. 

Le Jour. Cantatille Nouvelle, Avec 
accompagnement de Violons et Flutes, 
etc. Chez VAuteur, etc. : Paris, 

1743. obi. fol. C. 124. (15.) 

Nous nous plaignons que la Parque. 
Chanson, etc. [Paris,] 1736. s. sh. 4". 

297. b. 13. 
Mercure de France, May, 1736. 

Orphee. Cantatille ... Pour un Dessus, 
Avec accompagnement de Violons et 
Flutes. . .Gravee par M="<^ Bertin. 
Chez VAuteur, etc. : Paris, 1743. obi. fol. 

C. 124. (16.) 

Pere du jour, quitte le sein de TOnde. 
Air de Basse, etc. [Paris,] 1731. s. sh. 4°. 

298. a. 17. 
Mercure de France, May, 1731. 

Les Plaisirs Champetres. 2"" Musette. 
Cantatille Nouvelle. Avec Accompagne- 
ment de Musette, Vieille, Fliites, Violons, 
(£c. Chez L'Anteur, etc. : Paris^ 

1738. ohl. fol. C. 124. (8.) 

Psich^. Cantatille Nouvelle, Avec ac- 
compagnem' de Violons et Flutes, etc. 

Chez VAuteur, etc. : Paris, 
1741. obi. fol. C. 124. (12.) 

Qu' ai-je done fait aux Dieux ! Air, etc. 
[Paris,] 1748. s. sh. 4°. 297. c 16. 

Mercure de France, May, 1748. 
Que t'ay-je fait, cruel Amour? Air 
sirieux, etc. [Paris,] 1731. s. sh. 4". 

298. a. 17. 

Mercure de France, May, 1731. 
Quel bruit aSreux. Recit de Basse, etc. 
[Paris,] 1748. s. sh. 4°. 297. c. 16. 

Mercure de France, April, 1748. 

D 2 



36 



LEMAIRE— LEMOINE 



LEMAIRE (Louis) Quoi ! toujours des 
Chausous a boire 1 CJianson a Manger. 
IParis,] 1735. s. sh. 4°. 297. b. 8. 

Mercure da France, March, 1735. 

Recueil d'Airs Seiieux et a Boire, Melez 
de Vaudeville, Ronde de Table, Duo, 
Recit de Basse, Airs tendres, et chansons 
a danser. Chez VAutenr : Paris, 

1738. ohl. fol. C. 641. 

Le Rendez-vous Pastoral. Cautatille 
Nouvelle, Sans Accompagnem', etc. 
Chez VAuteur, etc. : Paris, 173S. obi. fol. 

C. 124. (11.) 

Reviens, cher objet que j'adore. Air 
Sirieux, etc. \_Paris,'] 1741. s. sh.. 4". 

298. b. 12. 

Mercure de France, August, 1741. 

Le Sacrifice d' Amour. Cantatille Ncuvelle 
. . . Gravez par M""" Louise Roussel. Chez 
VAuteur, etc. : Paris, [1728.] obi. fol. 

C. 124. (1.) 

Sapho. Cantatille . . . Avec accompagnem' 
de Violons et Pliites, etc. Chez VAuteur, 
etc. : Paris, 1741. obi. fol. C. 124. (14.) 

Le Sommeil de Climene. Cantatille 
Nouvelle, Avec Accompagnement de 
Flutes, Violons & Haut-bois, etc. (Les 
Paroles sout de Monsieur Laffichard.) 
J. B. C. Ballard : Paris, [1734.] obi. fol. 

C. 124. (6.) 

Votre gaite me desespere. Brunette, etc. 
[Paris,] 1748. s. sh. 4". 297. c. 18. 

Mercure de France, Sept., 1748. 

LEMAIRE (Nicolas) Six New Cottillons 
and Six Country Dances with three favorite 
Minuets, {"^c. Printed for It. Wornum : 
London, [1773 ?] obi. 4". a. 9. e. (7.) 

LE MAISTRE (Matth.eus) Catechesis 
Numeris ilusicis Inclusa, et ad Puerorum 
Captum Accomodata, tribus uocibus 
composita. . .Pars infima. In Officina 

loannis Montani, d Ulrici Neubcri : 
Noribergm, 1559. obi. 16". 

K. 8. i. 4. (18.) 

[Geistliche vnd weltliche teutsche Gesang 
mit vier und fiinf Stimmen.] Bassus. 

Johan Schivertel : Wittcmbergk, 
1566. obi. 4". A. 130. 

Tlie full title is printed in the Tenor part 
only. 

See Epithalamia. Epithalamia. . .Com- 
posita per. . .Matthasum le Maistre, etc. 
1568. obi. i". A. 18. 

LE MAITRE ( ) Dans nos hameaux 
tout nous engage. CJianson en Musette. 
[Paris,] 1726. s. sh. 4°. 297. a. 24. 

Mercure de France, Nov., 1726. 

Une maitresse trop austere. CJianson, etc. 
[Paris,] 1727. s. sJi. 4». 297. a. 29. 

Mercure de France, Oct., 1727. 



LE MAITRE ( ) Que j'aymea voir Iris. 

Air gracieux, etc. [Paris,] 1729. s. sJi. 4". 

298, a. 8. 
Mercure de France, Dec, 1729. 

Quels af^reux Tourbillons ! Air, etc. 
[Paris,] 1730. s. sJi. 4". 298. a. 12. 

Mercure de France, Aug., 1730. 

LEMAN (James) A New ]\Iethod of 
Learning Psalm-Tunes, with an Instru- 
ment of Musick call'd the Psalterer. 

G. SmitJi, for tJic AutJior : London, 

1729. 4°. 7897. bb. 59. 

TJiis loorJi contains Psalm tunes by 

J. CJiurch, J. W. [JoJin Weldmi?], 

Mr. Hart, J. ClarJi and W. Croft. 

LEMARCHAND ( ) See Gluck 

(C. W. von) Alma sedes. Motet .. .Mis 
au Jour par M' Lemarchand, etc. 
[1785?] fol. H. 1187. f. (a) 

LEMENU DE SAINT PHILBERT 

(Christophe) [Premier Livre de Canta- 
tilles. Six Cantatilles en Simphonie. 
Engraved by Labassee.] CJiez L Auteur, 
etc. : Paris, [1742 ?] fol. H. 1034. (2.) 
EacJi Cantatille Jias a separate title- 
page [Ariane, La Viele, Hypom^ne et 
Atalante, L'Lnpatience, L'^tincelle, 
L'Himen), biU tJie pagination is con- 
tinuous. TJiere is no general title- 
page, but tJie volume is advertised in 
tJie composer's Motets as ' Premier 
Livre de Cantatilles.' 
Motets sur les principales fetes de I'Ann^e. 
A une et deux Voix, avec et sans Sim- 
phonie. . .Graves par Labass6e. Seconde 
Edition augmentee. CJi4s VAuteur : 

Paris, [1740 ?] fol. H. 1034. (1.) 

Principes de Musique, courts et faciles. 
CJu'z VAuteur : Poris, [1740?] obi. iol. 

D. 644. 

LEMIERE DE CORVEY (Jean 
Frederic Auguste) La Reprise de 
Toulon. [For songs, &c., published anony- 
mously :] See Reprise de Toulon. 

LEMOINE (Antoine Marcel) La Com- 
paraison. Chansonnette, Avec Accom- 
pagnement de Guitare, par le Citoyen 
Lemoine. CJicz ImbauU : Paris, 

[1795?] 8". B. 362. c. (24.) 

[Another copy.] B. 362. g. (67.) 

Sec Boieldieu (F. A.) [BeniowsJii.] De 
I'amitie daigne entendre la voix. Air. . . 
Accomp' de Guitarre par Lemoine. 
[1800.] 8°. E. 1717. (59.) 

See Dalayrac (N.) [Nina] Quand le 
bien aime reviendra. . . Accp' de Guitarre 
par M-- Le Moine, etc. [1786.] 8°. 

B. 362. f. (41.) 

See Devienne (F.) L'Innocence Re- 
connue . . . Accomp' de Guittare par le 
C"' Lemoine. [1795 ?J 8\ 



LEMOINE— LEONORA 



37 



LEMOINE (Antoine Maecel) 

Sec Ferrari (G. G.) L'Amant malheureux 
et constant . . . Accomp* de Guittare par 
M. Le Moine, f^c. [1790?] 8^ 

B. 362. b. (197.) 

,9eeGAVEAUx(P.) [U Amour filial] Jeunes 
amants, cueilles des fleurs. . . Accompagne- 
ment de Guittare par M. Le Moine. 
[1792.] 8". B. 362. a. (50.) 

See GossEC (F. J.) [Le Camp de Grand- 
Pr(^.'] Yous aimables fiUettes. . . Accom- 
pamement de Guitarre du C. Lemoine. 
[1793.] 8°. B. 362. a. (43.) 

See GossEC (F. J.) [Rosine:] Aujourd'hui 
cesse la fete. Vaudeville. . .Accompagne- 
ment de Guitarre, par M. Lemoine, etc. 
[1786.] 8°. B. 362. h. (9.) 

Sfe Pleyel (I. J.) Loin de nous le vain 
delire. Hymnc a la Libert^. . .Accom])* 
de Guittare par M. Le Moine. [1791.] 8". 

B. 362. d. (23.) 

See QuAiSAiN (A.) [La Ve7ida7ige'] Ah ! 
comme I'amour vous tracasse. . .Accom- 
pagnement de Piano par le C. Lemoine. 
[1798.] fol. G. 554. a. (41.) 

LE MOYNE (Jean Baptiste) Electre. 
Tragedie, en Trois Actes . . . Grav^e par 
Dupre. [Full Score.] ChczVAuieur : 

Paris, [1782.] fol. G. 641. a. 

[Louis IX. en Egypte.] Du Fran^ais 
asservi j'ai s^u briser les chaines. Air de 
Louis IX. [by J. B. Le IMoj-ne] etc. 
[1790.] 8°. .See Louis IX. 

B. 362. h. (35.) 

[Miltiade a Marathon.] Mon fils vole aux 
champs de I'honneur. Air, etc. [By J. B. 
Le Moyne.] [1793.] 8". See Miltiade 
a Marathon. B. 362. d. (7.) 

Nepht^. Tragedie en Trois Actes [written 
by F. B. Hoffmann] . . . Grav^e par Huguet, 



etc. [Full Score.] 
Paris, [1789.] fol. 
Phedre. Tragedie 
Grav6e par Huguet, 
Paris, [1786.] fol. 



Chez VAutcur 

G. 641. c. 

en Trois Actes. . . 

etc. Chez Le Due : 

G. 641. 

Les Pommiers et le IMoulin. 

[For songs, &c., published anonymously:] 

See Pommiers et le Moulin. 

Les Pritendus. Com^die Lirique . . . 

Gravee par Huguet, etc. [Full Score.] 

Chez I'Auteur : Paris, [1789.] fol. 

G. 641. b. 

Ouverture. See Mezger (F.) Ouver- 

ture des Pretendus [by J. B. Le Moj-ne], 
Arrang6e. . .par M' Mezger. [1789.] fol. 

g. 2'72. r. 

[For songs published anonymously ;] 

See Pretendus. 

LEND. Lend your aid now my muse. 
Taste Alamode. A New Song. [London, 
1765.] 8°. P.P. 5441. 

Boyal Magazine, Vol. XII., p. 269. 



LENORE. Lenore. [Cantata.] 

See Andre (J.) 

G. A. Biirgers Lenore. [Cantata.] 

See Paradis (M. T.) 
LENTON (John) Mr. Lentous Musick 

in the Comedv call'd y' Gamester. First 

Treble. (Second Treble.) (Tenor.) (Bass.) 

4pts. [Walsh? London, 1103.'] fol. 

g. 15. (1.) 

See P., H. Wit and Mirth: or, Pills to 

Purge Melancholy, etc. (Wit and Mirth 
..The Second Edition ... Corrected by 

J. Lenton. Vol. IV.) 1707 (1709). 12». 

1346. a. 28-31. 

See Songs. A Third Collection of New 

Songs. . .bv. . .J. Lenton, ei'c. 1685. fol. 

G. 152. (2.) 
LENZ. Der Lentz belebet die Natur. 

Duetto. 

See Mueller (W.) [Die Zauhcrzitter.'] 

LEONARD ( ) Entends ma voix gemis- 
sante. Romance, etc. [Peois, 1790?] 8°. 

B. 362. e. (14.) 

LEONARDA (Isabella) 
,See Isabella Leonarda. 

LEONARDUS NERVIUS, a Capuchin. 
Fasciculus Cantionum Sacrarum Quatuor, 
Quinque, et Sex Vocum. Additis Litaniis 
Lauretanis Quatuor & Sex Vocum. Cum 
Basso Generali ad Organum. Cantus. 
(Altus.) (Tenor.) (Sextus.) 4 pts. 

Ex Officina Petri Phalesii : Antuerpise. 
1628. 4°, C. 89. a. 

R. P. Leonardi Neruii Ord. Cappuc, 
S. Francisci, Missse Decem Quatuor 
Quinque, Sex et Septem Vocum, cum 
Basso pro Organo. Cantus. (Altus.) 
(Tenor.) (Sextus.) 4 pts. Apud Petrum 
Phalcsium : Antiierpiae, 1618. 4°. C. 89. 

LEONI ( ) of Naples. A Complete Intro- 
duction to the Art of playing the INIando- 
line. Containing the most essential Rules 
...To which are added. . .Airs, Lessons^ 
Duets & Sonatas. Composed and . . . 
arranged ... by Sig"' Leoni of Naples, Master 
of the ^Mandoline to the Duke de Chartres. 
Longman and Broderip : London, 
[1785 ?] ohl. 4». b. 123. 

LEONI (Benedetto) Six Lessons for the 
Harpsichord, etc. H. Fougt : London, 

[1768?] fol. h. 528. 

LEONI (Leon) II Primo Libro de Madri- 
gali a Cinque Voci, etc. Canto. (Alto.) 
(Tenore.) (Basso.) 4 pts. Appresso 

Anqclo Gardano : Venetia, 1588. obi. 4°. 

A. 250. 

II Terzo Libro de IMadrigali a Cinque 
Voci, etc. Tenore. Appresso Ricciardo 
Amadino : Venetia, 1595. obi. 4°. 

A. 250. a. 

LEONORA. Leonora. Ballad. 
See Reichardt (J. F.) 



38 



LEONORE— LESSIG 



LEONOEE D'URGEL. Leonore 
d'Urgel. Romance. See P., D. L. 

LE PEINTRE ( ) Rien icy bas n'est 
ferme uy durable. Air a Boirc, etc. 
[Paris,'] 1735. s. sh. i\ 297. b. 7. 

Mcrcure de France, Feb., 1735. 

LE R * * * ( ) M"". Cessez, charmante 
Iris. Air, etc. Bicoqiiilliie : [Paris,] 

1770. s. sh. 8". 298. e. 1. 

Mercure de France, Dec, 1770. 

LE REDDE ( ) Ah, que I'Hyver est 

ennuyeux. Air Nouveazi. (Les Paroles 

sent de jVP Noel, etc.) [Paris, 

1679.] s. sh. obi. 4°. P.P. 4482. 

Nouveau Mercure Galant, March, 1679, 

p. 22. 

LE ROUSSAU (P.) A Chacoon for a 
Harlequin. With all the Postures, Atti- 
tudes, Motions of the Head and Arms, 
and other Gestures proper to this Character 
. . . Compos'd writt in Characters and 
engraved by F. Le Roussau, Dancing- 
master. Sold by If Author. . .and 
at iH'' BarretVs musik-sliop : London, 
[1780?] fol. K. 1. i. 13. 

LE ROY (Adrian) A briefe and plaine 
Instruction to set all Musicke of eight 
diuers tunes in Tableture for the Lute. 
With a briefe Instruction how to play on 
the Lute by Tablature, to conduct and 
dispose thy hand vnto the Lute, with 
certaine easie lessons for that purpose. 
And also a third Booke containing diuers 
new excellent tunes. All first written in 
French by Adrian Le Roy, and now trans- 
lated into English by F. Ke. Geutelman. 

Ihon Kyngeston for lames Eoivbotliame : 
London, 1574. obi. i". K. 1. c. 19. 

Leaves 1, 2, 3, 77 and 78 are mutilated. 
The pagination (1-78) is continuous, 
but each book has a separate title- 
page. 
Premier Liure de Tabulature de Guiterre, 
Contenant plusieurs Chansons, Fantasies, 
Pauanes, Gaillardes, Almandes, Branles, 
tant simples qu'autres, etc. 

Adrian le Roy d- Robert Ballard : 
Paris, 1551. obi. 4«. K. 2. h. 12. (1.) 
The folloiving names of composers ap- 
pear in this collection : Maillard and 
Boyvin. 
Second Liure de Guiterre, contenant 
Plusieurs Chansons en forme de voix de 
ville: nouuellement remises en tabulature, 
etc. Adrian le Roy, it Robert Balard : 

Paris, 1555. obi. 4°. K. 2. h. 12. (2.) 
Tiers Liure de Tabulature de Guiterre, 
contenant plusieurs Preludes, Chansons, 
Basse-dances, Tourdions, Pauanes, Gail- 
lardes, Almandes, Bransles, tant doubles 
que simples, etc. Adrian le Roy, d 

Robert Ballard : Paris, 1552. obi. 4». 

K. 2. h. 12. (3.) 



LE ROY (Adrian) Quart Liure de Tabula- 
ture de Guiterre, contenant plusieurs 
Fantasies, Pseaulmes, & Chansons : auec 
L'alouette, & la Guerre, Composees par 
M. Gregoire Brayssing deaugusta. 

Adrian le Roy, £ Robert Balard : Paris, 
1553. obi. i\ K. 2. h. 12. (4.) 

Cinqiesme Liure de Guiterre, contenant 
Plusieurs Chansons a Trois & quatre 
parties, par bons & excelens Musiciens: 
Reduites en Tabulature par A. le Roy. 

Adria7i le Roy, £ Robert Balard : 

Paris, 1554. obi. 4". K. 2. h. 12. (5.) 

The folloiving composers' names occur in 

this collection: Bonard, Arcadet, De 

Bussy, Ccrton and A. Le Roy. 

LE SAGE (Alain Rene) and ORNEVAL 
( d') Le Theatre de la Foire, ou 

rOpera Comique, contenant les meilleures 
Pieces qui ont 6te representees aux Foires 
de S. Germain & de S. Laurent. . .avec une 
Table de tons les Vaudevilles & autres Airs 
gravez notez a la fin de Chaque Volume. 
10 Tom. Chez Z. Chatelain : 

Amsterdam, Paris, 1722(-37). 12'. 

241. 1. 18. 
The composers mentioned in this collec- 
tion are : de Ch-andval, Gillier, Mdlle. 
de Languerre, de la Croix, Aubert, 
Bernier, de la Coste and des Rochers. 

LESBEA. Lesbea's smiles shall ne'er 

deceive me. Love's Conqiiest over Reason. 

rSong.l [London, 1715 ?] s. sh. fol. 

^ ° G. 316. g. (37.) 

LESBIA. Lesbia's Cruelty. [Song.] See 

She. She whom above my self I prize, etc. 

[By G. Vanbrughe.] [1730?] s. sh. io\. 

^ ^ G. 303. (85.) 

LESCOT (C. F.) La Negresse. [For 

songs, &c., published anonymously:] 

See Negresse. 

L'ESGII (J.) Affreux Rochers, demeures 
sombres. Air Nouveau. 
[Paris, 1678.] s. sh. obi. 4». P.P. 4482. 
Nouveau Mercure Galant, Oct., 1678, 
p. 171. 
Pendant que nos braves Guerriers. Air 
Nouveau. [Paris, 1678.] s. sh. obi. 4'\ 

P.P. 4482. 
Nouveau Mercure Galant, May, 1678, 
p. 109. 
Si vous voulez charmer. Air Nouveau. 
[Paris, 1678.] s. sh. obi. 4». P.P. 4482. 
Nouveau Mercure Galant, June, 1678, 
p. 37. 

LESSIG ( ) Sechs Schottische 6-tourig6 
Angloisen von G. L. Klemm, Tanzmeister, 
mit voUstimiger Musik vom ]\Iusicus 
Lessig. (Violino i.) (Violino ii.) (Flauto 
I.) (Flauto 11.) (Corno i.) (Corno ii.) 
(Basso.) (Touren.) 8 pts. Bey dem 

Autor: Leipzig, [llbO'!] obi i". b. 62. 



LESSON— LET 



39 



LESSON. A Lesson for a Lover. [Song.] 

See Pbelleur (P.) 
LESSONS. Lessons for the Recorder. 

[London? 1680?] s. sh. fol. ' 

I. 600. b. (81.) 

Periodical Lessons. [P. F.] 4 N^'S 
'^ Bland: ILondoii, 1190?] fol. g: 149. (7.) 
Six Lessons for the Harpsichord, by... 
Bach . . . Benda. . .Graun. . .Wagenseil. . . 
Hasse . . .Kernberger. Welckei- : 

London, [1770 ?] obi. fol. e. 5. d. 

[Tweh'c Lessons for the Harpsichord.] 
ILondon, 1780?] obi. fol. e. 282. c. (10.) 

Imperfect, wanting the title-page. 
Progressive Lessons for the Piano Forte 
or Harpsichord, etc. 2 Books. B. Birchall : 
LonJoH, [1795?] obi. iol. e. 470. 

Select Lessons, or a Choice Collection of 
Airs neatly contriv'd for Two German 
Flutes or Two Violins. And Extracted 
from the Works of. . .Handel, Weideman, 
Turner, De Fesch, Peschetti, Festing. 
The Whole being never before Publish'd. 
[Separate Parts.] Dan' Wright ct 

D. Wright Jim'': London, [1735?] obi. 4\ 

b. 30. (2.) 

This collection also contains compositions 

by Dubonrg and Deperr. 

L'ESTOCART (Paschal de) Cent Cin- 

quante Pseaumes de Dauid, mis en Rime 

Francoise par Clement Marot et Theodore 

de Besze, et mis en Musique a Quatre, 

Cinq, Six, Sept et Huit Parties, par 

Paschal de L'Estocart, etc. [Superius.] 

Tenor. [Contratenor.] 3 pts. Chez 

Barthelemi Vincent : Lyon, 1583. obi. i\ 

A. 62. 
Imperfect, the Superius wanting all but 
pp. 161-164, and the Contratenor all 
but pp. 61-64, 153-156 and 169-176. 
LESUEUR (Jean FRAN901S) La Caverne. 
Drame Lyrique en Trois Actes. [Libretto 
bv A. F. bercy. Full Score.] 
[Imbault : Paris, 1793.] fol. G. 290. b. 
Wanting the title-page. 

II y a cinquante ans et plus. Air, etc. 

[Paris, 1793.] 8^ B. 362. (110.) 

Le pauvre terns, le pauvre terns. Air, 

etc. [Paris, 1793.] 8". B. 362. (109.) 

II y a cinquante ans et plus. 

See supra : [La Caverne.'] 

Expose d'une Musique, une, imitative, et 

particuliere a chaque solemnite ; 011 I'Au- 

teur donne aussi le Plan d'une Musique 

propre a la Fete de I'Assomption. 

Chez la Veuve Herissant : Paris, 
1787. 8". 1042. k. 27. (4.) 

Exposed d'une Musique, une, imitative, et 
propre a chaque solemnite, oil Ton donne 
. . .le Plan d'une Musique particuliere a 
la Solemnity de la Pentecote. Suite de 
I'Essai. Chez la Veuve Herissant : 

Paris, 1787. 8\ 1042. k. 27. (3.) 



LESUEUR (Jean FRAN901S) Expose d'une 
Musique une, imitative, et particuliere a 
chaque solemnite ; ou Ton donne . . . le 
Plan d'une Musique propre a la Fete de 
Noel, etc. Chez la Veuve Hirissani: 

Paris, 1787. S". 1042. k. 27. (1.) 

Suite de I'Essai sur la Jlusique Sacree et 
Imitative, ou Ton donne le Plan d'une 
Musique propre a la Fete de Paque. 

Cliez la Veuve Wrissant : Paris, 
1042. k. 27. (2.) 
nous, un Tribun perfide. Chant 
Thermidor. Paroles de T. Des- 
Du Magazin de Musique a 
des fetes Nationales : [Paris, 
8°. E. 1717. b. (15.) 

Yirginie (ou le Triomphe de la 
Drama Lyrique en Trois Actes 
de I'Auteur d'Iphigenie en 
Piccinni [A. Du Conge Du- 



1787. 

Levons 

du IX. 

orgues. 

Vtisage 

1794.] 

Paul et 
Vertu). 
. . . Paroles 
Tauride de 

breuil] . . . Grav6 par Huguet, etc. [Full 
Score.] Chez H. Nadermann : Paris, 
[1794.] fol. G-. 292. a. 
[For songs, &c., published anony- 
mously :] See Paul et Yirginie. 
Le pauvre terns, le pauvre terns. 
See supra : [La Caverne.] 
Quand des montagnes de Pyrene. Le 
Chant des Triomphes de la Bipubligue 
Frangaise. Ode par La Harpe, etc. 

An Magazin de Musique a Vusage des 
Fetes Nationales : Paris, [1794.] fol. 

F. 69*. (4.) 
[Another edition.] Quand des montagnes 
de Pyrene. Le Chant des Triomphes de 
la B(^publique Frangaise. Ode par 
Laharpe. Du Magasin de musique, 

a V usage des Fetes Nationales : [Paris, 
1794.] 8". E. 1717. b. (9.) 

Telemaque dans I'lsle de Calypso, ou le 
Triomphe de la Sagesse. Tragedie Lyrique 
en trois Actes. . .Paroles de P. Dercy... 
G-rav^ par Huguet, etc. [Full Score.] 

- ■ [1796.] fol. 
G. 292. 



Chez H. Naderman : Paris 



See Agus (H.) Solf^ges pour servir a 
I'etude dans le Conservatoire de Musique 
a Paris par. . .Agus. . .Le Sueur, etc. 
[1795?] fol. H. 2851. 

LET. Let Ambition fire thy Mind. Song. 
See Weldon (J.) [The Judgment of 
Paris.] 

Let an empty flatt'ring Spirit. Advice to 
the Ladies. [Song.] The words by a 
Gent" of Exeter. 

L[ongman] d; B[roderip : London, 
1780?] fol. G. 310. (49.) 

[Another setting.] Let an empty flatter- 
ing spirit. Rondo. See Shield (W.) 
Let Braves, who to the army go. Beauty 
more powerfull than War. [Song.] 
[London, 1715 ?] s. sh. fol. 
•^ H. 1601. (280.) 



40 



LET 



LET. Let Britons in triumphant praise. 
Song. Sec Amateue. 
Let Burgundy flow. Joy after Sorrow 
made to tlie Duke Aumond's Minuet by 
T. D[urfey]. [Song.] Daniel Wright : 
\_London, 1715.1 s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (266.) 
[Another edition.] Let Burgundy flow. 
Joy after Sorrow. A new Song. The 
words made to the D'Aumonds Minuet by 
T. D[urfey]. [London, 1715.] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (30.) 
Let but love and wine befriend me. 
Song. See Bates (W.) 
Let Csesar and Urania live. [Duet.] 
See PcECELL (H.) [Sound the Trumpet.'] 
Let Eloquence boast of her Pow'r. Song. 
See Arse (M.) [Tristram Shandy.] 
Let Epicures boast of their delicate 
Feasts. The Generous Soul. A favorite 
new Song. P. E[vans : London, 

1780 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (41.) 

Let e'ery Face be fill'd w"" Joy. On the 
Prospect of Peace. [Song, words and 
music by H. Carey.] Cross : [London, 
1728?] s. s7i. fol. G. 310. (65.) 

Let ev'ry Martial Soul advance. A Nciv 
Song in Honour of the King of Prussia. 
Sung by Mr. Kear. [Music by J. Bryan.] 
[London, 1758.] s. sh. 8°. 

P.P. 5439. ab. 

Neiv Universal Magazine, Dec, 1758. 
Let every Martial Soul advance. Song. 
See Bryan (J.) 

Let fusty old Greybeards of Apathy boast. 
The Nod Wink and Smile. [Song.] Sung 
by I\Ir. Vernon. 

S[amuer\A'nnand'] P[eter] T\hompson : 
Lo7ifZo7i, 1785 ?] s.sh.iol. 1.530.(89.) 
Let Heroes boast of Deeds of Arms. 
Patt. A New Song, sung at Saddlers- 
Wells. [London,] 1761. 8°. 158. 1. 6. 

London Magazine, 1761, p. 45. 
Let me sink to the regions of Shade. 
Elegy. See Alcock (J.) the Younger. 
Let me wander not unseen. [Song.] 
See Haendel (G. F.) [U Allegro.] 
Let nature henceforward neglect. Song. 
Sec Galliard (J. E.) [Circe.] 
Let not Age. Cantata. 
See GiORDASi (T.) 

Let not Love on me bestow. Song. 
Sec PuRCELL (D.) [The Fimeral.] 
Let not Rage. [Song.] See Artaxerxes. 
Let other Bards in lofty Verse. Polly 
Gi-een. [Song.] [London, 

1750?] s.sh.iol. G. 310. (64.) 

Let other Men envy the Pomp of the 
Great. The Happy Fellow. A New Song. 
[London, 1765.] 8°. P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. XXXVII. , 
p. 208. 



LET. Let others for beauties the city 
explore. Miss Snoio : a New Song. 
[London, 1765.] 8". P.P. 5441. 

Royal Magazine, Vol. XIII., p. 46. 

Let others sing in loftier Lays. Polly of 
the Plain. A New Song [by W. Defesch]. 
Sung by Mrs. Chambers, at Mary-le-Bon 
Gardens. [London, 1754.] 8°. 

P.P. 5438. z. 
Universal Magazine, Vol. XV., p. 125. 

Let Others sing in Rustic Lays. Fanny 
of the mil. [Song, by J. Hook.] Sung 
by Mr. Vernon at Vauxhall. 

[Printed for C. and S. Thompson : 

London, 1768 ?] fol. G. 310. (50.) 

From Thompson's Second Book of 

Hook's Vauxhall and Marylebone 

Songs. 

Let others to Loudon go roam. [Song.] 
See Arne (T. A.) 

Let Parties and Rage awhile quit the 
Stage. The British Hector, or the Taking 
of Pondichery. [Song.] [London, 

1779?] s.sh.iol. 1.530.(88.) 

Let Pleasure's gay Queen. The Court of 
Vauxhall. [Song.] Written for and Sung 
by Mr. Vernon, 1778 and 1779. Set to 
Musick by the Author. 

S[anmel and] A[nn] T[hompson : 
London, 1779.] fol. G. 310. (54.) 

Let Poets and Historians. The Gregorian 
ConstitxUion Song. [Words and music by 
H. Carey.] [London, 1735 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. e. (64.) 

Let Poets boast of Egypt's Queen. The 
Toast. A new Song. 

[London, 1756.] 8°. 158. 1. 1. 

London Magazine, 1756, p. 604. 

Let Poets of Learning. The Lass of the 
Hatch. [Song.] 

L[ongman and] B[_roderip : London, 
1785?] fol. G. 310. (48.) 

Let prentice Bards poetic scribble. Btin- 
tinella. [Song.] The words by G. A. 
Stevens. Sk[illern : London, 

1780?] s.sh.iol. G. 310. (43.) 

Let's banish Strife and Sorrow. Round. 
See Atterbury (L.) 

Let's be Jolly, fill our Glasses. The 
Charms of the Bottle, [Song] the words by 
Mr. Estcourt. 
[London, 1720 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (281.) 

Let's drink and be merry. The Good 
Felloiv. [Song, by G. Vanbrughe.] 
[Walsh : London, 1713 ?] fol. 

G. 303. (24.) 
Pp. 26-27 of Vanbrughe s ' Mirth and 
Harmony.' 



LET— LETHE 



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LET. [Another edition.] Let's drink and 
be merry. The Good Felloic. [Song.] Set 
for the German Flute. [By G. Vanbrughe.] 
[London, 1720 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. e. (75.) 
Let's talk of Bow or Dart no more. 
Song. See Frasck (J. W.) 
Let's tie the Knot, my Sally. Song. 
See Hook (.J.) 

Let's tope and be merry. The Jolly 
Bacchanal. [Song.] [London, 

1740 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. e. (60.) 

Let soft desires your Heart engage. Song. 
See Levekidge" (R.) [The Island Prin- 
cess.'] 

Let Soldiers fight for Prey or Praise. A 
iieic Drinking Song, etc. [London, 

1765 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1994. (40.) 

Let the daring Advent'rers be toss'd on 
the Main. What ivill make every man 
rich. [Song, words from Shadwell's play 
'The Womau-Captain.'] fol. 

Printed for J. Bland : 
[London, 1180?] s. sh. io\. G. 310. (38.) 
Let the declining Damask Rose. Song. 
See Hudson (R.) 

Let the dreadfull Engines. Song. 
See PURCELL (H.) [Don Quixote. Part L] 
Let the French hop and sing. British 
Freedom. A Favourite Song. Set by an 
Eminent Master. S'traight' d- Sk'illcrn : 
London, 1775 ?] fol. G. 310. (72.) 

Imperfect, icanting the second leaf. 
Let the Goblet sparkle high. Song. 
See Duns (J.) 

Let the Nymph still avoid. [Song.] 
See Reprisal. 

Let the Nymph, who designs. Seasonable 
advice to Maidens. [Song.] 
[Lotidon, 1720?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (285.) 
Let the slave of ambition and wealth. 
Song. See Giokdani (T.) 
Let the social Can go round. An easy 
Duo for Tivo Voices. T. G. Williamson : 
London, [1191-7] fol. G. 354. (52.) 

Let the Souldiers rejoyce. Song. 
See Purcell (H.) [Dioclesian.] 
Let the tempest of war. The Tempest of 
War. A New Song. [London, 1761.1 8°. 

P.P. 5441. 

Royal Magazine, Vol. IT., p. 195. 
[Another edition.] Let the Tempest of 
War. A Song. [London . 1165 T s. sh. iol. 

H. 1994. b. (49.) 
Let the ^Yaiter bring clean Glasses. [Song, 
adapted to "II Tricerbero humiliato," 
by G. F. Handel.] [London, 

1790?] s. sh. fol. G. 805. i. (9.) 

Let those who wou'd wish to hear reason. 
To Day a favourite Song. W. PJandall : 
London, 1770?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (57.) 



LET. Let Truth and spotless Faith be thine. 
Frc-e Mason's Song. (Der alte Landmann 
an seinen Sohn.) [Words] By Holty. 

C. Geisiceiler : [London,] 
1800. s. sh. obi. 4°. 266. 1. 30. 

German Museum, August, 1800. 
[Another setting.] Let Truth and spotless 
Faith be thine. [Glee.] 
See Callcott (J. W.) 

Let us advance the Good Old Cause. An 
Excellent Neto Hymne To the Mobile, 
exhorting them to Loyalty the Clean 
contrary Way. 'To the Tune or [sic] 41, Or 
Hev Bovs up go We. Kath. Thompson : 
London, 1682. s. sh. fol. 

1871. e. 9. (70.) 
Let us dance, and sing in chorus. St. 
David's Day. Welch Air ""for three voices]. 
Skillern : Lcmdon, '1800 ?' fol. 

G. 809. b. (16.) 

Let us dance, let us sing. [Song.] Sung 
by Mr. Shuter in the character of a 
Sailor. [London, 11^,0 T, s. sh. iol. 

G. 316. e. (61.) 
[Another setting.] Let us dance, let us 
sing. Song. See Purcell (H.) 
Let us fill the circling Glass. Love and 
Opportunity. [Song.] Sung by Mr. 
Vernon. S[amuel and] A[nn' T'hompson : 
London, 1119?] s. sh. tol G. 310. (39.) 
Let us revel and roar. Two Part Song. 
See EccLES (J.) [The Lover's Luck.] 
Let us, the sheep by Jesus nam'd. Hymn. 
[Words by J. Cennick.] 
[London, 1778.] 8". P.P. 716. b. 

Gospel Magazine, Dec, 1778 
Let Wine 

Song. See Hudson (R.) 
Let youthful bards, in wanton verse. 
Miranda. A New Song [bv J. Wogan". 
[London, 175-3.] 8°. ^ P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. XIII., p. 1-34. 

LETHE. The Card invites. [Song.] 
Sung bv Mrs. Clive in Lethe. [Words by 
D. Garrick.] [London, 1760 ?] s. sh. fol. 

I. 530. (87.) 
Ye mortals whom fancies and troubles 
perplex. A Song in Lethe. Sung by Mr. 
Beard, in the Character of Mercury. 
[Written bv D. Garrick.] 
[London, 1749.] 8^ 249. c. ^19. 

Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. XIX., i). 323. 
Ye mortals whom fancies and troubles 
perplex. Song in Mr. Garrick's Lethe. 
Suug by Mr. Beard. [London, 1749.] 8°. 

157. 1. 11. 
Londo7i Magazine, 1749, ^j. 36. 

Y'e Mortals whom Fancies and Troubles 
perplex. A Song in Lethe. [Written by 
D. Garrick.] Sung bv Mercurv. 
[London, 1750 ?] s. sh. fol. G." 295. (20.) 

[Another copy.] H. 1994. a. (19.) 



to social Joys give Birth. 



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LETHE. [Another edition.] Ye Mortals 
whom Fancies and Troubles perplex. A 
Song in Lethe, etc. [London, 1755 ?] 
s. sh. fol. H. 1994. b. (109.) 

[Another edition.] Ye Mortals whom 
Fancies and Troubles perplex. A Song in 
Lethe. [Written by D. Garrick.] Sung 
by Mr. Beard in the Character of Mercury. 
Within Compass of German Flute. 
See Chloe. Chloe, or the ]\Iusical Maga- 
zine, etc. No. 61. [1760 ?] fol. G. 433. 

LETTRE. La Lettre, Comedie en un 
acte, en prose et Vaudevilles, par C. J. 
Lceuillart-Davrigni ; . . . Avec la Musique 
[of the concluding Vaudeville]. Cltez le 
Libraire, au Theatre du Vaudeville : 
Paris, An Troisieme [1795]. 8". 

11738. ce. 12. (2.) 
Lettre a une Dame d'un certain age, sur 
r^tat present de I'Opera. [By Baron P. 
H. D. von Holbach.] En Arcadie, [Paris,] 
1752. S\ 1103. b. 21. (2.) 

LEUCIPPO E ZENOCRITA. The 

Favorite Songs in the Opera Leucippo 
and Zencciita [a Pasticcio], for the Voice 
and Harpsichord, etc. Pi. Brcinncr : 

London, [1764.] fol. G. 805. r. (5.) 

The composers named are Vento, Hasse 
and Giardini. 

LEURS. Leurs petits sont pour les 
oiseaux. Air. 
See Geoeges et Geos Jean. 

LE VASSEUR ( ) Doux Messagers 
dujour. Air, etc. [Words by] Lombard. 
[Paris,] 1729. s. sh. i\ 298. a. 5. 

Mercure de France, June, 1729. 

LEVERIDGE (Richaed) A CoUectiou of 
Songs ... In Two Volumes. Printed for 
the Author ; London, 1727. 8°. C. 371. 
[Another copy.] C. 371. a. 

Wanting the frontispiece. 
A New Book of Songs, Engraven, Printed 
and Published for R. Leveridge. 
[London, ITdO?] fol. H. 41. 

[Another copy.] H. 82. (2.) 



Advice. [Song.] [London, 

1730 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (88.) 

[.^sop.] Shou'd I once change my Heart. 
A Song in the Comedy [by Sir John 
Vanburgh] calVd JSsop . . . Sung by Mrs. 
Cross and exactly engrav'd by T. Cross. 
[London, 1697.] fol. K. 7. i. 2. (65.) 

[Another edition.] Shou'd I once 

change^my Heart. A Song in . . . ^sope. 



etc. [London, 1700 ?] fol. 



[Another copy.] 



G. 304. (140.) 
G. 311. (46.) 



Awake, my Eyes, awake. A Song, etc. 

G. 304. (16.) 



LEVERIDGE (Richaed) [The Beau 
Demolished.] Whilst I'm carrouzing . . . 
So7ig . . . [composed] by Mr. Leveridge. 
[1715 ?] s. sh. fol. 
See Beau Demolished. G. 313. (130.) 

The Biter Bit. [Song.] [London, 

1720?] s. sh. fol. H. 1994. b. (97.) 

Black-Ey'd Susan to Mr. Leveridge's tune. 
For the Flute. [London, 

1720?] s.sh.idY. G. 305. (177.) 

Sec Caeey (H.) [Black-eyed Susan.] 

Sweet William's Farewell to Black-Ey'd 
Susan, etc. (Mr. Leveridge's Tune.) 
[1720?] s.sh.iol. H. 1601. (24.) 

[Another edition.] Sec Caeey (H.) 

[Black-eyed Susa)i.] Sweet William's 
Farewell, etc. (The Tune by ]\Ir. 
Leveridge.) [1725 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. g. (2.) 

See, Carey (H.) [Black-eyed Susan.] 

All in the Downs, etc. (Mr. Leveridge's 
Tune.) [1750?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 806. r. (11.) 
Blythe Jockey, young and gay. [Song.] 
Sung by the Boy. [London, 

1700?] s.sh.iol. G. 306. (234.) 

[Another copy.] G. 304. (26.) 

[Another edition.] Blythe Jockey, young 
and gay. A Scotch Song, etc. [London, 
1710?] s. s/(. fol. H. 1601. (67.) 

[Caligula. Tho' over all ilankind.] A 
Song made for the Entertainment of Her 
Royal Highness . . . Sung by Mrs. Lindsey, 
in Caligula [by J. Crowne] ; and exactly 
engrav'd by T. Cross. [London, 

1698.] fol. K. 7. i. 2. (66.) 

[Another edition. Tho' over all 

Mankind.] [London, 1100?] fol. 

G. 315. (50.) 
Wanting p>p. 1-3. 

Chloe brisk and gay appears. A Song . . . 
exactly engrav'd by T. Cross. [London, 
1698 ?] fol. K. 7. i. 2. (68.) 

[Another edition.] Cloe brisk and gay 
appears. [London, 1710 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 305. (23.) 
[Another edition.] Chloe brisk and gay 
appears. A Song . . . exactly engrav'd by 
D. Wright. [London, 1715 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (105.) 
Come fair one be kind. 
See infra : [Tlie Becruiting Officer.] 

The Contented Man. [Song.] [London, 
1740 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 308. (8.) 

[Another copy.] s. sh. fol. G. 315. (17.) 
Cry'd Celia to a Reverend Dean. [Song.] 
[London, 1730 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 307. (42.) 
[Another edition.] Cry'd Celia to a 
Reverend Dean. [Song.] [Loyidon ? 

1730 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. d. (95.) 



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LEVERIDGE (Richaedj The Cuckow. 
[Soug, the words by W. Shakespeare.] 
iLoiidon, 1725 ?] s. s/j. fol. G. 313. (62.) 

Cupid my Pleasure. A tico part Song. 
The words & Music by ^Nlr. Leveridge. 
[London, 1750 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. (95.) 

[Another copy.] H. 1994. a. (23.) 

The Cure of all Grief. [Song.] [London, 
1730?] s.sh.toL G. 307. (199.) 

Drinking Excus'd. [Song.] [London, 



1725 ?] s. sh. fol. 

[Another copy.] 

Early in the Dawning. 

by Mr. Penkdhman, 

1700 ?] s. sh. fol. 

[Another copy.] 

The fair Aurelia's gone 



G. 313. (5.) 

G. 303. (87.) 

[Song.] Sung 

[London, 

G. 304. (51.) 

I. 530. (52.) 

astray. [Song.] 



1707. 
See Fakewej.l Folly. H. 

The Fickle Fair. [Song, 
Smith.] [London, YimT] 



Words by a Person of Quality. [London, 
1720?] s.sh.iol. G. 305. (25.) 

[Another copy.] G. 312. (43.) 

[Farewell Folly.] The ^Mountebank Song 
[begins "Here are People and Sports"], 
Sung by Dr. Leverigo and his Merry 
Andrew Pinkanello, in Farewell to Folly 
[words by P. A. ilotteux], etc. [London, 
1707.] s. sh. fol. G. 305. (24.) 

[Another copy.] G. 305. (60.) 

The Mountebank, a Song [begins : 

" See Sirs, see here,"] in the Quacks or 
Farewell Folly. [Words by P. A. Motteux.] 
Set and sung by Mr. Leveridge. [London, 
1707.] s. sh. fol. G. 305. (20.) 

[Another copy.] G. 315. (137.) 

[Another edition.] The Mounte- 
bank. A Song, etc. 1707. s. sh. fol. 

" 1601. (383.) 

Words by J. 
s. sh. fol. 
G. 308. (67.) 

Fly from hi> chirming Language. [Song.] 
Sung by Mm. Lindsey. [London, 

1710?] s.sh.iol. G. 305. (209.) 

Foolish Swain thy Sighs forbear. A 
Song set and sung by Mr. Leveridge at 
the Theatre Rovall. [London, 

1715 ?j s.sh.iol. H. 160i. (160.) 

[Another edition.] Foolish Swain thy 
Sighs forbear. A Song, etc. [London, 

1720 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 305. (22.) 

[Another copy.] G. 307. (191.) 

From good Liquor ne'er shrink. Chanson 
a Boire. [London, 1720?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 307. (181.) 
Good Advice. A Song set and sung by 
Mr. Leveridge at the New Play-house. 
[London, 1700 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (286.) 
[Another edition.] Good Advice, etc. 
[London, 17157] s.sh.iol. G. 310. (28.) 



LEVERIDGE (Richard) [Another 
edition.] Good Advice, etc. 
Cluer : [Lojidon, 1720?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 316. g. (36.) 
A Health to the best in Chrisendom. 
[Song.] See Boast. Boast no more of 
nice Beautvs, etc. [By R. Leveridge.] 
[1710 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1601. (74.) 

Hold, John, e'er you leave me. 
See infra : [The Island Princess.'] 

If to Love or good Wine. A New Song, 
etc. [London, 1715 ?] fol. G. 309. (50.) 

Iris beware when Strephon pursues you. 
^•1 Song sett and sung by I\Ir. Leveridge at 
the Theatre. [London, 1720?] s. 67;. fol. 

G. 309. (77.) 
[The Island Princess.] The Prologue . . . 
Set and Sung by Mr. Leveridge and 
exactly engrav'd by T. Cross. '[London, 
1700.] s. sh. fol. G. 315. (100.) 

Hold, John, e'er you leave me. A 

Dialogue in the Island Princess. Set by 
Mr. Leveridg. Sung by him & Mr. Pate. 
[Words by P. A. Motteux.] 

[London, 1700.] fol. H. 1601. (188.) 

[Another edition.] Hold, John, e'er 

you leave me. A Dialogue in y" 3'* Act 
of y° Island Princess, etc. 

[London, 1700.] fol. G. 304. (72.) 

[Another edition.] Hold, John, e'er 

you leave me. A Dialogue . . . Newly 



Transpos'd for the Flute. 
[London, 1700.] fol. 



G. 308. (87.) 



Let soft desires your Heart engage. 

A Song, in the Opera called the Island- 
Princess . . . Sung by Mrs. Campion, and 
exactly engrav'd by T. Cross. [Words by 
P. A. Motteux.] [London, 1700.] s. sh. fol. 

K. 7. i. 2. (64.) 

[Another edition.] Let soft desires 

your Heart engage. A Song in the new 
Opera, etc. [London, 1700.] s. sh. fol. 

G. 304. (94.) 

Oh cease, urge no more. An En- 

thusiastich Song in the Island Princess. 
Set and Sung by Mr. Leveridge. [Words 
by P. A. Motteux.] [Lojidon, 1700.] fol. 

G. 310. (291.) 
Jenny long resisted. [Song.] Sung by 
Mrs. Campion. I. Walsh, I. Hare & I. 
Young: London, [1100 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 304. (85.) 

[Another copy.] G. 309. (62.) 

Jogging on from j'onder Green. [Song.] 
Sung by Mrs. Lindsey. 
[Lo7idon, 1700 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 304. (79.) 

[Another copy.] G. 309. (78.) 

[Jupiter and Europa.] This great World 
is a Trouble. [I\Iusic by R. Leveridge.] 
[1723.] s. sh. fol. 
See JuPiTEE AKD EuEOPA. G. 312. (47.) 



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LEVERIDGE (Richard) [The Lady in 
Fashion.] Tell me, Belinda, prithee do. 
A Song in [Woman's Wit or] the Lady 
in fashion . . . Sung hy ]Mrs. Gibber and 
exactly engrav'd by T. Cross. [Words by 
C. Gibber.] [London , 16dS ?] 

s. sh. fol. K. 7. i. 2. (67.) 

[Another edition.] Tell me Bellinda, 

etc. [Song, words from C. Gibber's 
' Woman's Wit ' . . . Music by R. Leveridge.] 
[1697 ?] fol. See Tell. H. 1601. c. (5.) 
Lay aside the reap-hook. 

See infra: [The Mountebank.'] 

Let soft desires your Heart engage. 
Sec supra : [T]ic Island Princess.'] 

[Love and a bottle.] When Cupid from 
his Mother fled. Songs in the new 
Comedy [by G. Farquhar] call'd Love and 
a Bottle. Sung by Mrs. AUinson. 
[London, 1699.] s. sh. fol. G. 304. (172.) 

[Another edition.] When Cupid from 

his ]\Iother fled. A Song . . . exactly en- 
grav'd by T. Cross. [London, 
1699 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 315. (150.) 

The Lusty Young Blacksmith, etc. [Song.] 
[London, 1705?] s. sh. fol. 

Gren. 559. (22.) 
[Another edition.] A lusty young Smith 
at his Vice stood a filing. A Song . . . 
exactly engrav'd by D. Wright. 
[London, 1705 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (45.) 
[Another edition.] A lusty young Smith 
at his Vice stood a filing. A Song, etc. 
[London, 1705 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 304. (8.) 
[Another edition.] The Lusty Young 
Blacksmith, etc. [London, 

1710 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. d. (15.) 

Marinda's face like Cupid's bow. A new 
Song . . . Sung att the Theater in Dublin. 
[London, 1700 ?] fol. G, 304. (105.) 
[Masaniello.] Of all the World's enjoy- 
ments. The Fishcrmans So7ig in the 
First Part of Massaniello [by T. Durfey], 
Set and Sung by Mr. Leveridge, and 
exactly engrav'd by T. Cross. 
[London, 1700.] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. c. (54.) 

■ [Another edition.] Of all the World's 

enjoj'ments. The Fishermans Song in 
Massaniello, etc. [London, 

1700.] s. sh. fol. G. 304. (115.) 

[Another copy.] G. 310. (173.) 

[Another copy.] G. 305. (185.) 

[Another edition.] Of all the World's 

enjoyments. The Fishcrmans Song, etc. 
Sec Of. Of all the Worlds enjoyments, 
etc. [Bv R. Leveridge.] [1700.] s.s7(.fol. 

H. 1601. (353.) 
The Miser's Pursuit, etc. [Song, words by 
the Rev. S. Wesley.] [Londoti, 

1725 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 313. (36.) 



LEVERIDGE (Richard) The Mounte- 
bank. Sec supra : [Farewell Folly.] 
[The Mountebank.] Lay aside the reap- 
hook. [Song.] Sung by Mr. Randall, in 
the Farce calVd the Mountebank or tJie 
Country Lass. [London, 1715.] s. sh. fol. 

G. 305. (133.) 
Different from the hiterludc of the same 
name in ' FareiocU Folly.' 

[Another copy.] G. 310. (23.) 

[Another edition.] Lay aside the 

reap-hook, etc. [London, 1715.] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (273.) 

Now Roger and Harry. [Song.] 

Sung by Mr. Jones in the Farce call'd the 
Mountebank or the Country Lass, etc. 
[London, 1715.] s. sli. fol. 

H. 1601. (314.) 

[Another edition.] Now Roger and 

Harrv, etc. [London, 1715.] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (133.) 

[Another copy.] G. 305. (13.) 

Now Roger and Harry. 
See supra: [The Mountebank.] 
Observations on a Gentlewoman, working 
by an Hour-Glass. [Song.] The Words 
by Ben Johnson. [London, 1753.] 8". 

P.P. 5438. z. 
Universal Magazine, Vol. XIII., p. 271. 
Of all the World's enjoyments. 
See supra : [Masaiiiello.] 

Of good English Beer our Song let's raise. 
A Song in Praise of Old English Beer. 
[London, 1740 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (198.) 
[Another copy.] G. 303. (70.) 

[Another edition.] Of good English Beer 
our Song let's raise, etc. [London, 

1745 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. e. (101.) 

Oft I'm by the Women told. An Ode in 
Anacrcon. [Translated by A. Cowley.] 

Printed for J. Simpson: 
[London, 1735 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 315. (3.) 

[Another edition.] Oft I'm by the 
Women told. An Ode in Anacreon. 
[London, VJ^O"!] s. sh. lo\. 

G. 310. (179.) 
Oh cease, urge no more. 
See supra : [Tlie Island Princess.] 

Oh Death think on the Words you gave. 
A Dialogue betiocen Death and a Dying 
Person . . . The Words by Mr. Parrat. 
[London, 1740.] 8°. 239. e. 10. 

Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. X.,p. 88. 

Old Poets have told us, when they were 
grown mellow. [Song.] [London, 

1720 ?] s. sh. fol. I. 530. (90.) 

On Sunday after Mass. [Song.] Sung 
by Mrs. Mills. [London, 1700 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 304. (113.) 

[Another copy.] G. 310. (182.) 



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LEVERIDGE (Richard) On Sunday 
after Mass. [Another copy.] I. 530, (92.) 
[Another edition.] On Sunday after ]\Iass. 
A Song, etc. [London, 1710?] s.sh.iol. 

H. 1601. (350.) 
[Plot and no Plot.] When Chloe I your 
Charms survey. A Song in the Plot and 
no Plot [words by T. Cheek], Set and 
Sung by Mr. Leveridge and exactly en- 
grav'd by T. Cross. [London, 

1698.] s. sh. fol. K. 7. i. 2. (69.) 

[Another edition.] When Chloe I 

your Charms survey. [London, 

1705 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 304. (170.) 

[Another edition.] When Chloe I 

your Charms survey, etc. [London, 

1710?] s. s7i. fol. H. 1601. (511.) 

[The Quacks.] To gentle Strei^hon tell 
your grief. A Song in the Play call'd the 
Quacks, or Lov's the Physitian, [adapted 
by 0. Mac Swiney from Moliere's 
' Li' Amour Medecin,'] Sung by the Boy. 
[London, 1705.] fol. G. 315. (9.) 

[The Recruiting Officer.] Come fair one 
be kind. A Song . . . Sung by ]\Ir. Wilks 
in the Comedy call'd the Recruiting 
Officer. [Words by G. Farquhar.] With- 
in Compass of the Flute. [London, 
1705.] s. sh. fol. G. 307. (1.) 
[Another copy.] G. 305. (19.) 
The Reproach. [Song, Words by Dr. 
Donne.] See Young (A.) The Reproach, 
etc. (]\Ir. Leveridge's Tune.) 

[1720?] s.sh.iol. G. 311. (76.) 

[Another edition.] The Reproach. 
See Young (A.) The Reproach, etc. (Mr. 
Leveridge's Tune.) [1720?] s.sh.iol. 

H. 1601. (405.) 
Resolution. [Song.] ^London, 

1725?] s.sh.iol. G. 310. (15.) 

The Roast Beef Song [begins : " When 
mighty Roast Beef was the Englishman's 
Food "] ... by a Lady of Quality. 
[London, 1735 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 313. (135.) 

[Another copy.] 1. 530. (177.) 

[The Roast Beef Song.] See By. By the 
blessing of God we have Conquer'd at 
last, etc. [To the tune of the Roast Beef 
of Old England, by R. Leveridge.] 
[1782.] s. sh. fol. G. 306. (190.) 

Should I dye by y" Force of Good Wine. 
A Song Sett and Sung by Mr. Leveridge 
at the Theatre. [London, 

1720?] s.sh.iol. H. 1601. (395.) 

[Another edition.] Should I dye by y"= 

force of good Wine. A Song, etc. 

T. Cluer : [London, 1720 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. g. (55.) 
[Another edition.] Should I dye by y= 
force of good Wine, etc. [London, 

1720?] s. sh. fol. G. 311. (81.) 



LEVERIDGE (Richard) [Another 
edition.] Should I dye by the Force of 
good Wine, etc. [London, 

1730?] s.sh.iol. G. 316. e. (134.) 

Shou'd I once change my Heart. 
See supra : [.^sop.] 

The Sun was just setting. A new Song, 
etc. H. Plaijford : [London, 

1700 ?] s. sh. fol. " G. 312. (28.) 

[Another copy.] G. 304. (149.) 

[Another edition.] The Sun was just 
setting, etc. [London, 1710 ? ] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. 429. 

Sure ne'er was a Dog so wretched. A 
Song . . . Set for the German Flute. 
[London, 1735 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. e. (144.) 

Sweet are the Charms of her I love. A 
New Ballad. The Words by Mr. Barton 
Booth, etc. [London, I'ilO?] s.sh.iol. 

H. 1601. (404.) 

[Another edition.] Sweet are the Charms 
of her I love. A New Ballad, etc. 
I. Jones : [London, 1710 ?] s. sh. fol. 

L 530. (91.) 

[Another edition.] Sweet are the charms 
of her I love. A Netv Song, etc. 
[London, 1710 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 305. (217.) 
[Another copy.] G. 311. (52.) 

[Another copy.] G. 316. g. (61.) 

[Sweet are the Charms of her I love.] 
See Fair. Fair soft and easy Celia walks 
... to the Tune of Sweet are the Charms 
&c. [By R. Leveridge,] etc. 
[1720 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1601. (140.) 

Tell me, Belinda, prithee do. 

Sec supra : [The Lady of Fashion. '\ 

Thus Damon knock't at Celia's Door. A 
Song . . . sung at the Theater. [Words 
from G. Farquhar's ' Constant Couple.'] 
[London, 1700 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (448.) 

[Another edition.] Thus Damon knock't 
at Celia's door. A new Song . . . Sung at 
y" Theater in Dublin. [London, 

1710 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 304. (155.) 

Time Anticipated. [Song.] ^London, 

1725 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 303. (5.) 

The Tippling Philosophers. [Song, words 
by E. Ward.] Set and Sung by Mr. 
Leveridge at the Theatre in Lincoln's Inn 
Fields. I. Jones : [Loudon, 

1710 ?] s. sh. fol. Gren. 559. (17.) 

[Another edition.] The tippling Philo- 
sophers, e^c. [London, 1715?] s.sli.lol. 

H. 1601. (136.) 

To gentle Strephon tell your Grief. 
Sec supra : [The Quacks.] 



46 



LEVEEIDGE— LIBERTA 



liEVERIDGE (Richakd) The Wheel of 
Fortune. See Wheel. The Wheel of 
Life is turning quickly round ... A Song 
rcompoFed and] Sung by Mr. Leveridge, 
etc. [1725?] s.sh.iol G. 312. (21.) 

When Chloe I your Charms survey. 
See supra : [Plot and no Plot.] 

When Cupid from his Mother fled. 
Sec supra : [Love and a Bottle.'] 

When Sawney first did woe me. A new 
Song . . . Sung at y° Theater in Dublin. 
[London, 1710 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 304. (173.) 

[Another edition.] When Sawny first 
did woe me. A Scotch Sorig, etc. 
[London, 1710 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (503.) 

[Another edition.] When Sawny first did 
woe me, A Scotch Song, etc. [London, 

1715 ?] s. sh. fol. G-. 313. (64.) 

[Another copy.] G. 305. (6.) 

Why do you with disdain refuse. A Song, 
the Words by a Person of Quality . . . 
exactly engrav'd by T. Cross. [London, 
1700?] s. sh.iol. I. 530. (93.) 

A Yorkshire Tale. [Song.] [London, 

1720 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 307. (6.) 

[Another edition.] A Yorkshire Tale, etc. 
[London ? 1720 ?] s. sh. fol. 

h. 316. d. (93.) 

Young Cupid I find. A Song. Set and 
Sung by Mr. Leveridge at the Theatre. 
[London, 1120?] s.sh.iol. 
^ G. 305. (152.) 

Sec Habmonia Anglic ana. Harmonia 
Anglicana ... A Collection of . . . Songs 
. . . by . . . Leveridge, etc. [1765 ?] fol. 
^ G. 103. b. 

See Shield (W.) [The Crusade.] The 
Songs . . . in the . . . Crusade, [a Pasticcio,] 
composed by . . . Carolan, Leveridge, etc. 
[1720.] obi. fol. D. 293. b. 

See Thesaueus Musicus. Thesaurus 
Musicus. A Collection of . . . Part Songs 
. . . by . . . Leveridge, etc. H. 73. 

LEVESQUE (Peter) XII. Canzonetts 
for One, Two and Three Voices, Adapted 
for the Harpsichord and Piano Forte, 
with Accompanymeuts. Opera Secunda. 
Printed for the Author by Thos. Straight : 
London, [1790?] obi. fol. 

F. e07. z. (2.) 

LEVONS. Levons nous, un Tribun per- 

fide. Chant. See Lesueub (J. F.) 

LEVY ( ) Bacchus, dans ce repas tu 
vas perdre ta gloire. Becit de Basse. 
Les paroUes sont de M' le Chevalier de 
Lauret, etc. [Paris,] 1751. s. sh. i". 

298. c. 3. 
Mercure de France, May, 1751. 



LlSVY ( ) La Bagatelle. Vaudeville. 

Les paroles sont de M"' Mesl4, etc. 
[Paris,] 1751. s. sh. 4°. 298. e. 5. 

Mercure de France, Sept., 1751. 

LEWIS (Matthew Gbegoey) Evelina's 
Lullaby. A Favorite Ballad Sung ... at 
. . . Drury Lane by Mrs. Bland. The 
Poetry and Music by ]M. G. Lewis, etc. 
Monzani & Cimador, for Mrs. Bland : 
Lo«(7o7!, [1800?] fol. H. 2831. a. (14.) 

LEYDING (Johakn Dietrich) Zwolf 
italicenische Arietten ausden dramatischen 
Wercken des Herrn Abts Metastasio . . . 
in Music gesetzt von J. D. Leyding. 
Erster Theil. Bey G. C. Gnmd : 

Hamburg, [1765?] obi. fol. D. 357. 

Oden und Lieder mit ihren eigenen 
Melodien. Bey D. Iversen : 

Altona, 1757. 8'\ D. 357. a. 

LEYERMANN. Der Leyermaun. [Song.] 
See HiMMEL (P. H.) 

L'HOSTE (Spirito) De 1' Hoste da 
Reggio 11 Primo Libro de ]Madrigali a Tre 
Voci . . . Nouamente da lui fatti, corretti, 
& posti in luce. Alto. 
Appresso di Francesco et Simone Moscheni : 
Milano, 1554. obi. 4°. A. 262. 

LIBER (Anton Joseph) Six Senates en 
Trio pour le Clavecin avec Accompagne- 
ment de Violon et Basse. [Separate 
Parts.] Chez S'' Glitz : Mannheim, 

[1775?] fol. g. 79. a. (3.) 

LIB]6rA. Le Libera de la Bourbonnoise. 
[Song.] See Dans. Dans Paris grande 
ville. [1785?] 8°. B. 362. i. (40.) 

LIBERATI (Antimo) Lettera scritta dal 
Sig. Antimo Liberati in risposta ad vna 
del Sig. Ovidio Persapegi, che gli fa istanza 
di voler vedere, ed' essaminare i Componi- 
menti di Musica, fatti dalli cinque Con- 
correnti nel Concorso per il posto di 
IMaestro di Cappella della Metropolitana 
di Milano, etc. Per il Mascardi : 

Buma, 1685. 4°. 556. c. 8. 

LIBERAZIONE DI RUGGIERO. La 

Liberazione di Ruggiero dall' Isola d' Al- 
cina. Balletto. See Caccini (Francesca) 

LIBERIA. Liberia's all my Thought 
and Dream. Song. 
See Barrett (J.) Organist. 

LIBERTA. La Liberta. Canzonetta. 
Sec GiAEDiNi (F.) 

La Liberta. Canzonetta. 

See Herbain ( d') Chevalier. 

La Liberta a Nice. [Duetto.] 
See Cherubini (M. L. C. Z. S.) 



LIBERTY— LIE 



47 



LIBERTY. Liberty. [Song, begins : 
' Since ev'ry Charm on Earth combines.'] 
Sec Hudson (R.) 

Liberty. Two-Part Song. [Begins : ' Happy 
Britain ! '] See R., J. 
Liberty. Song. See Since. Since ev'ry 
Charm on Earth combines, etc. [By R. 
Hudson.] [1766.] 8°. P.P. 5438. z. 
Liberty regain'd. Ode. See Basili (A.) 

LIBERTY HALL. Liberty HaU. Comic 
Opera. Sec Dibdin (C.) 
Liberty-HaU. [Song.] See Old. Old 
Homer, but what have we with him to do ? 
[1775 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1994. a. (76.) 

LICAS. Licas adorait Oriane. Romance. 
See Philidor (F. A. Danican) 
Licas Amant d'Aminte. Ah ! s'ils s'iveil- 
loieiit. [Song.] Air, Tandis que tout 
someille [by A. E. M. Gretrv]. 
ChezCamand: [Paris, 1789?] 8". 

B. 362. a. (192.) 
Licas aupres de ma Bergere. Musette. 
[Paris,] 1751. s. sh. 4°. 298. c. 6. 

Mercure de France, Dec, 1751. 

LICHFILD (Henry) The First Set of 
Madrigals of 5. Parts : apt both for Viols 
and Voyces. Cantus. (Altus.) (Tenor.) 
(Bassus.) (Quintus.) 5 pts. 

Printed for M[atthcxo] L[_owncs'], /[o/oi] 
B[rowne~\ and T\_liomas'] S[nodha7}i] the 
Assignes of W. Barley : London, 1613. 4". 

K. 8. f. 5. 
The last two leaves of the Altus are 
loanting, hut have been supplied in 
facsimile. 

LICKL (Georg) III. Grands Quatuors 

concertans pour deux Violons, Alto et 

Violoncelle. Oeuvre 1. [Separate Parts.] 

Chez J. Andre' : Offenbach s. M., 

[1800?] fol. g. 410. a. (9.) 

LICORIS. Licoris Bouquetiere. [Song.] 
Sec Je. Je suis jeune bouquetiere. 
[1780?] 8". B. 362. b. (145.) 

LIDARTI (Cristiano Giuseppe) Six 
Duetts for a Violin and Violoncello. 
[Separate Parts.] Welcker : 

London, [1775?] fol. g. 421. d. (9.) 
Six Sonatas for two German Flutes or 
Violins with a Thorough Bass for the 
Harpsichord. [Separate Parts.] 
Welcker : London, [1770 ?] fol. 

g. 242. (4.) 
[Another copj-.] h. 2852. a. (12.) 

Sei Trii per Due Violini con Basso . . . 
Opera iii. [Separate Parts.] 

Ati Bureau d' Ahonnemcnt Musical : 
Paris, [1770 ?] fol. g. 1003. 

See Galeotti (S.) Six Sonatas for Two 
Violins, with a Thorough Bass . . . one bv 
Sig' C. G. Lidardi. [1768?] fol. 

g. 516. a. 



LIDARTI (Giovanni Battista) Sei Trii 
per due Violini e Basso, etc. [Separate 
Parts.] Stampati a spese di G. Sodcrini : 
{London, 1780 ?] fol. g. 409. e. (2.) 

LIDEL (Andreas) Six Duettos, for the 
Violin and Tenor, with a separate part for 
the Violoncello . . . Opera 3*. 

Printed by the Author : 
London, [1779.] fol. g. 421. (13.) 

[Another edition.] Six Duettos . . . Opera 
S*. [Separate Parts.] 15'. Forster : 

London, [1180 7] iol. h. 219. (5.) 

A Second Sett of Six Duettos, three for 
Violin and Tenor, and three for Violin and 
Violoncello . . . Op. vi. [Separate Parts.] 
Printed by the Author : 
London, [1785 ?] fol. g. 421. (12.) 

A Third Sett of Six Duettos for Two Violins 
or Violin and Violoncello . . . Opera viii. 
[Separate Parts.] Printed by tJie Author : 
London, [1785 ?] fol. g. 426. b. 

In vain you tell your parting Lover. A 
Favorite Song. The Words by Prior. 

Printed for the Author : 
London, [1780 ?] fol. G. 309. (101.) 

Six Quartettos, Three for two Violins, 
Tenor & Violoncello, and three for Flute, 
Violin, Tenor & Violoncello Obligato . . . 
Opera 2*^. [Separate Parts.] Printed for 
the Author : London, [111^1] fol. 

g. 426. 

Three Quintettos for a Flute, Violin, two 
Tenors and Violoncello Obligato . . . Opera 
V. [Separate Parts.] W. Forster : 

Lo7idon,[nS4:?] fol. g. 426. a. 

Six Sonatas for Violin, Tenor & Violon- 
cello . . . Opera 4'". [Separate Parts.] 

Printed by the Author : 
London, [lim 7] fol. g. 416. (1.) 

[Another edition.] Six Sonatas for Violin, 
Tenor & Violoncello . . . Opera 4'\ [Sepa- 
rate Parts.] Printed for W. Forster : 
London, [1780 ?] fol. g. 420. c. (7.) 

Six Trios for a Violin or Flauto, Violino 
Secondo, and Violoncello Obligato . . . 
Opera 1™". [Separate Parts.] Longman, 
Lxilicy and Brodcrip : London, [1778.] fol. 

g. 409. (8.) 

LIDEL (Francis) Music the fiercest 
Grief can charm. A favorite Glee, etc. 
I[ohn] F[entu]7n : [London, 1780 ?] fol. 

G. 310. (109.) 

LIDL (Andreas) See Lidel. 

LIE. Lve on, while my revenge shall be. 
Glee. See Bates (W.) 

Lie still my little Heart. Song. 
Sec WiLLSON (.J.) 

Lie still my trembling Heart. Duetto. 
See Reeve (W.) [Joan of Arc] 



48 



LIEBE— LILIES 



LIEBE AUF DEM LANDE. Die 

Liebe iiuf dem Lande. Comische Oper. 
See HiLLER (J. A.) 

LIEBER. Lieber Casper lehr'michs doch. 
Duetto. See Mueller (W.) [Die Zau- 
hcrzitter.'] 
Lieber kleiuer Gott der Liebe. Aria. 

See LIuELLEE (W.) [Das neu Sonntags- 
kind.] 

LIED. Das Lied von Treue. Ballade. 
See ZuMSTBEG (J. R.) 

LIEDER. [Fiiuff uud sechzig teiitscher 

Lieder, vormals \n truck nie ussgangen] 

Y[agans]. [Apud Petrum Schoeffer. Et 

Mathiam Apiariuvi : Argentorati, 1536.] 

obi. 4". K. 8. i. 9. 

The title occurs only in the Tenor part. 

The following names of composers are 

given in MS. : Ludioig Senfiin 

[Senffel], Si.vt. Die[trich'], P. Wiest, 

T. Sparer, Cosmas Alderinus, W. 

Grdfinger, M. Greitter, C. Alderinus, 

Bar. Arthopius, Hid. Pratel [Brcit- 

tellius'], Joh. Wa7inenmac[her'], T. 

Stoltzcr, A. de Brilgk, B. Ducis, M. 

Eckel, Laza. Spenglcr and Wil. 

Braittengraser. Other composers are 

St. Mahu and P. Hoffhaimer. 

Lieder der Deutschen mit Melodieu. 

Erstes(-Viertes) Buch. 4 pts. 

Bev G. L. Winter : Berlin, 1767-S. 4". 

85. g. 13. 
Lieder eines Magdehens, beym Singeu 
und Claviere. Bey P. H. Perrenon : 

Milnster, 1774. obi. fol. C. 750. 

LIFE. Life is chequered. [Song.] 
See Greene (jNI.) 
The Life of a Beau. [Song.] 
See Carey (H.) [The Coffee House.'] 
The Life of a Belle. [Song.] 
See Carey (H.) 

Life's a Pun. [Song.] See Dibdin (C.) 
[Private Theatricals.] 

Life's chequer'd scene of light and shade. 
Glee [for three voices]. As Perform'd at 
the Pantheon j\Iasquerade, etc. 
P. H[odqson: London, 1780?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (56.) 

LIFE'S VAGARIES. I can dance and 
sing ... A Favorite Song sung by ]\Irs. 
Lee, in the new Comedy of Life's Vagaries 
. . .The Words by J. O'Keefe. 

Preston <£ Son : London, [1795.] fol. 

G. 249. (38.) 

LIGARIUS (Johannes) See Psalms. 
[Dutch.] Dat Woerdische Sangboeck, etc. 
[With a preface by J. Ligarius.] 
1647. 12°. 3433. de. 33. (1.) 

LIGHT. Light as thistle down. Song. 
See Shield (W.) [Rosina.] 



LIGHT. The Light Horse Volunteers. 
Song. See Schroeder (H. B.) 

LIGHT (Edward) The Art of Playing 
the Guitar. . .To which is added a variety 
of. . .Lessons, Airs, Divertimentos, Songs 
&c. . . . adapted for that Instrument. 
J. Preston: Londo7i, [1185 7] 8". e. 321. 

A First Book, or Master and Scholar's 
Assistant, being a Treatise on, and an 
Instructor for Learning ]\Iusic. . .with. . . 
Practical Lessons in progressive order 
... in Three Numbers. Composed & 
arranged by B. Light, etc. [No. 1.] 

Printed for the AutJior : London, 
[1794.] fol. h. 3213. g. (6.) 

The Ladies' Amusement, being a Collec- 
tion of Favourite Songs and Lessons 
within Compass of the Guitar, etc. No. 1. 
Printed for the Author : London, 
[1780 ?] obi. 4». a. 76. (3.) 

Low in a Vale young Willy sat. A 
Favourite Scotch Song. The Words by a 
young Gent". Str[aight] <.(; Sk[illern : 

London, 1775 ?] s. sh. fol. I. 530. (95.) 

LIGHT (Robert) An Air with Variations 
and Accompaniments for Flute and Violin 
obligati, etc. [Separate Parts.] 

T. Williamson, for the Author : London, 
[1800?] fol. h. 117. (25.) 

LIGHTEN. Lighten our Darkness, we 
beseech thee Lord. [Anthem.] 
See Jansen (L.) 

LIGHTLY. Lightly o'er the Village 
Green. Cxlee. See Spofforth (R.) 

LIKE. Like gentle Turtles cooing. The 
Happy Sivain. The Words by Mr. A. Brad- 
ley, a New Song. [London, 1720 ?] fol. 

H. 1601. (293.) 
[Another edition.] Like gentle Turtles 
cooing. Tlie Happy Swain. The Words 
by Mr. A. Bradley, etc. [London, 

1725 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. g. (40.) 

[Another copy.] G. 305. (295.) 

Like sparkling Champaigne. [Song.] 
See Battishill (J.) [Tlie Foundling.] 

LIKENESS. Likeness without Flattery. 
[Song.] Sec Hook (J.) 

LILIES. The lillies of France and the 
fair English rose. The Soldier's Song. 
[London, 1756.] 8\ P.P. ^5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. XIX., p>. 183. 

The Lillies of France and the fair English 
Rose. Tlie Soldier's Song. [Song.] 
[London, 1756.] 8". 158. L 1. 

London Magazine, 1756, p. 500. 

The Lillies of France & the fair English 
Rose. Soldier's Song. [London, 

1756.] s. sh. fol. G. 315. (76.) 



LILIES— LINDNER 



49 



LILIES. [Auother editiou.] The Lillies 
of France aud the fair English Hose. 
Soldier's Song. [London, 175G.] s. sli. fol. 

G. 312. (77.) 
The Lillies of France aud the fair English 
Hose. TJie Lillies of France. A Favorite 
Soldier's Song. Printed for 

H. Andrcics : London, ri797 ? ; s. sli. fol. 

G.360. (50.) 

Lilies ! sweet Lilies, buy ! Ballad. 
Sec Denman (H.) 

LILLA. Lilla oder Schonhcit und Tugeud. 
[Opera.] iSVc Martin y Solak (V.) [Una 
Cosa Buret.] 

Lilla niia dove sei. Arietta. 

See JIartin y Solar (V.) [Una Cosa 

Bar a.] 

LILLIPUTIAN. The Lilliputiou. [Song.] 
See Snibsox (J.) 

LILY. The Lily. [Song, begins: 'In 
vale retir'd.'] Sec Hudson (U.) 

The Lilly. Song. [Begins: ' Sheltcr'd 
from the biythe ambition.'] 
See Pring (J. C.) 

The Lily and the blushing Hose. Song in 
Braise of Women. Set to ]\Iusic by a 
Correspondent [of the Lady's ^lagazinej. 
[London, 177G.] s. sh. 4». P.P. 5141. 
Lady's Magazine, Sejit., 1770. 

The Lily of the Vale. [Song.] 
See Hudson (K.) 

LINCO. Linco found Damon lying. 

Linco's Advice to Damon. [Song.J 
[London, 1730 ?J s. sJi. fol. 

G. 316. e. (72.) 
[Auother edition.] Linco found Damon 
Iving. Linco's Adcicc to Damon. 
[1740 ?J s. sh. fol. G. 310. (22.) 

LINGO'S TRAVELS. I'll never go 
abroad again. Favourite Song in Lincu's 
Travels. [By J. Vernon.] [Dublin, 

1770?] s. sh. fol. G. 808. f. (35. b.) 
I saw sprightly France. Linco's Travels. 
[Song, by ^l. Arne.] Taken from a Favour- 
ite Interlude of that name, etc. [Dublin, 
1770 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 808. f. (35. a.) 
Welcome Linco, welcome home. [Song 
and Chorus by J. Vernon.] Linco's 
Travels, as Sung by Mr. King. S. Lee : 
[Dublin, 1110 ■>] s.sh.lol. 

G. 808. f. (35. c.) 
Linco's Travels. [Songs.] 
Sec Arnk (M.) aud Vkrnon (J.) 

LINDELL (Johan) Cantileuarum selec- 
tiorum editio nova, in gratiam Scholarium 
Notis Musicis, Distinctis Strophis aliaque 
adhibita emendatione evulgata a Joh: 
Lindell,c^c. [.46o,] 1776. S". B. 438. a. 
Engraved throughout. 

VOL. II. 



LINDENERUS (Fridekicus) 
See Lindner. 

LINDLEY (Robert) Throe Duets, for 
Two Violoncellos . . . Op. 1'"*. [Separate 
Parts.] Printed for Mon::ani <£ Cimador : 
London, [1800 ?] fol. h. 219. (9.) 

[Another copy.] g. 421. k. (5.) 

LINDNER (Friedrich) Bicinia Sacra, 
ex Variis Autoribus in Usum luventutis 
Scholasticse . . .coUecta : Quibus adjuncta 
est compendiaria in artem canendi Intro- 
ductio . . . Zweystimmige Gesiingleiu, 
sampt einem kurtzen vnterricht, wie man 
soil lernen singen, fitr die jungen Schuler 
ueulich im druck aussgangen. Vox In- 
ferior. Li officina typographica Catharinai 
Gcrlachix : Noribergac, 1591. obi. 4". 

A. 251. c. 
The navKS of the composers arc : O. 
di Lassus, Lupi, A. Scandcllus, J. 
Beinerus, Jachet Berchem, Finot, Ccr- 
ton, V. Buffi, T. Massaino, Gomperth, 
J. Handl, A. Gosioinus, Josguin, 
Jovan Nasco, B. di Lasso, M. Schram, 
J. Guami, G. de Antiquis, G. B.Pace, 
Tarquinio Papa, G. F. Palumbo, F. 
Facciola, S. Felis, C. M. Pizziolis, 
G. F. Capoani and C. V. Fanelli. 
CoroUarium Cantiouum Sacrarum Quin- 
que. Sex, Septem, Octo, ct Plurium 
VocumdeFcstisPrfficipuis Anni. Quarum 
qusedam antea, a prsestantissimis uostrte 
Eetatis Musicis, in Italia separatim editie 
sunt, quaedam vero nuperrimc concinnatBe 
... at nunc in unum quasi corpus redactae 
studio . . . Friderici Linducri,<7c. Cantus. 
(Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quiuta Vox.) 
(Sexta Vox.) G pts. Li officina typo- 
graphica Catharinie Gcrlachix : Nori- 
bergac, 1590. obi. 4^ A. 251. b. 
The coviposers namedarc : G. Aichinger, 
J. Cartarius, O. Columbanus, J. 
Corfinus, J. Florius, A. and G. Ga- 
bricli, M. A. Ligigncrius, B. Klin- 
genstein, D. Latirus, 0. di Lasso, B. 
del Mel, C. Merulus, P. de Monte, 
Sylla Pefraluysius, J. P. A. Praencs- 
tinus [J. P. Aloisius), A. Scandcllus, 

A. Stabile and A. Trombetti. 
[Another copy. Altus. (Bassus.) (Sexta 
Vox.)] 3 pts. A. 251. f. 
Gemma Musicalis : Selectissimas varii 
stili Cantiones (vulgo Italis Madrigali et 
Napolitane dicuntur) Quatuor, Quinque, 
Sex et Plurium Vocum Coutinens : Qua2 
ex diversis . . . IMusicorum libellis . . . uni 
quasi corpori iusertte & in lucem editse 
sunt, studio . . . Friderici Lindneri . . . 
Liber Primus. Canto. (Quinto.) 2 pts. 

Li officina typographica CatJiarinx 
GerlachisB : Noribergac, 1588. obi. 4". 

A. 251. d. 
The com2)osers named are : L. Bertani, 

B. Donato, A. Ferabosco, A. Gabrieli, 

B 



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LIN DNER— LINGKE 



G. Gabricli, 0. di Lasso, J. de Macquc, 
L. Marcnzio, C. Mcrulo, G. B. Mos- 
cuglia, G. M. Nanino, B. Paluvicino, 
Gioanctto da Palcstiina, C. de liore, 

F. Soriano, A. Striggio, H. Vccchi, 
H. Waelrant, J. WcrUi and A. Zoilo. 

Liber Secundus Gemmae IMusicalis : Se- 

lectissimas varii stili Cantiones, quae 

]\Iadrigali et Napolitaiie Italis dicuutur, 

Quatuor, Quiuque, Sex & pluiium vocum, 

contineus . . . Editte studio . . . Friderici 

Lindneri, etc. Canto. Ex Tijpographia 

Musica Catliarinac Gcrlachiac : Nori- 

bergae, 1589. obi. 4°. A. 251. g. 

The co7n.poscrs named are : G. Gabrieli, 

A. Gabricli, G. Croce, L. Marcn.vio, 

0. Vccchi, G. de Wcrth, Cav. Antinori, 

H. Sabino, G. Ferrctli, P. de Monte, 

G. Biffi, C. da Correggio, G. Convcrsi, 
G. Pallavicino, C. Antcgnati, N. Faig- 
nicnt caul F. Anerio. 

Tertius Gemmae Musicalis Liber : Se- 
lectissimasdiversorum Autorum cantiones, 
Italis Madrigali & Napolitanedictas, Octo, 
Septem, Sex, Quinque & Quatuor vocum 
coutinens. Nunc primum iu lucem editus 
studio . . . Friderici Lindneri. Canto. 

In officina typographica Cathcuinx 
GerlachicX : Noribcrgac, 1590. obi. 4". 

A. 251. h. 
TJic composers 7mmed arc: G. Wcrtli, 
G. Eremita, P. Due, B. Spontoni, O. 
Vecchi, B. Pallavicino, G. G. Gastoldi, 
G. Eenaldi, Scssa, d'Aranda, P. de 
Monte, A. Coma, P. Marni and F. 
Cedraro. 
IMaguificat, Beatissimse Deipareeque Vir- 
giuis MariaeCanticum, Quinque et Quatuor 
vocibus, — secundum octo vulgares musicse 
modes, a diversis uostrse setatis musicis 
compositum, ... in lucem editmu opera 
. . . Friderici Lindneri. Cantus. (Altus.) 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta Vox.) 5 pts. 
In officina Musica Catharine Gerlachise : 
Nori'bcrgse, 1591. fol. K. 4. h. 5. 

The composers' names are : J. M. Asula, 
H. Faa, T. Riccius, M. Varotto, V. 
Buffius and F. Guerrero. 
Missse Quinque, Quinis Vocibus, a diuer- 
sis et setatis nostrse prsestantissimis musi- 
cis compositae : Ac in usum Ecclesiee Dei 
nuperrime editse, studio & opera Friderici 
Lindeneri. Cantus. (Altus.) (Tenor.) 
(Bassus.) (Quinta Vox.) 5 pts. 

In officina tijpograjihica Catharime 
Gerlacliiss : Noribergae, 1590. obi. 4°. 

A. 251. e. 
The Masses are by Palcstrina, P. de 
Monte, G. Guami, P. di Lasso and 
G. Florius. 

Sacrse Cantiones, Cum Quinque, Sex et 
Pluribus Vocibus, de Fastis Praecipuis 
Totius Anni, a praesfcantissimis Italiae 
Musicis nuperrime coucinnatae ... in 
uuum Corpus redactte, studio . . . Friderici 



Lindneri, e/c. Discantus. (Altus.) (Tenor.) 
(Bassus.) (Quinta Vox.) (Sexta Vox.) 6 pts. 
In officina typographica CathariuBe. 
Gerlachise : Noribergx, 1585. obi. 4". 

A. 251. 
The composers named arc : J. A. Cardillo, 
J. Corfi}uis, S. Corncttus, N. Doratus, 
N. Faignicnt, A.Fcrabosco, J. Guamus, 
Don Ferdinando de Las Infantas, S. 
Marazzius, T. Massainus, C. Merulus, 
Gioannctto da Palcstrina, J. Penne- 
quinus, J. P. A. Pracnestinus and P. 
Zallamclla. 

Continuatio Cantionum Sacrarum Qua- 
tuor, Quinque, Sex, Septem, Octo et 
Plurium Vocum, de Festis Praecipuis 
Anni, a prsostantissimis Italia3 Musicis 
nuperrime concinuatarum ... in unum 
corpus redactfc, studio . . . Friderici Lind- 
neri, etc. Cantus. (Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 
(Quinta Vox.) (Sexta Vox.) 6 pts. 

In officina typographica CatharinsB 
Gerlachice : Noribergae, 1588. obi. 4". 

A. 251. a. 
Tlic composers named are : F. Anerius, 
J. A. Cardillus, A. and G. Gabrieli, J. 
C. Gabutins, J. L. Haslcr, Don F. de 
las Infantas, L. Marcnzio, B. del Mel, 
N. Parma, G. Porta, V. Ruffus, J. de 
la Sala, and A. Stabile. 

LINDOR. Lindor's Sonnet on the De- 
parture of Rosalie. [Song.] 
See Carnaby (W.) 

LINE. The Line was form'd. [Song.] 
See Glorious First of Juke. 

LING (William) The Loyal Briton, a 
much admired Song, etc. Longman and 
Broderip: London, [1108'?] fol. 

G. 376. (24.) 

The Rising of the Lark. A Favorite 
Welsh Song with an Accompaniment for 
the Piano Forte or Harp, also Arranged 
with Variations for the Piano Forte by 
W. Ling. W. Eolfe : London, 

[1800?] fol. G. 805. k. (7.) 

[Another copy.] G. 796. (13.) 

A Second Sett of Three Duetts for Two 
German Flutes, in which are introduced 
Favorite National Airs . . . Op. 3''. 
[Separate Parts.] W. Rolfc : 

London, {1800^ fol. g. 225. (5.) 

Three Senates for the Harpsichord or 
Piano Forte one with an Accompaniment 
for a Flute Obligate and two with an 
Accompaniment for a Violin. . .Opera V"°. 
[Separate Parts.] Printed by the 

Author: London, 11195?] fol. 

g. 161. e. (8.) 

LINGKE (Georg Friedrich) George 
Friedrich Lingkens . . . Kurze j\Iusiklchre, 
iu welcher nicht alleiu die Verwandschaft 
aller Tonleitern, sondern auch die jeder 



LINCtKE— LINLEY 



51 



zukommetden harmonischen Satze ge- 
zeigt, und mit praktischen Beyspielen 
erlautert werden. [With a Preface by J. 
A. Hiller.] Bey J. G. I. Brcitkopf : 

Leipzig, 1779. 4\ 7897. cc. 7. 

Die Sitze der IMusikalischeu Haupt- 
Siitze in eiuer harten und weichen Tonart 
und wie man damit fortschreitet uud 
ausweichet in Zwo Tabelleu eutworffen, 
erklart uud mit Exempeln erlautert, etc. 

B. C. Brcitkopf und Solin: 
Leipzig, 1766. 4". 7897. cc. 6. 

LINK-BOY. The Link-Boy. Song. 
Sec Moulds (J.) 

LINLEY (Francis) Thirty Familiar Airs 
for Two German Flutes ... To which are \ 
added Remarks on the utility of this 
Work, etc. Messrs. Hamilton, for the 

Editor : London, [17U0 ?J obi. 4". 

b. 60. (4.) 

A Christmas Box, containing Six Can- 
zonettino's for One, Two or Three Voices, 
with an Accompaniment for the Piano 
Forte. Composed by the late F. Linley. 
Book 1. E. Riley : London, 

[1800?] fol. H. 1650. j. (5.) 

Three Solos for the German Flute. . .with 
an Accompaniment for the Violoncello 
ad libitum ... by the late F. Linley. 
[Separate Parts.] G. Walker: London, 
[1800?] fol. g. 280. g. (17.) 

Through Groves and Flow'ry Fields. A 
Favorite Song, the Words by T. Duttou. 

Lewis, Houston (C Hi/de : London, 
[1796?] fol. G. 808. e. (32.) 

When Angry Nations. A Favorite Song 
. . . Written by T. Dutton. 

Printed for Lewis, Houston & Hyde: 
London, [1796 ?] fol. G. 808. e. (33.) I 

LINLEY (Thomas) the Elder. Twelve 
Ballads, etc. Printed for A. Portal : 

London, (1780.) obi. fol. E. 271. (10.) 
The Camp, an Entertainment, c/c. [Words ! 
partly by K. TickelL] Printed fur S. iC" A. 
Thompson : London, [1778.] obi. fol. 

E. 82. b. (2.) 
The Camp. A Musical Entertainment, 
etc. [1800.] hnpcrfect, ivanting all after 
p. 22. See Periodical Publications. — 
London. The Piano-Forte Magazine. 
Vol. IX. [No. 7.] [1797-1802.] 8". i 

D. 854. 

The Carnival of Venice, a Comic Opera 
... for the Voice and Harpsichord. 
[Words by R. Tickell.] 

Printed for S. A. cC P. Thompson : 
London, [1781.] obi. fol. E. 82. e. 

In my pleasant Native Plains. The 

Favourite Roundelay, etc. 

Printed for S. A. d P. TJiompson : 
London, [1781.] fol. G. 309. (98.) 



LINLEY (Thomas) the Elder. 

[Another copy.] G. 296. (6.) 

[Another copy.] G. 297. (11.) 

Young Lubin was a Shepherd Boy 

. . . Song, etc. Printed for S. A. cfi P. 

Thompson : London, [1781.] fol. 

G. 297. (14.) 

[For songs, &c., published anony- 
mously;] See Carnival OF Venice. 

Cheerly my Hearts of Courage true, 
[Song,] . . . Written by R. B. Sheridan, 
etc. Preston : London, [1797 ?] fol. 

H. 2830. f. (93.) 
Come my Jolly Lads. 
See infra : [Robinson Crusoe.] 

The Duenna, a Comick Opera . . . Com- 
posed by Mr. Linley [and T. Linley, Junr.]. 
[1798.] See Periodical Publications. — 
London. The Piano-Forte IMagazine. 
Vol. V. No. 1. [1797-1802.] 8". 

D. 854. 
Sec Duenna. The Dueima, etc. 



[Music selected and composed by T. Linley 
and T. Linley, Jun.] [1775.] obi. fol. 

E. 100. (2.) 

Elegies for throe Voices with an Accom- 
panyment for a Harpsichord and Violon- 
cello. P. Wclcker, for the Aiithor : 
London, \lTiO'^ fol. H. 1192. a. 

[Another copy.] G. 385. (2.) 

[Fortunatus.] The Favorite Song [by T. 
Linley] sung ... in the revived Panto- 
mime of Fortunatus, e/c. [1780?] fol. 
See Fortunatus, etc. H. 1648. a. (2.) 
[The Generous Impostor.] A Pastoral 
Interlude . . . perform'd in the Comedy 
[by T. L, Obeirne] of the Generous Im- 
postor, etc. S. A. tC P. Thompson : 
London, [1780.] obi. fol. E. 601. a. (9.) 
[The Gentle Shepherd.] The Overture, 
Songs & Duetts in the Pastoral Opera of 
the Gentle Shepherd, etc. [Words adapted 
from A. Ramsay by R. Tickell. Music by 
T. Linley.] [1781.] obi. fol. 
Sec Gentle Shepherd. E. 82. 
The Gentle Shepherd. A Pastoral Opera, 
etc. [1800.] hnpcrfect, icanting pp. 19 
aiul 20. See Periodical Publications. 
— London. The Piano-Forte ilagazine. 
Vol. X. No. 1. [1797-1302.] 8". 

D. 854. 
[The Glorious First of June.] The Mid- 
Watch. [For editions of this song pub- 
lished anonymously :] 
Sec Glorious First op June. 

[The Glorious First of June. The :Mid- 
Watch.] When 'tis Night and the Mid- 
Watch is come. [For editions of this song 
published anonymously :] See When. 

In my pleasant Native Plains. 
Sec supra : [TJie Carnival of Venice.] 

E 2 



52 



LINLEY 



LINLEY (Thomas) the Elder. Love iu 
the East, or Adventures of Twelve Hours, 
a Comic Opera [written by J. Cobb] 
. . . The Music composed & compiled by- 
Mr. Liuley, for the Harpsichord and 
Voice. Printed for S. A. lO P. Thompson: 
London, [1788.] ohl. fol. E. 82. d. 

The ilid-Watch. 

See supra: [The Glorious First of June.] 

Ne'er ah ne'er let sorrow's sting. 
See infra : [Sclima and Azor.'] 

No Flow'r that blows. 

See infra : [Scli7>ia and Azor.] 

Richard Coeur de Lion, an Historical 
Romance . . . Music by Monsieur Gretry, 
adapted ... by Mr. Linlcy. [1801.] 
See Pekiodical Publication's. — London. 
The Piano-Forte Magazine. Vol. XIV. 
[No. 9.] [1797-1802.] 8\ D. 854. 

Sec Gretry (A. E. IL) [Richard 

Cccur de Lion.] The Songs, Duets, Trios & 
Chorusscs of. . .Richard Cccur de Lion. . . 
Adapted ... by Mr. Linlcy. 

[1786 ?] oM. fol. E. 135. 

[Robinson Crusoe] Come my Jolly Lads. 
Tlic Song Sung by Mr. Gaudry in the 
New Pantomime of Robinson Crusoe, etc. 
[Words ascribed to R. B. Sheridan.] 
[London, 1781.] fol. Gr. 307. (62.) 

The Royal IMerchant. A Comic Opera . . . 
The Words by Mr. Hull. Wclclcer : 

London, [17G8.] oU. fol. E. 82. c. 

Sally. A favorite Song. [Begins : " Prim- 
roses deck the bank's green side."] 
E. Bhavies : Dublin, [1780 ?] s. &7(. fol. 

H. 1601. b. (95.) 
Selima and Azor, a Persian Tale, etc. 
[Opera, the words imitated from the 
French of Marmontel by Sir G. Collier.] 

Printed for C. and S. Tlwmpson : 
London, [1776.] obi. fol. E. 82. b. (1.) 

Overture, etc. [P.F.] G. Walker : 

London, [1800?] fol. g. 272. b. (44.) 

Ne'er ah ne'er let sorrow's sting. 

An Additional Favourite Song sung by 
Miss Romanzini, etc. 

Printed for S. A. tC- P. Thompson : 
London, [1788.] fol. G. 806. c. (25.) 

No Flow'r that blows, etc. [Song.] 

S[amucl] A[nn and] Pieter] T[hompson : 

■ London, lim?] fol. G. 310. (152.) 

[No Flow'r that blows.] Sec Carter 

(C. T.) The celebrated song of the Rose 
with Variations, c^c. [1780 VJ fol. 

g. 271. (18.) 
[The Spanish Rivals.] The Overture, 
Songs, Duetts, &c., in the Spanish Rivals, 
a Musical Farce, etc. [Written by ]\L 
Lonsdale.] 

Printed for S. A. tC P. Thompson: 
London, [1784.] obi. fol. E. 100. a. (5.) 



LINLEY (Thomas) the Elder. The 
Strangers at Home, a Comic Opera 
[written by J. Cobb] . . . Selected & Com- 
posed by T. Linlcy. 

Printed for Longman (C Broderip : 
London, [1786.] obi. fol. E. 100. a. (6.) 
[The Triumph of Mirth.] The Tunes, 
Songs, Glee, &c., iu the Pantomime of 
The Triumph of ]Mirth, or Harlequin's 
Wedding . . . Composed and Selected by 
Mr. Linlcy. 

Printed for S. A. cC P. Thompson : 
London, [1782.] obi. fol. E. 82. a. 

The Overture is by T. Linlcy the 
Younger, 
When war's alarms entic'd my Willy from 
me. Wars alarms entic'd my Willy, etc. 
[Song, music by T. Linlcy the Elder.] 
[1770?] s.sh.ioh 6'cc When. 

L 530. (179.) 
When War's Alarms. Sec Smart (T.) 
When War's Alarms. [By T. Linley.] 
With Variations, etc. [1790 ?] fol. 

h. 141. a. (17.) 
The Woodman. [Song.] Written by W. 
Pearce, etc. Preston iC Sou : London, 

[1795?] fol. H. 2821. (19.) 

Young Lubin was a Shepherd Boy. 
See supra : [IVic Carnival of Venice.] 
See Paisiello (G.) [II Barbiere di 
Siviglia. Saper bramatc.] For tender- 
ness form'd. A Favourite Song in. . .the 
Heiress. . .Adapted. . .by Mr. Linlev. 
[1786.] fol. H. 131. (40.) 

LINLEY (Thomas) the Elder and (Thomas) 
the Younger. The Posthumous Vocal 
Works of ]Mr. Linley and IMr. T. Linley, 
Consisting of Songs, Duetts, Cantatas, 
Madrigals and Glees. In two Volumes. 
[Published by I\Irs. Linley.] 

Preston, for the Proprietor : London, 
[1800?] fol. ^ H. 1192. 

LINLEY (Thomas) the Younger. The 
Duenna, a Comick Opera . . . Composed 
by Mr. Linley [and T. Linley, Junr.]. 
[1798.] See Periodical Publications.— 
London. The Piano-Forte Magazine. 
Vol. V. No. 1. [1797-1802.] 8". 

D. 854. 

Sec Duenna. The Duenna, etc. 

Music selected and composed by T. Linley, 
and T. Linlcy, Junr.] [1775.] obi. fol. 

E. 100. (2.) 
See Linley (T.) the Elder and (T.) the 
Younger. The Posthumous Vocal Works 
of Mr. Linlcy and Mr. T. Liuley, etc. 
[1880?] fol. H. 1192. 

LINLEY (William) Six Canzonetts, 
with an Accompaniment for the Piano 
Forte or Harp. Broderip d Wilkinson : 
London, [IQOOl] oW. fol. 

E. 600. n. (6.) 



LINLEY— LIRE 



53 



LINLEY (William) Flights of Fancy, 
in Six new Glees for four Voices, etc. 
Thompson : London, [1797 ?] obi. fol. 

D. 401. (7.) 

Last Whitsunday they brought me. 
ScciuirsL: [Vortigeyn.'] 

The Night was dark. 

Sec infra : [A Trip to the Kore.'] 

She sung whilst from her Eye ran down. 
&Vc infra: [Vortigcrn.] 

[A Trip to the Nore.] The Night was 
dark. A much admired Song sung by ^Irs. 
Bland in A Trip to the Nore [words by A. 
Franklin], etc. Longman and Brodcnp : 
[London, 1797.] fol. G. 250. (24.) 

[Vortigern.] Last Whitsunday they 
brought me. Miss Leake's Favorite Song 
in Vortigern [words by W. H. Ireland], 
etc. Longman (i- Broderij) : London, 

[179G.] fol. G. 250. (27.) 

She sung whilst from her Eye ran 

down. Mrs. Jordan's Favorite Song in 
Vortigern [words by W. H. Ireland], etc. 

Lo)tgman (f Broderij^ : London, 
[1796.] fol. G. 250. (26.) 

See Glees. A Selection of Glees from 
the MSS. of the Coucentores, being the 
Compositions of. . . W. Linley, etc. 
[1800 ?] oil. fol. E. 207. a. (1.) 

See Sale (J.) A Collection of New Glees 
, . .To which are added Four Others. . .by 
Dr. Arnold, Messrs. Webb[e", Callcott and 
Lindley, f/f. [1800?] oW. fol. 

E. 600. r. (6.) 

LINNET. The Linnet. [Song, begins : 
' As passing by a shady Grove.'] 
See Heevk (W.) 

The Linnet. [Song.] Sec Warblixg. 

The warbling Linnet from his ]\Iate. 
[1740.] s. sh. fol. G. 312. (130.) 

A Linnet's nest with anxious care. Ballad. 
See DiBDiN (0.) 

LINNETS. The Linnets. [Song] See As. 
As bringing home the other Dav, etc. 
[17G0?] s.sh.iol H. 1994. a. (166.) 

The Linnets. [Song.] Sec At. At setting 

Sun, tho' half afraid. 

[1780?] s.sh.iol G. 306. (110.) 

LIONEL AND CLARISSA. A School 
for Fathers ; a Comic Opera : as performed 
at tho Theatre-lloyal, in Drury-Lane. 
The Words and ]\Iusic by the Author 
[I. Bickerstaife] and Composer [C. Dibdin] 
of the Padlock. [A Pasticcio, arranged 
by C. Dibdin.] Printed for J. Johnston : 
J^ondon, [1768.] obi. fol. ' D. 279. a. 
The composers named in this work are : 

Dibdin, Scolari, Galiij:!}^, Vento, Dr. 

Arne, Vinci and Potenza, 



LIONEL AND CLARISSA. Lionel 
and Clarissa, or A School for Fathers, 
a Comic Opera as perform'd at the 
Theatre-Royal. [Words] By the Author 
of Love in a Village [I. Bickerstaffe]. 
The j\Iusic composed by Eminent Masters. 
[Arranged by C. Dibdin.] 

J. Johnston, for the Author : London, 

[1770?] 06/. fol. D. 279. (2.) 

This edition is the same as that issued 

as ' A School for Fatlicrs,' with the 

exception of the title-xiage. 
Lionel and Clarissa; or a School for 
Fathers. A Comic Opera, etc. [1799.] 
See Periodical Publications. — London. 
The Piano-Forte Magazine. Vol. VI. 
No. 6. [1797-1802.] &". D. 854. 

Lionel and Clarissa. . .Adapted for the 
German - Flute Violin Hautboy and 
Guittar. I. Johnston, for the Anthor : 

Lo?!f7on, [1770?] o6Z. 4°. a. 19. (3.) 

Hope and Fear. [Song, by C. Dibdin.] 
Sung by Miss Macklin in,.. Lionel and 
Clarissa. [Jjondon, 1773.] s. sh. 4°. 

159. n. 5. 
Jjondcm Magazine, Oct., 1773. 
Hope and Fear. [Song, by C. Dibdin.] 
Sung by ^liss Ashmore, in Lionel & 
Clarissa." S. Jjcc : [Dublin, 

1775 ?] .•;. sh. fol. G. 316. (96.) 

Oh dry those Tears. A Favorite Song in 
Lionel and Clarissa. . .by Gailuppi. 
J. Lee: [Dublin, 1780?] fol. 

G. 383. j. (19.) 
LIPPARINO (GuGLiELMO) Sacri Cou- 
certi a Cinque Voci con il suo Basso per 
r Urgano. . .Libro Primo. Opera Unde- 
cima, etc. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) 
(Basso.) (Quinto.) (Basso per 1' Organo.) 
6 pts. Appresso Alcssandro Vincenti : 

Venctia, 1629. 4\ D. 1000. 

LIPPIUS (Joannes) Synopsis Musicre 
Novte omuino verte atque INIethodicse 
uniuersse, in omnis Sophia; Pr?egustum 
nappfyoos inventse disputatse & propositse 
omnibus Philomusis a M. Joanne Lippio, 
etc. Impcnsis Pauli J.edertz, Typis 

Caroli Kirffer : Argentorati, 1G12. 8". 

7898. aa. 40. 

LIQUORISH (William) The first Regi- 
ment of Royal Tower Hamlets iMilitia, 
March and Quick Step, . . . [Full Score] 
and Adapted for the Piano Forte, etc. 
11'. Hodsoll : J.ondon, [1796 ?] fol. 

g. 133. (36.) 
The Loyal Hampstead Association March 
and Quick Step, . . . [Full Score] and 
Adapted for the Piano Forte, etc. 
W. Hodsoll: LoHfZoji, [1796?] fol. 

g. 133. (37.) 



LIRE MA9ONNE. 

Recueil de Chansons. 
and Do Bois ( ) 



La Lire Mac^onne, 

Sec ViGNOLES ( "^ 



54 



LIROUX— LISTENIUS 



LIROUX (Jean rRAN90is Espic de) 
Alise ct Arseme. Ilomance. (Paroles de 
M. de la Place, etc.). [Paris,] 1782. 8". 

298. f. 16. 
Mercure de France, June, 1781, ^x 101. 
Explication du Systeme de I'Harmonie, etc. 
Chez Merigot : Londrcs, 1785. 8". 

1042. i. 20. 

LISBIA. Lisbia. Canzonet. 
Sec Graeff (J. G.) 

LISE. Lise chantoit dans la prairie. 
Ariette. Sec Dezede (N.) [Blaise et 
Babet.} 

Lise d'une main alerte. Le Verrou, ott la 
Sage iin'caution. [Song.] Air: [Coeurs 
sensibles] du Mariage de Figaro. 
Chez Camand: [Paris, 1790?] 8°. 

B. 362. e. (93.) 
Lise, entends tu I'orage. Ariette. 
See Albanese ( ) 

Lise fut voir un Medecin. Le Mai d'Avan- 
tiire. [Song.] Air : du Confiteor, etc. 
[Paris, 1785 ?J 8°. B. 362. (228.) 

Lise m'aimoit. Chanson. See Dugue (P.) 
Lise par fantaisie un jour. UArith- 
ini>tiqiie. Air Anglais, adress6 a M. de 
B. . . (Par D. G. J.) [Paris, 1790 ?] 8°. 

B. 362. a. (135.) 
Lise Penitente. Eomance. Sec IMoN. 
]\Ion pere je viens devant vous, etc. 
[1785?] 8". B. 362. e. (70.) 

Lise voyoit deux pigeons se caresser. 
Ariette. Sec Albanese ( ) 

LISE ET COLIN. Lise et Colin. Op^ra. 
See Gaveaux (P.) 

LISETTE. Lisette a un joli rosier. Lcs 
Abricots, ou le Easier di'flcuri. [Song.] 
Air, Pliillis demande son portrait. 
Chez Camand : Paris, [1785 ?] 8". 

B. 362. f, (25.) 
Lisette, belle Lisette. Air. See Croisee. 
Lisette est faites pour Colin. Colin et 
Lisette. Vaudeville. [Paris, 1790?] 8°. 

B. 362. e. (72.) 
[Another copy.] B. 362. b. (112.) 

Lisette et Lubin. [Song.] See Petit. 
Le petit Dieu charmant, etc. [1780?] 8». 

B. 362. e. (88.) 
Lisette ne possedait rien. [Song.] Le 
Ciq)idon de Lisette, [words] par M. Deduit. 
Air : du Tonnelier. [By N. M. Audinot.] 
Chez Bayer : Paris, [1775 ?] 8°. 

B. 362. j. (1.) 

LISIA. Un Espagnol qui voit venir. Air 

de Lisia [words by Monnet, music by E. 

Scio] avec Accompagnement de Guitarre. 

[Paris, 1793.] 8". B. 362. g. (87.) 

XjISIS. Lisis avait de la jeunesse. [Song.] 
See Candeille, afterwards Simon, after- 
yrards Perie (A. J.) 



LISLE ( de) Sec Delisle. 

LISMORE ( ) Le Maitre d'Ecole. 
Op6ra-Comique mesle d'Ariettes, etc. 
[Words by Anseaume, music by Lismore.] 
1760. 8". 11738. b. 15. (4.) 

LISON. Lison avec son cher Colin. 
Deuxiihne Fanx-Pas ; ou lcs Avians satis- 
faits. Parodie de " Colin disoit a Lise un 
iour." [Song.] [Paris, 1780?] 8". 

B. 362. b. (109.) 
Lison dormoit dans un bocage. Ariette. 
See Julie. 

Lison guettoit une fauvette. Le Trihiichet. 
[Song.] [Paris, 1780?] 8°. 

B. 362. b. (118.) 

Lison, jeune et timide. Air. 

See Dalayrac (N.) [L'A'clipse Totale.'] 

Lison revonant seulette. L'Heureiise 

Rencontre. Ronde a danser. 

[Paris, 1780 ?] 8°. B. 362. g. (84.) 

Lison revenoit au Village. Le Soir. 
Ariette Nouvelle. [Paris, 1780 ?] 8°. 

B. 362. b. (102.) 
LISTEN. Listen to the carol'd ditty. 
[Song.] Sec Spencer (J.) 

Listen to the Voice of Love. Glee. 
See Geary (T. A.) 

Listen, listen, to the Voice of Love. Song. 
See Hook (J.) 

LISTENIUS (NicoLAUs) Rudimenta 
]\Iusicse, in gratiam studios^ inuentutis 
diligeter comportata, etc. Per Henricmn 
Steyner : Augustse Yindelicorum, 1536. 8". 

785. b. 47. 
Rudimenta ]\Iusicse,e/c. Henricns Steyner: 
Augustas Yindelicorum, 1537. 8°. 

785. b. 38. 
]\Iusica Nicolai Listenii, ab Authore denuo 
recognita, multis^j nouis rcgulis & ex- 
emplis adaucta. Aj^iud lohan. Petreium : 
Norimbergce, 1541. 8°. 7898. e. 30. 

]\Iusica Nicolai Listenii, ab Authore denuo 
recognita, multisq^ nouis regulis exemplis 
adaucta. Per . . . Michaclem Blum : 

Lvpsise, 1543. 8". 785. a. 47. 

Musica Nicolai Listenii. Ab authore 
denuo recognita, multi^qj nouis Regulis & 
Exemplis adaucta. Apud Georgium 

Bhau : Yitebcrgn-, 1548. 8°. K. 4. A. 12. 

Musica Nicolai Listenii, ab Authore denuo 
recognita, multisq^ nouis regulis et exem- 
plis adaucta. Aptid lohan. Petreium : 
Norimbergc'e, 1549. 8°. 51. b. 30. 

Musica Nicolai Listenii, denuo recognita, 
multisque nouis regulis & exemplis adauc- 
ta, ac correctius quam antea edita. 
E.rcndcliatur, in Officina Katharinx Ger- 
lachin, if Hterediim lohannis Montani : 
Noribergse, 1577- 8°, 1042. e. 4. 



LISUART— LOBWASSEK 



S6 



LISUART UND DARIOLETTE. 

Lisuart und Dariolette, oder die Frage 
und die Antwort. Romantisch-comische 
Oper. See Hillee (J. A.) 

LITANIES. Litaniffi Septem Deiparae 
Virgini I\Iusice decantandae. 
Pctnis Phalesius : Antuerpise, 1598. S". 

K. 8. e. 16. 

LITANY. A New Littany, desigu'd for 
this Lent, f/c. See Fno^i. From Counsels 
of Six, etc. 1684. s. sh. fol. 

1872. a. 1. (128*.) 

LITTLE. The Little Beggar Girl. [Song.] 
See Denning (T.) 

Little Bess the Ballad Singer. Song. 
See Arnold (S.) 

Little Bingo. [Song.] See Farmer. The 
Farmer's Dog leapt o'er the Stile, etc. 
[1780?] s. s7i. fol. G. 312. (178.) 

Little Bird with Bosom rod. [Glee.] 

Sec Hook (J.) 

Little Boy Blue. Glee. Sec Abrams (H.) 

The Little Butcher Boy. Song. Sec If. 

If you'll attend I'll sing a Song. 

[1799.] s. sh. fol. G. 249. (56.) 

Little Colin and little Phillis. [Song.] 
See Happy. The Happy Hour is almost 
come, etc. [1800.] s. sh. 4". P.P. 5141. 

The Little Coquette. [Song.] S^'c Though. 
Tho' still so Young and scarce Fifteen, 
etc. [1770?] s. s/(. fol. G. 312. (136.) 

Little Dermot one IMorn. The Irish 
Lover's Morning Walk. [Song.] The 
Words by A. Smith. The Music an 
Original Irish Tune. Oleorqe] S[mart : 
Lo7idoH, 1780?] s.sh. lol. G. 310. (55.) 

Little Fairy succour lend. Fairy Song. 
Sung by j\Irs. Warrel at Vauxhall. 

S[amiicl and] A[nn] T[hompson ; 
London, 1778.] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (40.) 

Little Jack Horner. A Favorite Duett or 
Trio . . . Adapted for Juvenile Performers. 
Printed for J. Dale : London, [ISOOV fol. 

G. 352. (17.) 
Little Kitty. Song. See Sanderson (J.) 
[Tlic Jew and the Oentilc.] 

Little Piggy. Duetto. See Sale (J. B.) 

A Little pretty Creature. The -p^-ettij 
Creature. [Song.] {Londo^i, 

1730?] s.sh.iol. G. 306. (119.) 

Little Bobin Red-Breast sat upon a Tree, 
a Song for the Nursery, with an Accom- 
paniment for the Piano Forte. [By E. S. 
Biggs.] B. Birchall : 

London, [1800?^ fol. H. 1250. (11.) 

The Little Sailor Boy. Ballad. 
See Carr (B.) 

Little Sue. Ballad. See Cope (W. P. R.) 



LITTLE. Little Syren of the Stage. The 
Syren of the Stage. [Song, the words 
addressed to Signora Cuzzoni by A. 
Phillips : the music by H. Holcombe.] 
[London, 1128?] s.sh.iol. G. 305. (46.) 

[Another copy.] G. 310. (2.) 

Little Taffline. Song. See Storage (S.) 
[T]ie Three and the Deuce] 

The Little Waist defended. Song. 
See Hook (J.) 

LITTLE PEGGY'S LOVE. Little 
Peggy's Love. Ballet. See Bossi (C.) 

LITURGIES. [Liturgical works contain- 
ing music are catalogued in the General 
Catalogxie under the heading Liturgies.] 

LIVERPOOL PRIZE. A cruizing we 
will go. A Song rto the tune of ' The 
dusky night rides down the sky '] sung at 
the Theatre Royal at Covent Garden in 
the Liverpool Prize. [Words by F. Pilon.] 
A. Portal: [London, 1119.'] s.sh. fol. 

G. 306. (196.) 

LIVERY RAKE. Tho Livery Rake, and 
Country Lass. An Opera [written bv E. 
Phillips] . . . With the Musick prefix'd to 
each Song. Printed for J. Watts : 

London, 1733. 8". 843. h. 2. (1.) 

[Another copy.] 161. f. 23. 

Come be free my lovely lasses. [Song.] 
Sung in the Livery Rake. [Words by E. 
Phillips.] [Lo7uZo7!, 1733?] s. sh. io\. 

I. 530. (30.) 

[Another edition.] Come be free, my 
lovely Lasses. Sung in the Livery Rake, 
etc. [LojjrfoH ? 1735?] s. sh. lo\l 

G. 316. d. (84.) 

LIVREZ. Livrez-vous, belle Jeunesse. 
Chansonnette. See Bouvard (F.) 

LIVRONS. Livrons-nous a la gaite. Air. 
See Desaugiers (M. A.) 

Livrons-nous a la tendresse. Musette. 
Sec Bouvard (F.) 

LO. Lo conosco a quegli occhietto. Duett. 
See Paisiello (G.) [La Serva Padrona.] 

Lo ! he Cometh, countless Trumpets. 
Hymn. [Words by J. Cennick.] 
[London, 1778.] 8". P.P. 716. b. 

Gospel Magazine, Jan., 1778. 

Lo tuovai per accidente. Quartetto. 
See Paisiello (G.) [La Locanda.] 

LOB DER MUSIK. Lob der Musik. 
Kantate. Sec Schuster (J.) 

LOBWASSER (Ambrosius) Sec Psalms. 
[Italian.] Li Cencinquanta Sacri Salmi 
di Davide. . .Accordati alle Melodie di A. 
Lobvasser, etc. 1740. 8". 845. b. 1. 



56 



LOBWASSER— LOCKE 



LOBWASSER (Ambuosius) See Psalms. 
[Italian.'] Li CL Sacii Salmi di Davide 
. . . accomodati alle Llelodie di A. Lob- 
vasser, etc. 1740. 8°, 3090. de. 12. 

iSee PsAL:\rs. [Ro^navscli, of the Tjourr 
Engadine.] lis Psalms de David, segoud 
]\Ielodia de A. Lobvasser, etc. 1762. 12". 

885. e. 15. 
LOCATAIRE. Le Locataire. Op^ra 
Comique. See Gaveaux (P.) 

LOCATELLI (Pietro Antonio) L'Arte 
del Violino. XII Concerti, cio^, Yiolino 
Solo, con XXIV Caprieci ad Libitum . . . 
Violino Piimo, Violino Secondo, Alto, 
Violoncello Solo, e Basso . . . Opera Terza. 
[Separate Parts.] M. C. Le Cene : 

Amsterdam, [1733.] fol. g. 294. e. 

L'Arte del Violino. XII Concerti con 
XXIV Caprieci ad libitum. . .Opera Terza. 
Violino Solo. Chez Des Laxtriera : 

Paris, [1780 ?] fol. h. 1663. b. 

XII. Concertos in Eight Parts, for Violins 
and other Instruments ; with a Through 
Bass for the Harpsichord . . . Opera Prima. 
[Separate Parts.] Printed for I. Walsh: 
London, [1736 2} fol. g. 294. a. 

XII. Sonate a Flauto Traversiere Solo e 
Basso . . . Opera Seconda. 
Appresso VAutore : Avisterdam, [1732.] fol. 

g. 294. b. 
[XII. Sonate. Op. 2. Nos. 2, 1, 9, 10, 4 
and 7.] Solos for a German Flute or 
Violin with a Through Bass for the Harpsi- 
cord or Bass Violin . . . Opera Seconda. 
Printed for I. Walsh: LonrfoH, [1736?] fol. 

g. 280. i. (5.) 
Six Sonatas or Duets for Two German 
Flutes or Violins . . . Opera Quarta. 

Printed for I. Walsli : 
London, [1745 ?] fol. g. 225. a. (2.) 

Sei Sonate a Tre, o Due Violini, o Due 
Flauti Traversieri, e Basso per il Cembalo 
. . . Opera Quinta. [Separate Parts.] 
AppressoVAufore : A7nsterdam,[n'i6.] fol. 

h. 1663. 
[6 Sonate a Tre. Op. 5.] VI Sonatas 
for two German Flutes or two Violins 
with a Thorough Bass for the Harpsicord 
or Violoncello . . . Opera Terza. [Separate 
Parts.] Printed for I. Walsli : 

London, [1745 ?] fol. g. 241. (5.) 

XII. Sonate a Violino Solo e Basso, da 
Camera. . .Opera Sesta. A2)presso VAutore : 
Amsterda7n,(ni6.) fol. h. 1663. a. 

XII. Sonate a Violino Solo e Basso da 
Camera . . . Opera Sesta. Gravees par De 
Gland, etc. Chez il/'' Le Clerc le Cadet : 
Paris, [1750 ?] fol. g. 294. 

See Pagin (A. N.) Six Solos . . . for a 

Violin . . . by . . . Locatelli, dc. 

[1750?] fol. g. 422. g. (3.) 



LOCATELLO (Giovanni Battista) 
Primo Libro de Madrigali a Due, Tre, 
Quattro, Cinque, Sei, et Sette Voci. Con 
il Basso Continuo per sonar il Clauecim- 
balo, & altri stromenti simili, e^e. Basso. 
(Basso Continuo.) 2 pts. Appresso 

Alessandro Vincenti: Venetia, 162S. 4". 

D. 184. 

LOCCIOLETTE. Locciolette che andate 
di notte. Cavatina. See Marescial ( ) 

liOCHABER. Lochaber. Song. 
See Bach (J. C.) 

[Another setting.] Lochaber. Glee. 
See Calixott (.J. W.) 

[Another setting.] Lochaber. A Two 
Part Song. See Farewell. Farewell to 
Lochaber. [1750?] s. sh. iol. 

G. 316. d. (149.) 
[Another edition.] Lochaber. [Two-Part 
Song.] See Farewell. Farewel to 
Lochaber, e/c. [1770?] s. sh. iol. 

H. 1994. a. (81.) 
[Another setting.] Lochaber. Glee. 
See Knyvett (W.) 

LOCHON ( ) Motets en ]\Iusique . . . 
S(;avoir, Neuf a Vois seule. Un a deux 
Voix. Deux a trois Voix, avec la B-C. 
Et un Oratorio, a six Parties, piece particu- 
liere. Livre Premier. Chez Christophe 
Ballard : Paris, 1701. fol. H. 7. 

LOCK. The Lock and Key. [Song.] 
See Good. Good mother, if you please 
you may, e/c. [1780?] .s. ,s7;. fol. 

H. 1994. (30.) 

LOCK AND KEY. The Lock and Key 
Musical Farce. See Shield (W.) 

LOCKE (IMatthew) Matthew Locke his 
Little Consort of Three Parts : containing 
Pavans, Ayres, Corants and Sarabands, for 
Viols or Violins. In two several Varieties : 
The first 20 are for Two Trebles and a 
Basse : The last 20 for Treble, Tenor & 
Basse. To be performed either alone or 
with Theorbo's and Harpsecord. Treble 
and Tenor. W. Godbid for John Play ford : 
Jjondon, 1656. ol>l. 4". a. 30. 

The English Opera ; or the Vocal Musick 
in Psyche, [words by T. Shadwell], with 
the Instrumental therein Intermix'd. To 
which is Adjoyued the Instrumental 
Musick in the Tempest. London, 

T. liatcUffandN. Thompson for the Author : 
London, "1675. 4". K. 2. a. 10. 

[Macbeth.] The Original Songs, Airs, 
and Choruses which were introduced in 
the Tragedy of INIacbeth, in Score . . . 
Revised & Corrected by Dr. Boyce. [The 
words chiefly taken from Middleton's 
Tragi-Comedy of " The Witch."] 
I. lohnston : London, [1770?] fol. 

Or. 242. (2.) 



LOCKE— LOEHLEIN 



57 



LOCKE (Matthew) [INIacbeth.] The 
Original Songs, Airs & Choruses, which 
were introduced in the Tragedy of Mac- 
beth, in Score ; . . . Eevised & corrected by 
Dr. Boyce, etc. /?. Birchall : 

LoHcZo?;, [1795?] fol. G. 149. 

Melothesia : or Certain General Rules for 
Playing upon a Continued-Bass. With a 
choice Collection of Lessons for the 
Harpsicord and Organ of all Sorts . . . 
All carefully reviewed by ]\L Locke . . . The 
First Part. Printed for J. Carr : 

London, 1G73. ohl. 4°. K. 4. a. 3. 

The composers named in this work are : 
M. Locke, Chr. Preston, J. Poberts, 
W. Gregorie, W. Hall, P. Smith, J. 
Banister, J. il/b.ss and G. Diesnet. 
Modern Church-IMusick Pre-accus'd, Cen- 
sur'd, and Obstructed in its Performance 
before His Majesty, Aprill 1. 1G66. Vin- 
dicated by the Author M. Lock, etc. 
[London, ICGG.] fol. K. 10. b. 23. 

Observations upon a Late Book,entituled, 
An Essay to the Advancement of Musick. 
&c. Written by Thomas Salmon, etc. 
'Wlilliam'] G[odbid] : London, 1G72. 8^ 

1042. d. 36. (3.) 
Psyche. 

See supra : The English Opera, etc. 
See Derixo (R.) Cantica Sacra . . . both 
Latine and English... by R. Dering. . . 
M. Locke, and others, etc. 1C74. fol. 

K. 3. m. 6. 
See Salmon (T.) A Vindication of an 
Essay to the Advancement of Musick, 
from ^Ir. ^latthew Lock's Observations, 
etc. 1672. 8". 1042. d. 55, 

liOCKHART (Charles) An Epitha- 
lamium or Nuptial Ode, written by the 
Rev' ^Ir. ]\roses Browne . . . Set to Music 
for the Voice and Harpsicord, etc. 

Printed for the Author : London, 
[1775.] fol. G. 805. r. (1.) 

Female Advice, a Favorite .Song. 

Printed for W, Cope: Loudon, 
[1795?] fol. G. 366. (30.) 

Hobbinol. [Song.] Sung by Mr. Keene 
at Sadler's- Wells, etc. 
[London, 1766.] 8". P.P. 5441. 

Poyal Magazine, Vol. XV., 2). 213. 
A March ... in Honor of the Lambeth 
Loyal Association, etc. [P. F.] 

Printed for W. Cope: London, 
[1795?] fol. g. 133. (39.) 

Prince Ernest's March. [P. F.] 
TF. Co2)e : London, [1795 ?] fol. 

g. 133. (38.) 
The Rural Giit. A Favorite Song. 
W.Copie: London, [1196?] fol. 

G. 366. (29.) 
A favorite Sonata for the Harpsichord or 
Forte-Piano. W. Cope : L^ondon, 

[1795?] fol. g. 141. (22.) 



LOCKHART (Chables) Four Songs and 
a Hunting Cantata . . . for the Voice and 
Harpsichord, etc. Printed for the Author : 
London, [1775?] fol. G. 424. d. (6.) 

LODI. Lodi Devote. Sec Laudi. 

LODI (Joseph Ludwio) Grand Concerto 
pour le Pianoforte ou Clavecin avec deux 
Violons, deux Altos, deux Hautbois, deux 
Flutes, deux Cors, deux Bassons et Basse 
. . . Oeuvre x. [Separate Parts.] 

Chez I. C. Gomhart et Camp. : 
Augshourg,[Ytdb'>] fol. h. 70. a. (2.) 

LODOISKA. Overture to Lodoiska. [Bv 
R. Kroutzer. P. F.] Printed for I. Dale': 
London, [1794.] otA. fol. e.' 104. (19.) 

Celebrated Overture to Lodoiska [by R. 
Kreutzer]. Arranged as a Duett for Two 
Performers on one Piano Forte. 

I'rintcd for A. Hamilton: London, 
[1800?] fol. g. 272. p. (7.) 

[La douce clart^ de I'Aurore.] Adieu, my 
Floreski, for ever, a Favorite Romance, 
as sung by Mrs. Crouch, in Lodoiska 
[words by I. P. Kemble, music by R. 
Kreutzer i. Printed for J. Dale : 

London, [1794.] fol. G. 250. (55.) 

Lodoiska. ComMie hfroique. 
See Cherubini (M. L. C. Z. S.) 

Lodoiska. [Opera.] See Kreutzer (R.) 

Lodoiska. Musical Romance. 
See Storage (S.) 

LOE (R.) [A Trip to the Jubilee.] 

See Come. Come bring us Wine in 
plenty. A Song to a Tune call'd a Trip 
to the Jubillee. [By R. Loe.] 
[1705 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 304. (35.) 

LOEHLEIN (Georg SnroN) G. S. 
Lohlein's Anweisung zum ^'iolinspielen 
mit praktischen Beyspieleu und . . . mit 
zw()lf kleinen Duetten erliiutert, zum 
dritten ^lahl mit Verbesserungen und 
Zusiitzen audi mit zwolf Balletstiicken 
aus der Oper Andromeda und der Oper 
Brenno vernaehrt herausgegeben von J. F. 
Reichardt. Bey F. Frommann : 

Leipzig und Ziillichau, 1'797. ohl. 4". 

7896. aa. 6. 

G. S. Lohleins Clavier-Schule, oder kurze 
und griindliche Anweisung zur Jlelodie 
und Harmonic, &c. Auf Kosten 

der WaisenJiaus- nnd Frommannischen 
Buchhandlung : Leipzig nnd Ziillichau, 
1765. o6i. 4". b. 165. 

Trois Concertos, pour le Clavecin, ou 
Piano-Forte. Avec Accompagnement de 
Deux Violons, et Basse . . . CEuvre vii. 
[Separate Parts.] Chez Guera : Lyon, 

[1770?] fol. h. 3590, 



53 



LOEHLEIN— LOHR 



LOEHLEIN (Georg Simon) Six Senates 
pour Ic Clavecin ou Piano Porte. Trois, 
avee Accompagnement d'un Violon et 
Violonc : ad libit: . . . Oeuvre Sixieme. 
Chez VAuteur : Leipsic, [1770 ?] obi. fol. 

c. 59. 
Wanting the accompaniments. 
See Knecht (J. H.) Erkliirung einiger 
. . . Grundsatze aus der Voglerschen 
Theorie . . . Nebst angoliangten Anmerk- 
ungen iiber Herrn Lohleins Einleitung 
in den zweyten Theil seiner Clavierschule. 
1785. 4°. 7897. ee. 37. 

LOEILIjET (Jean Baptiste) of Ghent. 
Sonatas or Solos for a Flute with a 
Through Bass for the Harpsicord or 
Bass Violin. . .Parte Prima. 

Printed for J. Walsh & J. Hare : 
London, {lllOl] fol. i. 26. (1.) 

XII. Sonatas or Solos for a Flute with a 
Thorough Bass for the Harpsicord or 
Bass Violin. . .Opera 2'*'. 

Printed for I. Walsli and I. Hare : 
London, [1715 ?] fol. i. 26. (2.) 

XII. Sonatas or Solos for a Flute with a 
Thorough Bass for the Harpsicord or Bass 
Violin . . . Opera Terza. 

Printed for I. Walsh and I. Hare : 
London, [1715 ?] fol. i. 26. (3.) 

VI. Sonates a une Flute Traversiere, un 
Haubois ou Violon & Basse Continue . . . 
Ciuquieme Ouvrage, Livre Premier. 

Chez Jeanne Roger : Amsterdam, 
[1725 ?] fol. g. 685. b. (2.) 

VI. Sonates a deux Flutes Traversieres, 
Haubois ou Violons . . . Cinquieme Ouvrage, 
Livre Second. [Separate Parts.] 

Chez Jeanne lioger : Amsterdam, 
[1725?] fol. g. 685. b. (3.) 

Six Sonatas of two Parts, Fitted and 
Contriv'd for two Flutes. [Separate Parts.] 

Printed for I. Walsh and I. Hare : 
London, [1715 ?] fol. g. 71. e. (9.) 

LOEILIiET (John) of London. Sonata's 
for Variety of Instruments Viz. for a 
Coinon Flute a Hoboy or Violin also for 
two German Flutes with a Bass for the 
Violoncello and a Thorougli Bass for y"" 
Harpsicord . . . Opera prima. [Separate 
Parts.] Printed for hio. Walsh and- 

Messiers hi" and Joseph Hare : Jjondon, 
[1725 ?] fol. g. 685. b. (1.) 

[Another copy.] h. 17. (6.) 

The Thorough Bass part only. 
XII Sonatas in three Parts. Six of 
which are for two Violins and a Bass 
three for two German Flutes and three 
for a Hautboy & common Flute with a 
Bass for the Violoncello and a Thorough 
Bass for the Harpsicord . . . Opera 
Seconda. [Separate Parts.] 

Printed for I. Walsh and In" and Joseph 
Hare : London, [1725 ?] fol. g. 685. 



LOEILLET (John) of J^ojidon. XII Solos. 
Six for a Common Flute and Six for a 
German Flute with a Thorough Bass for 
the Harpsicord or Bass Violin. . .Opera 
Terza. 

Printed for J. Walsh and Jos. Hare : 
Jjondon, [1725 ?J fol. h. 3845. a. 

[Another edition.] Solos for a German 
Flute or Violin with a Thorough Bass for 
the Harpsicord or Bass Violin. . .Opera 
Terza. 

Printed for I. Walsh and Joseph Hare : 
Jjondon : [1726 ?] fol. h. 3845. 

Six Suits of Lessons for the Harpsicord or 
Spiunet, in most of the Keys with Variety 
of Passages and Variations throughout 
the Work. 

J. Walsh and I" d; Joseph Hare : London, 
[1725?] fol. g. 685. a. 

LOESSENER (Abraham) Etzliche 

Schone Trostspriiche, aus dem Alten vnd 

Newen Testament, mit vier vnd fiinff 

Stimmen componirt, etc. Tenor. (Dis- 

cantus.) (Altus.) (Bassus.) 4 pts. 

[Wittemhcrg,'] 15G4. o6Z. 4°. K. 2. h. 1. 

The title occurs in the Tenor part only. 

The Quinta Vox part is printed with 

the Tenor. A presentation copy from 

the composer. 

LOEWE (JoHANN Jacob) Johann-Jacob 
Liiwen . . . Synfonien, Intraden, Gagliarden, 
Arien, Balletten, Couranten, Sarabanden, 
mit 3. Oder 5. Instrumenten. Violino 
Primo. (Violino Secoudo.) (Viola da 
Braccio Prima.) (Viola da Braccio Se- 
cunda ad placitum.) (Basso pro Viola 6 
Fagotto.) (Basso Continuo.) C pts. 

Bey Jacob Kolilern: Bremen, 
1658 (1657). fol. g. 22. 

The Second Viola da Braccio d- Basso 
Contimio parts are dated 1657. 

LOEWENSTERN (Matthaeus Apelles 
VON) See L., M. A. v. 

LOGAN. Logan Braes. Song. 
See Hook (J.) 

LOHR (Michael) Newe Teutzsche Kir- 
chen Gesiinge, so nicht allein zusingen, 
sondern auch auff allerhaud Instrumenten 
jederzeit fiiglichen zugebrauchen, sampt 
einem Basso continuo, mit 7. vnd 8. 
Stimmen, etc. Cautus (Altus) (Tenor) 
(Bassus) I. & Superioris Chori. (Cantus 
(Altus) (Tenor) (Bassus) II. & Inferioris 
Chori.) 8 pts. Georg Hoffman : 

Freybergk, 1629. 4°. D. 100. 5. 

Wanting the title-pages to the Cantus 

and Altus of the 1st Choir and the 

Bassus of the 2nd Choir, 



LOHR— LOMBARDINI 



59 



LOHR {]\riCHAEL) Ander Theil. Newer 
Teutscher vnd Lateinischer Kirchen Ge- 
siinge vnd Concerten, so nicbt allein zu 
singen, sonderu auch auflt allerhand In- 
strumenteu zugebrauchen, sampt eiuem 
Basso Continuo. Mit 5. 6. vnd 8. Stina- 
men, etc. Tenor (Bassus) I et Superioris 
Chori. (Cantus (Altus.) (Tenor) II et 
Inferioris Chori.) (Bassus Contiuuus, etc.). 
G pts. 

Gcclruck hexj Wolff Seyffert, in verlegung 
des Alitor is : Dressden, 1637. 4". 

D. 1005. a. 

[Another copy. Tenor (Bassus) I. et 
Superioris Chori. (Tenor II. et Inferioris 
Chori.)] 3 pts. D. 1005. b. 

LOI. Une loi formelle et precise. [Song.] 
See Au Retour. 

LOIN, Loin d'ici froide indifference. 
Meniict. [Paris,] 1736. s. sli. 4". 

297. b. 15. 
Mercure de France, August, 173C. 
Loin de ces lieux. Air. 
See MouRET (J. .T.) 

Loin de I'amant que j'adore. Les Re- 
grets d\me Bergere. [Song.] Air : Dans 
ces desertes campag". Avec ace' de Guit*. 
Chez Frire: [Paris, 1790?] 8'\ 

B. 362. e. (8.) 
Loin de I'objet de ma tendresse. 
Vaudeville. See Sorcier. 
Loin de nous le vain d61ire. Hymne. 
See Plf.yel (I. J.) 

Loin de succomber a ses peines. Air. 
See F£te de Flore. 
Loin des soucis, des allarmes. [Song.] 

See TONNELIER. 

Loin du Berger que j'ayme. Brunette. 
[Paris,] 1733. s. sh. 4°. 298. a. 30. 

Mercure de France, Sept., 1733. 
Loin du hameau sans peine et sans 
allarmes. Romance. Chez Bignon : 

[Paris, 1785 ?] 8^ B. 362. b. (172.) 
Loin du tendre Berger qu'ou aime. Chan- 
son. See DoBET ( ) 

LOISEAU ( ) Canons, tambours, trom- 

pettes. Air sitr la Paix [for three voices, 

words by Chesnon]. [Paris, 

1G79.] s. sh. obi. 4». P.P. 4482. 

Nouvcau Mercure Galant, Jan., 1679, 

_2J. 40. 

LOLLI (Antonio) L.'t.cole du Violon en 
Quatuor . . . Opera viii. [Separate 
Parts.] [London, 1785 ?] fol. h. 3846. 
Six Solos for a Violin with a Thoro' Bass 
for the Harpsicord . . . Opera Primo. 

Longman d Brodcrip : 
London, [1785 ?] ohl. fol. e. 730. 

Sei Senate a Violino e Basso . . . Opera 
Seconda. Chez J. J. Hummel : 

Amsterdam, [I'll 5 7] fol. h. 219. e. (5.) 



LOLLI (Antonio) Sei Sonate a Violino 
solo col Basso . . . Opera Terza. Grave 
par M"'' Vendome et le S' Gloria. 

Ches M-" dc la Chevardicre : 
Paris, [1770?] fol. g. 422. a. (2.) 

Six Sonates pour le Violon et Basse . . . 
CEuvre 5". Chez Af Le Due : 

Paris, [1785 ?] fol. g. 510. a. (5.) 

Six Sonates pour Violons . . . CEuvre 9""'. 
Chez le S-" Sieber : Paris, [1790?] fol. 

g. 422. a. (3.) 

LOLLI (LuiGi BiCHi) Three Easy Diver- 
timentos for Violoncello & Bass, etc. 

Monza}ii £ Cimador, for the Author : 
London, [1800 ?] fol. h. 204. b. (7.) 

LOLLY (Antonio) See Lolli. 

LOLOTTE ET FANE AN. Amis, ne 
craignons point les blancs. Chanson des 
Cara'ibes dans Lolotte et Fanfan. Avec 
Accomp' de Guittare. Chez Imbaiilt : 

Paris, [1795 ?] 8". B. 362. c. (46.) 

fleur d'amour. Romance N^gre dans 
Lolotte et Fanfan. Avec Accomp* de 
Guittare. Chez Imbault : 

Paris, [1795 ?j 8°. B. 362. c. (46<=.) 

Soleil 1 prete moi tes flammes. C«?i- 
tique des Ca'iciens dans Lolotte et Fanfan. 
Avec Accomp' de Guittare. 
Chez Imbault : Paris, [1795 ?] 8». 

B. 362. c. (46b.) 
O vous belle dormeuse. Romance Nocturne 
dans Lolotte et Fanfan. Avec Accomp' 
de Guittare. Chez Imbault : 

Prtris, [1795?] 8". B. 362. c. (46<i.) 
Oh! que n'ai-je asses delarmes. Romance 
du ,SoZi/anT dans Lolotte et Fanfan. Avec 
Accomp' de Cxuittare. Chez Imbault : 

Paris, [1795 ?] 8*. B. 362. c. (46«.) 

Oiseaux qui gazouill^s. Romance des 
Enfans dans Lolotte et Fanfan. Avec 
Accomp' de Guittare. Clirz Imbault : 

Pfljjs, [1795?] 8\ B. 362. e. (46^) 

LOMBARDINI, afterwards SYRMEN 
(Maddalena Laura) Six Concertos for 
the Harpsichord or Piano Forte . . . 
adapted for the Harpsichord by Sig' 
Giordani. Printed for Longman (f 

Bruderip : London, [1785 ?] fol. h. 73. 

Six Duetts for two Violons, etc. [Separate 
Parts.] Printed for W. Ncqjier : 

London, [1775 ?] fol. g. 421. r. (12.) 

[Another copy.] g. 421. s. (7.) 

[Another copy.] h. 2910. (5.) 

Six Trios a deux Violons et Violoncello 
oblic6 . . . Oeuvre Premiere. [Separate 
Parts.] Welcker: London, [1110?] fol. 

g. 471. 
See Syrmen (L.) and Lombardini, after- 
wards Sybmen (M. L.) 



60 



LOMNICKf— LONG 



liOMNICK"^ (Simon) Kaiicyonal aneb : 
Pijsnic Nowe llystorycke, na dni obzw- 
lasstnij Swatecnij pfes cely Eok, zwlasst' 
ktei-j se od starodawna w Cyrkwi Bozij, 
a w teto Krestiausk6 C/.eske "Zemi Swetj 
. . . w nowe . . . wydau6 : od Ssimona 
Lomnick ^'ho. Wijtisstrno . . .v Gifijla 
Nygrina z Ntjgropontu : w.. . Stairm Ulestr 
PraM:(?m, 1595. 4". C. 52. d. 15. 

liONBONANGE. La Lonbonange [i.e. 
Lontananza]. Cauzonett. 
See Erbaci (A. G.) 

LONDON, A Set of London Cries for 
three Voices. See Gentleman. 
The London Ditty. [Song.] See O. Oh 
London is a fine Town. [1710?] .s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (327.) 
The London Hunt. [Song.] See Though. 
Tho' far from Field Si^orts, etc. 
[1780?] s.sh.iol G. 312. (139.) 

The Loudon Lass. [Song.] 
See Bach (J. C.) \ Carat taco. l<!on <' vcr 
cJi'assise in trono.] 

Loudon Lasses. Song. See With. With 
the Rlorniug's Dawn we wake, etc. 
[1773.] s. sh. i". 159. n. 5. 

LONDON'S GLORY. London's Glorv, 
or, The Lord Mayor's Show. 
Se6 Jordan (T.) 

LONE, Lone Dweller of tho Eock. 
[Glee.] See C'allcott (J. W.) 

LONG, Long at thy altar, God of love. 
Affectation a Ciire for Love. [Song.] 
[Lomlon, 17G3.] 8". P.P. 5438, z, 

Univcrud Magardne, Vol. XXXTI., 

p. 157. 

Long by an idle passion tost. The Power of 

Reason. A New Song. [IMusic by Sappho, 

fseud.'] [London, 1757.] 8". P.P. 5438. 

Literary Magazine, Vol. II., i^. 94. 
Long by an Idle Passion tost. Song. 
See Sappho, psend. 

Long Cold Nights, wheu Winter-Frozen. 
Tlte Scotch Lasses Choice, or, Jennys 
Luve for Jockey's Kindnes : An Excellent 
New Song ... to a pleasant New Scotch 
Tune. Printed fur J. Deacon : [London, 
1687?] s.sh.tol. Case 39, k, 6. (26.) 

The tune is represented by an incorrect 
series of notes. 
Long cold Winters when Storms were past. 
A Scotch So)ig. [London, 

1710?] s.s/(. fol. G. 310. (33,) 

Le long d'un bois Colin passoit. [Song.] 
See Sara. 

Le long de ce coteau. N''"" Chasse. 
[Song.] [Paris, 1780 ?] 8". 

B, 362. b, (15.) 
Long from y"" Force of Beauty's Charms. 
A Ncic Song. [London, 1140?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 316. e, (73.) 



LONG, [Another setting.] Long from 
the force of beauty's charms. Ttte Con- 
(piest. A New Song. [London, 1755.] 8". 

P.P, 5438. z. 
Universal Magazine, Vol. XVII., 
p. 174. 
Long had the foes of England joined. 
Tlie Naval Prince. [Song.] Written on 
the Glorious Victory obtain'd over the 
Spanish Admiral Don Juan Langara by 
. . . Admirals Rodney, Ross, Digby, & the 
Royal Prince William Henry near Cape 
Vincent. Sk[iUern : London, 

1782.] s. sh. fol. G, 310, (59.) 

Long had the French Navy with that of 
proud Spain. An.w)i and Warren. [Song. 
Words by Lockman, music by L. C. A. 
Granom.] [London, 1750?] s. sh. fol. 

G, 316, (97.) 
Long had the French Navy with that of 
proud Spain. Anson and ]yarrcn. A 
Song. [By L. C. A. Granom.] [London, 
1753.] 8^ 157. 1. 15, 

London Magazine, 1753, ^j. 135, 

Long has Amintor been the swain. The 
fair Example. [Song.] [London, 

1750?] s. .s/;. fol. H, 1994, (41.) 

Long life and happiness. Song and Glee 
sung at The Ladies Catch & Glee Concert by 
jMessrs. Harrison, Knyvett & Bartleman. 

Longman d Brodcrip : 
London, [1795 ?] obi. fol. D, 400, (8.) 
Long Life is sure a Blessing, Sir, Song. 
See Walsh (W.) 

Long life to each Brother. TJie Honorary 
Free Mason's Song. [London, 1720 ?] fol, 

G. 303. (293,) 
Long, long I despair'd, Willy. [Song,] 
sung by Miss Stevenson. [London, 

17G0?] s. s7(. fol. G, 316. e, (59,) 

Long time a Swain had courted Sue. The 

Crying Shepherd. [Song, by J. Potter.] 

Sung bv ^Ir. Vernon. [11'. Bandall : 

Lo«(7o«, 1775?] fol. G. 310, (46.) 

Printed from the pilates of Potter's 

' Favonrite Collection of New Songs 

sung at Vauxhall Gardens.' 

Long time have I strove. Tlic Slighted 

Lover. [Song.] [London, 

1725.] s. sh. fol, H, 1601, (284,) 

Long time I serv'd young Rosalind, 
[Song, by T. A. Arne.] Sung by Mr. Jagger 
at Vauxhall. [London, 1762.] 8". 

P.P, 5140, 
Lady's Magazine, Vol. IV., p. 271. 

Long time I serv'd young Rosalind. 
[Song, by T. A. Arne.] Sung by Mr. 
Jagger at Vauxhall. [London, 1762.] 8'\ 

P.P, 5441, 
Boyal Magazine, Vol. VIL, p. 259. 
Long time I serv'd young Rosalind. 
[Song.] See Arne (T. A.) 



LONG— LOUD 



61 



LONG. Long time iu anguish and despair. 
The Ki6S . . . [Song.] The Words by a 
Lady. [Lvndon, 1800?] s. s7(. fol. 

G. 383. h. (66.) 

Long time my heart had rov'd. A Song 
[by W. Dcfeschl. [Londun, 

1750?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (6.) 

Long young Jockey toy'd and sported. 
Cotillon Song. The Words by i\Iiss Swift 
of Worcester. [London, 1770 "?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. j. (13.) 

LONG (Samuel) Four Lessons and two 

Voluutarys for the Harpsichord or Organ. 

C. (0 S. Thompson, for the Widow : 

London, [1770?] obi. fol. e. 5. g. (7.) 

Wanting Ulc Voluntaries. 

^lay the I\Iothcr of Love, etc. [Song.] 
[London, 1703?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 312. (121.) 

[Another edition.] ]\Iay the Mother of 
Love, etc. [Song.] [London, 

17G5?] s.sh.lol. H. 1994. c, (55.) 

I\ray the ^Mother of Love. [For editions 
published anonymously :] Sec Vikgix. 
The Virgin when softned by May, etc. 

Ye Foplings & Smarts. Song fur the 
Mall, 1761. [London, 1761.] s. sli. fol. 

G. 316. f. (127.) 

Sec lliLEY (W.) Psalms and Hymns for 
the Use of the Asylum . . . for Female 
Orphans . . . The Music by . . . Long, etc. 
[1765?] 4". E. 482. 

LONGMAN AND BRODERIP. Long- 
man and Broderip's Collection of Original 
IMusic for the Grand and Small Piano 
Forte. No. I(-IO). 10 Nos. [Separate 
Parts.] Longman d Broderip : 

London, [1105?] fol. g. 192. (4.) 

Longman and Broderip's Compleat Col- 
lection of 100 of the most favorite ^Minuets 
. . . set for the Harpsichord, Violin, Haut- 
boy or Ger" Flute. Vol. 1. The Editors : 
London, [1775 ?] obi. 4". a. 228. 

Lougmau and Broderip's Pocket Com- 
panion for the German Flute, Containing 
. . . Airs, ^linnets, Marches, Duets and 
Songs, etc. Vol. I. The Editors : 

London, [1790?] obi. i". A. 872. 

This work contains the following na)ncs 

of composers : Bcrtoni, Nofcri, Gior- 

dani and Thco. SmitJi. 

Longman & Broderip's Selection of Music 
for the Pedal Harp . . . including . . . 
Compositions of the following . . . Au- 
thors : Krumpholtz, Haydn, Elouis, Pe- 
trini, Dussek, Cardou, Pleyel, Hinner, 
Seybold, Delaval, &c. &c. No. 1. 

Longman d Broderip : 
London, [1795 ?] fol. h. 3200. (5.) 



LONGMAN AND BRODERIP. 

Longman and Broderip's Selection (Second 
— Fifth Selection) of the most favorite 
Country Dances, Reels &c. with their 
proper Figures, for the Harp, Harpsichord 
and Violin, etc. 5 Books. 

Longman and Broderip : 

London, [1790 ?] obi. 8". b. 63. 

Lnperfcct, wanting pp. 9, 10 of the 

Secotul, 19, 20, 23, 24 of the Third, 

and 13, 14 of the Fifth-Selection. 

[Another copv. Fourth Selection.] 

b. 55. (6.) 
LOOK. Look down, triumphant God of 
War. On Prince Eugene's Victory over 
the Turks. [Song.] The Words by ]Mr. 
H. Huddy, etc. [London, 

1717.] s.sh. fol. H. 1601. (283.) 

Look ere you leap. Serenata. 
See Hook (J.) 

Look from your Window, my Dear. 
[Song.] 6'cc Beau Demolished. 
Look, Neighbours, look. Catch. 
See Hakingtox (H.) 

Look, Swains within that gloomy Grove. 
Advice to the Swains. A New Soiig. 
[London, 1720 ?J s. sh. fol. G. 310. (20.) 

LOOSE. Loose were her Tresses. Song. 
See GiOKDAM (T.) 

LOOTENS (W.) Six Divertimentos for 
the Piano Forte. Broderip it Wilkinson : 
Londun, [1800?^ fol. g. 141. (10.) 

LOPEZ (IsiDKo) Sec Pehez Calderon 
(M.) Explicaciou de Solo el Canto- llano 
. . . Todo lo que ... ha dispuesto v da a 
luz el P. Fr. Isidro Lopez, etc. 
l'T9. 4". 7898. bb. 20 

LOPEZ DE VELASCO (Sebastian) 
See MoxTAXos (F. de) Arte dc Canto 
Llano . . . enmendado por S. Lopez de 
Velasco, etc. 1648. 4". K. 1. f. 6*. 

LORD. Lord, I am thine, but thou wilt 
prove. Hijmn. [Londun, 1779.] 8". 

P.P. 716. b. 

Gospel Magazine, 1779. 

Lord, I would spread my sore distress. 
Hymn. See E., H. 

The Lord is King. Solo Anthem. 
Sec PURCELL (H.) 

The Lord is risen ! A Hymn fur Easter. 
[London, 1763.] 8". p.p. 324. n. 

The Christian's Magazine, April, 1763, 
p. 182. 

The Lord is my Shepherd. A Divine 
Pastoral, from Psalm xxiii. 
lLo7ulon, 1762.] 8\ P.P. 324. n. 

The Christian's Magazine, Nov., 1762, 
p. 517. 



62 



LORD— LORSQUE 



LORD. The Lord ib risen. Anthem. 
Sec Wainwkight (J.) or (R.) 

Lord Mayor's Day. [Song.] 

Sec DiBDiN (C.) [Will of the Wis}:).'] 

The Lord of Glory is my light. Hymn. 

[Words by Dr. Watts.] 

[London, 1779.] 8". P.P. 716. b. 

Gospel Magazine, 1779. 
The Lord of the Castle. Ballad. 
See Winter (I. d') 

Lord! what's come to my Mother. Song. 
See Claekk (J.) [The Bath.] 
Lord, when I cry. Psalm xli. [Words] 
By Sir J. Denham. [London, 1763.] 8". 

P.P. 324. n. 
The Christian's Magazine, Feb., 17G3, 
p. 88. 

LORD CHIEF JEFFERY DUNCAN. 

Lord Chief JefEery Duncan, Cantata. 

See On. On Ludgate Hill, etc. 

[1780?] fol. G. 310. (242.) 

LORD MAYOR'S DAY. The old 

Woman under the Hill. Sung ... in 
Lord INIayor's Day [or a Flight from 
Lapland. A Pantomime, words by 
J, O'Keefie, music selected and composed 
by W. Shield]. Bland : [London, 

1782.] s. sh. fol. H. 1601. b. (20.) 

[Another copy.] G. 312. (188.) 

The Rolling Tailor. [Song.] Sung . . . 
in Lord Mayor's Day [or a Flight from 
Lapland. A Pantomime, words by J. 
O'Keeffe, music selected and composed by 
W. Shield.] Bland: [London, 

1782.] s. sh. fol. G. 309. (125.) 

The Lord IMayor's Day. Pantomime. 
Sec Shield (W.) 

LORD OF THE MANOR. Rest 
Beautious Flowr's. A favourite New 
Song, sung by Mrs. Johnston in the Lord 
of the Manor. [By W. Jackson, of Exeter.] 
Joshua Stokes : Dublin, [1782 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. a. (1.) 
The Lord of the Manor. Comic Opera. 
See Jackson (W.) of Exeter. 

LORD WARKWORTH. Lord Wark- 
worth. [Song.] See Granom (L. C. A.) 

LORD (John) Two Sonatas for the Piano 
Forte, with an Accompaniment for a 
Violin ... To which is annexed a Favorite 
Selected Sonata. B. Birchall, for the 

Author: London, [1192-?] fol. 

g. 188. (11.) 

LORDLY. Lordly Gallants. Glee. 
See Callcott (J. W.) 

LORDS. Lords and Ladies, who deal in 
the Sport. Tlte Pleasures of Belsize. 
[Song.] [London, 1120?] s. sh. lol. 

H. 1601. (291.) 



LORENTE (Andres) El Porque de la 
Musica, en que se contiene los quatro 
artes de ella, Canto llano. Canto de 
Organo, Contrapunto, y Composicion, etc. 
Nicolas de Xamares : Alcala de Uenares, 



1672. fol. 



558*. c. 20. 



hnperfect, ivanting the frontispiece, one 
or more of the jireliminary leaves, and 
pp. 587-90. 

LORENZITI (Antonio) Sei Duos a due 
Violini . . . Mis au jour par M'' Heina. 
Opera viii'. Grave par M"= Fleury. 
[Separate Parts.] Chez M'' Heina : 

Paris, [1175?] fol. g. 218. d. (4.) 

Saggio per ben sonare il Flautotraverso, 
etc. Per Francesco Modena : Viccnza, 

1779. i". 7897. h. 3. 

LORITXJS (Heneicus) Glareanus. 
Glareani AcoSeKaxopSoi/, etc. 
Per Henrichum Petri: Basileae, 15il. fol. 

785. m. 6. (1.) 
[Another copy.] few ms. notes. 

786. 1. 23. 
Uss Glareani Musick eiu vssug, mit ver- 
williging vfi hilff Glareani, alien Christe- 
liche kilchen alt vn Gijtlicli gsang ze 
lernen, ouch zu verstau gantz nutzlich 
vii denen zu hilff, so der Mathematick vn 
villicht dor Latinschen sprach nitt gantz 
vnderricht. ms. notes. Hcinrich Petri : 
Basel, 1557. i". K. 1. e. 17. 

Isagoge in Musicen Henrici Glareani . . . 
e quibusq; bonis authorib' latinis & grsecis 
ad studiosorii utilitate multo labore elabo- 
rata, etc. [Basel,] 1516. i". 

K. 1. h. 12. 
Musics Epitome sive Compendium ex 
Glareani Dodecachordo [made by J. 
Wonnegger]. Per Henricum Petri : 

Basilese, 1557. 4°. 785. b. 44. 

See BoETHius (A. M. T. S.) Anitii Manlii 
Sevcrini Boethii . . . Opera, quic extant, 
omnia . . . Inter quos . . . Henrichus 
Loritus Glareanus Arithmeticam & ^Musi- 
cam demonstrationibus & figuris auctio- 
rem redditam suo pristine nitori restituit, 
etc. 1546. fol. 524. i. 13. 

See BoETHius (A, M. T. S.) Anitii I\Ianlii 
Severini Boethi . . . Opera omnia . . . 
Praeter reliquos doctiss. uiros, Henricus 
Loritus Glareanus, Arithmeticam & Musi- 
cam demonstrationibus & figuris auctiorem 
redditam, suo pristine nitori restituit, etc. 
1570. fol. 673. i. 7, 8. 

LORSQUE. Lorsque dans uue tour 
obscure. Romance. See Peisonnier. 
Lorsque de dieu la main feconde. Lc 
Mouvement et le liepos. [Song.] Air: 
Avec les jeux. [Paris, 1875 ?] 8". 

B. 362. (176.) 



LORSQUE— LOUIS 



63 



LORSQUE. Lorsque de Jupiter les fou- 
droj'antes armes. Recit. >S(e Laedeau ( ) 

Lorsque j'estois ayme de la jeune Lisette. 

Air. >SVe Gouet ( ) 

Lorsque je fis present a la jeune Lizette. 

iluzette. See Adnin ( ) 

Lorsque sur ta musette. Musette. 

SecD***, M"". 

Lorsque sur ta musette. Musette. 

Sec Legai ( ) 

Lorsque Tircis me parut infidelle. Air. 
See Brie { de) 

Lorsque tu m'etois fidele. La Bergerc 
Sensible. [Song.] Avec Accompagne"" de 
Guithare. Chez Fr^re : [Paris, 1780 ?] 8". 

B. 362. e. (17.) 

LOSS. The Loss of lunoccucc. [Song.] 
See Williamson (T. G.) 
The Loss of the Royal George. Song. 
See Toll. Toll for the Brave. [1795 ?] 

H. 2830. f. (94.) 

LOSSENER (Abraham) See Loessener. 

LOSSIUS (Lucas) Erotemata Musics 
Practicie, ex probatissimis quibusquc 
huius . . . artis scriptoribus, . . . selecta, & 
exemplis ad pucrilem institutionem pra- 
cipue accommodatis illustrata. Ad usum 
scholffi Luneburgensis . . . olim a Luca 
Lossio in lucem edita: iam vero recens 
ab eodem diligeutcr rccognita. Cum 
Tabella crudita summara contincnte artis 
Musicaj, autore Christophoro Preetorio, 
etc. Ill Officina Tlicodorici Gerlatzeni : 

Noribercjx, 1570. 8\ 1042. e. 5. (2.) 
Psalmodia, hoc est, Cantica Sacra Veteris 
Ecclesise selecta, cic. 

ApucL Hxr. Gcorgij Rhaa: 
Witebcrga^^, 1561. 4". C. 76. a. 

Psalmodia, hoc est, Cantica Sacra Veteris 
Ecclesiffi selecta . . . recens . . . recognita, 
& multis . . . cantionibus aucta, etc. 
loll. ScJuvcrtclius : Witbergie, 1569. 4". 

556. a. 8. 
Psalmodia, hoc est, Cantica Sacra Veteris 
Ecclesiae selecta. Quo ordinc, & IMelodijs 
per totius anni curriculum cantari vsitate 
solent in templis . . . Iam primum ad 
Ecclcsiarum, & Scholarum vsum . . . 
coUecta, & breuibus ac pijs Scholijs illus- 
trata, per Lucam Lossium . . . Cum Prse- 
fatione Philippi Melanthonis. 

Ajyud Gabrielem Hai/n : 
Noribergx, 1553. fol. E. 1425. 

Wanting pp. xxvii-xxxiv. 

Psalmodia, hoc est, Cantica Sacra Veteris 
Ecclesiae selecta ... In Libros quatuor 
apte distincta, etc. Antoniiis Schon : 

Witebergx, 1579. 4^ C. 76. 

LOST. Lost, in anxious doubts torment- 
ing. Song. Sec Bianchi (F.) 
Lost is my love. Cantata. 
See CoKBETT (W.) 



LOST. Lost is my quiet forever. A Favorite 
Song with an Accompaniment for the 
Piano-Forte or Harp : also, adapted for 
Three Voices. Printed for J. Dale : 

London, [1800 ?] fol. G. 805. h. (29.) 
[Another setting.] Lost is my Quiet for 
ever. [Duet.] Sec Puecell (H.) 
The Lost Shepherd. [Song.] 
See Oswald (.J.) 

Lost to the World alone I pine. Song. 

See Holder (.J. W.) 

LOTARIO. The Favourite Songs in the 

. Opera call'd Lotarius [by G. F. Hacndelj. 

Printed for I. Walsh and loseph Hare : 

London, [1729 ?J fol. L 49. (3.) 

Lotharius. Opera. St'c Haendel (G. F.) 

LOT ERIE. La Loterie ambulante. 
[Song.] See A. A certaino loterie, etc. 
[1785?] 8". B. 362. (201.) 

Chanson de La Loterie Royalle. [Song.] 
See Du. Du jeu de la Loterie, etc. 
[1789?] 8". B. 362. (200.) 

LOTHARIA. Lotharia. [Song.] 
See Arne (T. A.) 

LOTHARIUS. See Lotario. 

LOTTCHEN AM HOFE. Lottchenam 
Hofc. Comische Oper. See Hiller (J. A.) 

LOTTERY. The Lottery. A Farce. 
[Words by Henry Fielding, music chiefly 
by — Seedo.] As it is Acted at the 
Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane . . . With 
the Musick prcfix'd to each Sont^. 
Printed for J. Watts: London, 1132. S\ 

11775. c. 66. 
Songs in the Lottery ... the Tunes proper 
for the German Flute, Violin & Common 
Flute. The Musick Shojis : 

London, [1731.] 8". A. 869. a. (2.) 

Engraved throughout. This tvork bears 
Walsh's nuviber, (300). 
The Lottery. [Song.] See 1. I am a 
young Damsel, c^c. [1760?] s.sh.io\. 

G. 316. e. (51.) 

LOTTI (ANim-io) Duetti, Tcrzetti, e 

Lladrigali a piu Voci, etc. Appresso 

Antonio Bortoli : Venezia,n05. fol. H. 8. 

LOUD. The Loud Alarms of War must 
cease. [Duet.] See Eccles (J.) [TJic 
Mad Lover.] 

The Loud Wind roar'd. Song. 
See Dale (Joseph) 

LOUET (Alexandre) La IMarmotte en 
vie. Celebre Chanson Savoyarde . . . 
Imprime par permission de M"' A. de Baus- 
set. Pi. Wornum: Londres, [1800?] fol. 

H. 2815. f. (21.) 

LOUIS IX. Du Fran(;ais asservi j'ai S(,'U 
briser les chaines. Air de Louis IX. [by 
J. B. Le Moyne]. Avec Accomp' de Guit- 
tare. Chez Imbault : Paris, [1790.] 8" 

B. 362. h. (35.) 



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LOUIS— LOVE 



LOUIS XVI. Louis XVI. a sou Pcuple. 
[Soug.J See Beecke (I. vou) 
Louis tlio Sixteeuth's Lamentation. 
[Soug.] See Steve>son {Sir J. A.) 

LOUIS FERDINAND, Prince of 
Prussia. Quatuor pour le Piauo Forte, 
Violou, Viole et Violoucelle. [Op. G. 
Separate Parts.] Chez BrcitJcopf d Hdrtel : 
Lciimc, [1800 ?J fol. h. 2793. a. 

LOUIS ( ) Madame. See Bayon, after- 
wards Louis ( ) Madame. 

LOUISA. Louisa. Soug. 
Sec Brooks (J.) 
Louisa. Ballad. See Moulds (J.) 

LOUISE. Louise. Opcrette. 
See Bbnda (P. L.) 

LOULIE (Etienne) Elements ou Priu- 
cipos de Musiquc mis dans un nouvel 
Ordre . . . divisez en Trois Parties . . . 
Avec I'Estampe, la Description & I'Usage 
du Chronometre, etc. Chez E. Iloger : 

Amsterdam, 1G98. 8". 1042. e. 12. 

LOUP. Lc Loup Apprivoisc. [Song.] 
Sec Quel. Quel enibarras, helas que 
faire. [1780?] 8". B. 362. a. (129.) 

LOVE. Love. Song [begins : ' Love, 
soft Love 'J. See Kimbault (S. F.) 
Select Songs. No. 8. 
Love. Song. Sec To. To thiue altar O 
love,t>/c. [1780?] s.sh.ioX. G. 312. (101.) 
Love alone can here alarm us. Love's 
Fights. A New Song. [Words from 
Motteux's " Loves of Mars and Venus."] 
[London, 1710?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (61.) 
Love alone shall here alarm you. Song. 
Sec Pkelleuu (P.) 

Love and a Bumper, or Fanny's Delight. 
A new Medley Song. Adapted to the 
German Flute. Sec Chloe. Chloe, or 
the Musical Magazine, etc. No. 57. 
[1760?] fol. G. 433. 

Love and Beauty. [Song.] SecFoBGiVE. 
Forgive me Ctelia if I prove, etc. 
[1735 ?J s. sh. fol. H. 1994. (24.) 

Love and Beauty. Song [begins : ' Ador'd 
Fancelia ']. SccLulman (C.) 
Love and Folly were at Play. Love and 
Folly. A Neiv Song. Sung by 3Iiss 
Ste2}henson at Vaux-Uall. 
[LoHfZo», 1750?] fol. H. 1994. b. (50.) 

[Another edition.] Love and folly were 
at play. IjOvc and Folly. Sung by Miss 
Stevenson at Vaux Hall. 
[London, 17G0 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (7.) 
[Another edition.] Love and Folly were 
at Play. Love and Folly, etc See Chloe. 
Chloe, or the Musical Magazine, etc. No. 2. 
[1760?] fol. G. 433. 

[Another setting.] Love and Folly were 
at play. [Song.J See Barrett (J.) Organist. 



LOVE. [Another setting.] Love and Folly 
were at play. Song, ^'ct Wesley (S.) 
Love and Freedom. [Song.] See Freedom. 
Freedom is a real treasure. 
[1756.] s. sh. 8". P.P. 5439. ab. 

Love and Friendship. Song. 
Sec Oswald (J.) 

Love and Honour. [Song, begins: 'Of 
all the joys in life possessed.'] 
Sec Cooke (S.) 

Love and Honour. [Song.] Sec I. I 
wish and long for that which I. 
[1740?] s. 67(.fol. G. 309. (115.) 

Love and Innocence. Song. Sec Akgelic. 
Angelic fair, beneath yon pine, etc. 
[1760.] 8". P.P. 5438. z. 

Love and Innocence. Ballad. 
See Angelic. Angelic fair beneath yon 
Pine.e^c. [1770?] s.sh.M. G. 306. (147.) 
Love and Innocence. Song. Sec My. 
My days have beeu so wondrous free. 
[1710?] s.sh.tol. H. 1601. (309.) 

Love and Innocence. [Song, begins : 
' Wanton pleasures far away.'] 
See Smart (T.) 

Love and Loyalty. [Song.] /S'ceCiRAVES (J.) 
Love and IMusic. [Song.] 
See COSTELLOW (T.) 

Love and Opportunity. [Song.] See Let. 
Let us fill the circling Glass. 
[1779?] s. s7i. fol. G. 310. (39.) 

Love and Reason. [Song.] 
See Oswald (J.) 

Love and Satire. Soug. Sec When. 
When Pli.?ebus does rise, eie. 
[1715?] s.sh. fol. H. 1601. (497.) 

Love and Sparkling Wine. Glee. 
See Peck (J.) 

Love and war. Song. Sec Blewitt (J.) 
Love and Wine. [Song, words] By C. 
F. \Yeisse. See All. All bereft of Love 
and Wine, etc. [1800.] s. sh. obi. i". 

266. 1. 29. 
Love and Wine, an Excellent Drinking 
Song. [Begins : ' A Plague on IMiss Chloe.'] 
See Chloe. Chloe, or the ]\Iusical Maga- 
zine, etc. No. 47. [1760 ?J fol. G. 433. 
Love and Wine united. [Song.] Sec When. 
When we drink, my charming Phillis. 
[1725?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. f. (102.) 

Love at Fifty. [Song.] Sec Dibdin (C.) 
[Christmas Gambols.} 
Love at first Sight. [Song.] See 'Twas. 
'Twas once on a Time, etc. 
[1730?] s. 67(. fol. G. 312. (150.) 

Love can disturb the steady Soul. TJtc 
liesolution. A New Song. [London, 

1750?] s.sh.iol. G. 316. a. (35.) 

Love for Love. [Song.] Sec Sue. Sue 
venal Belinda, etc. [1756.] s. sh. 8\ 

P.P. 5439. ab. 



LOVE 



65 



LOVE. Love for Love. [Song.] See Sue. 
Sue venal Belinda, etc. 
[1760?] s.sh.lol. G. 311. (125.) 

Love from those bright eyes. Song. 
See Mozart (W. A.) [An Chloe.] 

Love grows fiercer by denials. A New 
Song. Sung by Mr. Bartholomew Piatt 
at Sadlers Wells. [Words by P. A. Mot- 
teaux, adapted to ' Ch'io lasci mai 
d'amare/ from Handel's ' Amadigi.'] 
[London, 1720?] s. sh. io\. 

H. 1601. (292.) 
Love has possess'd my heart. [Song.] 
See Stanley (J.) 

Love, Honour and Truth. Song. 
See Webbe (S.) the Elder. 

Love I defy thee. Cantata. 
See PuRCELL (D.) 

Love in Disguise. Song. See At. At 
Totterdown hill there dwelt an old pair, 
etc. [1768.] 8". P.P. 5438. z. 

Love in Disguise. [Song.] See At. At 
Totterdown Hill there dwelt an old pair, 
etc. [1770 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. a. (149.) 
Love in her Bosome end my Care. Song. 
See Weldon (J.) [The Agreeable Dis- 
appointmcnt.'] 

Love in her eyes sits playing. Song. 
See Haendel (G. F.) [Acisand Galatea.'] 

Love in the Groves. Song. Sec One. 

One Evening as I lay, etc. 

[1710?] s. s7i. fol. H. 1601. (337.) 

Love in thine Eyes. Canzonet. 

See Jackson (W.) of Exeter. [12 Cayi- 

zonets. Op. 13. No. 7.] 

Love in thy youth, fair maid be wise. 

Glee. See Cooke (M.) 

Love is a God, whose charming Sway. 
Song. Sec Eccles (J.) [Women will have 
their Wills.] 

Love is all Fancy. A new Song. The 
words by Mr. H. F. Within compass of 
the Flute. [London, 1720 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (287.) 
Love is an empty airy name. Song. 
See Eccles (J.) [The City-Lady.] 
Love is lost. [Song, music by T. Brown.] 
[London, nib?] fol. G. 310. (11.) 

[Another copy.] G. 315. (21.) 

Love is lost. Song. See Brown (T.) 
Song- Writer. 

Love is now become a Trade. Song. 
See Barrett (J.) Organist. 
Love, ]\Iusic and Friendship. Glee. 
See Amateur. 

Love never more shall give me Pain. 
[Song, words by R. Crawford,] Sung by 
Mr. Loiue. [London, 1755 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. b. (51.) 

VOL. II. 



LOVE. [Another edition.] Love never 
more shall give me Pain. My Peggie if thou 
die. Sung by Mr. Lowe at Marybon Gar- 
dens. See Chloe. Chloe, or the Musical 
Magazine, e^c. No. 51. [1760?] fol. 

G. 433. 

[Another edition.] Love never more shall 
give me Pain. My Peggie if thou die. 
[Song.] Sung by Mr. Lowe at ]\Iarybon 
Gardens. [London, 1765 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. e. (74.) 

[Another setting.] Love never more 

shall give me Pain. A Favorite Scotch 

Song. Sung by Mr. Vernon at Vauxhall. 

J[oh7i] B[utherford : London, 

1775 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (73.) 

This is a different song from that sung 

by Lowe at Marylebone Gardens. 

Love of no Party. Song. See One. One 

Aprill ]\Iorn w" from the Sea. 

[1705 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 305. (275.) 

Love, our greatest Blessing. [Song.] 
See Deprived. Depriv'd of Love and all 
it's Joys. [1760?] fol. G. 316. d. (106.) 

Love preferable to Liberty. [Song.] 
See Howard (S.) 

[Another edition.] Love preferable to 
Liberty. [Song.] See Markwell ( ) 

Love relaps'd. [Song.] See Arne (T. A.) 

Love Rewarded. [Song.] See With. 

With Phsebus I often arose. 

[1750?] s.sh.iol. G. 313. (172.) 

Love shall be my Guide. Song. 

See Hook (J.) 

Love sounds th' alarm. Song. 

See Haendel (G. F.) [Acis and 

Galatea.] 

Love sounds the Trumpet of Joy. Song. 

See Reeve (W.) 

Love sweet poison. See Haendel (G. F.) 

[Alcina. Verdi prati.] i 

Love thou pleasing teazing Power. Song. 

See Pleyel (I. J.) 

Love thou Sweet Passion. Song. 

See Hayden (G.) 

Love to Madness. Song. 

See Stevenson {Sir J. A.) 

Love Triumphant. [Song.] See When. 

When I beheld Clarinda's Eyes, etc. 

[1715 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 313. (42.) 

Love when 'tis true needs not the aid. 
Indifference excused. [Song, the words by 
Sir C. Sedley.] [London, 

1730 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 305. (151.) 

[Another copy.] G. 310. (67.) 

Love, Wine, & Friendship. Song. 

See Busby (T.) 

Love, Wine, and ]\Iusic. Song. 

See Since. Since love such extacy can 

give, e^c. [1769.] 8°. P.P. 5438. z. 



66 



LOVE 



LOVE. Love would invade me. [Song.] 
See Thomyris. 

Love's a Bubble. [Song.] Sung by Mrs. 
Warrel at Vauxhall. 

S{amiiel and] A{:nn] T\Jiompson : London, 
1778.] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (44.) 

Love's a distemi^er. Song. 
See Barrett (J.) Organist. 
Love's a gentle gen'rous Passion. The 
Constant Lover. [Song.] Set for y" 
German-Flute. [Words from Carey's farce, 
" The Honest Yorkshireman."] [London, 
1740 ?] s. sli. fol. G. 310. (66.) 

[Another setting.] Love's a gentle 
gen'rous Passion. [Song.] See Carey (H.) 
Love's a sweet and soft IMusician. Song. 
See Musical Lady. 
Love's a vain deluding joy. [Song.] 
See Hudson (R.) 
Love's Bacchanal. [Song.] 
See Vincent (J.) 

Love's but the frailty of the Mind. Song. 
See EccLES (J.) {The Way of the World.] 

Love's Conquest over Reason. [Song.] 
See Lesbea. Lesbea's smiles shall ne'er 
deceive me. [1715 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. g. (37.) 
Love's Fights. Song. See suj^ra : Love 
alone can here alarm us, etc. 
[1740?] s.s^. fol. G. 310. (61.) 

Love's Force on the Heart. Song. See To. 
To ease my heart, etc. [1790 ?] fol. 

H. 1653. (32.) 

Love's Goddess in a myrtle Grove. Bonny 
Jean. [Song, words by A. Ramsay.] 
[London, 1730 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (4.) 

[Another copy.] G. 303. (19.) 

[Another edition.] Love's Goddess in a 
INIyrtle Grove. Bonny Jean. [Song.] 
[London, 1735 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. e. (71.) 

Love's Lesson. [Song.] See Dibdin (C.) 
[The General Election.] 

Love's Likeness. [Song.] 

See Dibdin (C.) [Will of the Wis}).] 

Love's Passion never knew till this. Song. 
See Franck (J. W.) 

Love's Probation. [Song.] 
See Dibdin (C.) [The Sphinx.] 

Love's the Devil. [Song.] See Than. 
Than Summers Suns more bright I own. 
[1760?] s.sh.lol. G. 312. (182.) 

Love's true Object. [Song.] 
See Aene (T. A.) 

Love's Victim. [Song.] 
See Mattox ( ) 

LOVE AND MONEY. Love and 

Money. [Musical Farce.] 
See Arnold (S.) 



LOVE AND WINE. Wine's a INIistress 
gay and easy. [Song.] Sung by Mr. 
Leveridge in the Entertainment of Love & 
Wiyie. [London, 1720 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (528.) 

[Another edition.] Wine's a Mistress 
gay and easy. Bass Song, etc. 
London, [1725?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 305. (29.) 

LOVE FINDS THE WAY. How 

dear I love her. [Song.] Sung by INIrs. 
Farrel in " Love finds the Way." [Words 
by T. Hull.] Sk\illcrn : 

London, 1777.] s. sh. fol. G. 308. (131.) 

Oh Love thou Delight. [Song.] Sung 
by Mrs. Farrel in " Love finds the Way" 
[Words by T. Hull]. Sk[illern : 

London, 1777.] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (269.) 

LOVE IN A CAMP. Love in a Camp. 
Comic Opera. See Shield (W.) 

LOVE IN A FOREST. What shall he 
have that kill'd the Deer. The Hunts- 
mans Song in Love in a Forest. [Words 
from Shakespeare's ' As you like it,' 
altered by C. Johnson, music by H. 
Carey.] [London, 1723 ?] fol. 

H. 1601. (524.) 

[Another edition.] What shall he have 
that kill'd the Deer. The Huntsman's 
Song, e^c. [Lonc^o??, 1723?] s. sh. iol. 

G. 313. (49.) 

LOVE IN A RIDDLE. Love in a 
Riddle. A Pastoral. As it is Acted at 
the Theatre-Royal . . . Written by Mr. 
Gibber. (The Tunes to the Songs, etc.) 

Printed for J. Watts : London, 
1719 [1729.] 8°. 841. d. 32. (2.) 

The date 1719 is a misprint. 

Love in a Riddle. A Pastoral . . . Written 
by Mr. Cibber. (The Tunes to the Songs 
in the foregoing Pastoral.) Printed for 
J. Watts : London, 1729. 8». 

841. d. 32. (2.) 

[Another copy.] 841. f. 55. (1.) 

[Another copy.] T. 1678. (4.) 

[Another copy.] 643. h. 12. (2.) 

LOVE IN A VILLAGE. Love in a 
Village. A Comic Opera. . .The Music by 
Handel, Boyce, Arne, Howard, Baildon, 
Festing, Geminiani, Galuppi, Giardini, 
Paradies, Agus, Abos. For the Harpsi- 
cord, Voice, German Flute, or Violin. 

Printed fen- 1. Walsh: London, 
[1763.] ohl. fol. D. 269. 

Love in a Village . . . Set for a German 
Flute, Hoboy or Violin, etc. Printed for 
I. Walsh : London, [1768.] 8". 

D. 269. a. 
Wanting pp. 5 and 6. 



LOVE 



67 



LOVE IW A VILLAGE. A New 

Edition of Love in a Village. A Comic 
Opera . . . The music by Abel, Agus, 
Dr. Arae, Baildou, Dr. Boyce, Carey, 
Festing, Galuppi, Geminiani, Giardini, 
Handel, Dr. Howard, Oswald, Paradies, 
Weldon, &c. To which is added the . . . 
Bravura Song introduced by IMrs. Billing- 
ton. Composed by Sig"' Giordani. 

Printed for B. Birchall : London, 
[1795?] fol. H. 108. 

Love in a Village. A Comick Opera . . . 
The Musick by Handel, Boyce, Arne, 
Howard, Baildou, Festing, Geminiani, 
Galuppi, Giardini, Paradies, Agus, Abos, 
&c., for the Piano Forte, Voice, German 
Flute or Guitar. [1797.] See Periodical 
Publications. — London. The Piano- 
Forte Jlagaziue. Vol. I. No. 9. [1797- 
1802.] 8°. D. 854. 

Cease, gay Seducers. A Favourite Air in 
Love in a Village. The JIusic lately in- 
troduced and sung by Sliss Catley. 
[London, 1773.] s. sh. 4°. 159. n. 5. 

London Magazine, April, 1773. Li 
some editions the composition of this 
song is attributed to Anne Catley. It 
is different from the setting in the early 
editions of the opera and also from that 
by T. A. Arne tvhich appeared later. 

Cupid God of soft Persuasion. [Song, by 

F. Giardini.] Sung by Miss Hallam in Love 

in a Village. [London, 17G5 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. a. (194.) 

Cupid God of soft Persuasion. [Song.] 
Sung by Miss Hallam, in Love in a 
Village. Set by Sig' Giardini. [London, 
1765?] s.sh.iol. G. 316. j. (10.) 

Hope, thou Nurse. [Duet, the music by 
J. Weldon.] Sung by ]\Iiss Brent and 
INIiss Hallam in Love in a Village. For 
the Harpsicord, and Guittar. 
[London, 1780 ?] fol. G. 296. (15.) 

How blest the Maid. [Song, adapted to 
' La pastorella al prato,' music by B. 
Galuppi.] Sung by Miss Brent in Love 
in a Village. [London, 1180 ">] s.sh.iol. 

G. 296. (13.) 

How much Superior Beauty. [Song.] 
Sung by Mr. Mattocks in Love in a 
Village. Set by Mr. Howard. [London, 
1765 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 308. (107.) 

How much superior Beauty awes. [Song.] 
Sung by Mr. Mattocks, in Love in a 
Village. Set by Mr. Howard. 
R. Falkcner : London, [1775 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. a. (47.) 

In Love shou'd there meet a fond Pair. 
Sung by Miss Brent, in Love in a village. 
Set by Mr. Barnard. B. Falkener : 

London, [1775 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. a. (87.) 



LOVE IN A VILLAGE. [Another 
edition.] In Love shou'd there meet. 
Sung by Miss Brent in Love in a Village. 
[Music by — Barnard.] 
Sk[illern : London, 1775 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 309. (163.) 
In vain I ev'ry Art essay. [Song.] Sung 
Mr. Mattocks . . . Set by Dr. Arne. 
[London, 1765?] s.sh.iol. 

H. 1994. c. (7.) 

My Dolly was the fairest thing. [Song.] 
Sung by Mr. Beard in Love in a Village. 
[Adapted to ' Let me wander not unseen,' 
from Handel's ' L' Allegro. 'J [London, 

1770?] s. s7i. fol. G. 310. (122.) 

! had I been by fate decreed. [Song, by 
S. Howard.] Sung by Mr. Mattocks, etc. 
[London,'] 17G3. 8". P.P. 5441. 

Boyal Magazine, Vol. VIII., p. 155. 

! had I been by fate decreed. [Song, by 
S. Howard.] Sung by Mr. Mattocks, etc. 
[London, 1763.] 8°. P.P. 5140. 

Lady's Magazine, Vol. IV., p. 357. 

! had I been by Fate decreed. [Song.] 
Sung by ]\Ir. JIattocks in Love in a 
Village. Set by jMr. Howard. [London, 
1765?] s.sh.iol. G. 310. (251.) 

! had I been by fate decreed. [Song] 
. . . Set by ]Mr. Howard. B. Falkener : 
London, [ITi 5'!] s.sh.iol. 

H. 1994. c. (48.) 

Oh had I been by fate decreed. A 
favorite Song [by S. Howard] sung by 
Sir. Incledon in . . . Love in a Village. 
G. Walker : London, [1800 ?] fol. 

G. 383. h. (68.) 

Oh ! how shall I in Language weak. Song 
by Mr. Mattocks ... Set [to ' The Power 
of Beauty,'] by Mr. Carey. B. Falkener : 
London, [1770 ?] 5. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. a. (208.) 

[Another edition.] Oh ! how shall I. 
Sung by Mr. Mattocks, etc. [London, 

1770 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1994. b. (60.) 

Oh ! how shall I in Language weak, etc. 
[Song, the words by I. BickerstafEe, 
adapted to H. Carey's ' Power of Beauty.'] 
[London, 1797 ?] fol. G. 805. i. (10.) 

Still in hopes to get the better. A Song 
in Love in a Village. Sung by Mr. 
Mattocks. Set by Dr. Arne. [London, 
1765?] s.sh.iol. G. 311. (144.) 

'Tis not Wealth. [Song.] Sung by Mrs. 
Pinto in Love in a Village. Set by Sig' 
Giardini. [London, 1770 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 312. (142.) 

Under the Hose. [Song.] Sung by Mr. 
Beard in Love in a Village. Set by 
Dr. Arne. B. Falkener: London, 

[1775?] s. sh. fol. H. 1994. a. (207.) 

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68 



LOVE— LOVER 



LOVE IN THE CITY. Love in the 
City, a Comic Opera . . . for the Voice, 
Harpsichord, or Violin. [Libretto] By 
the Author of Love in a Village [I. Bicker- 
staff e]. [Music arranged and compiled by 
C. Dibdin.] J. Johnston, for the Arithor : 
London, [1767.] ohl. fol. D. 282. (5.) 
The composers named in this work are : 
Vento, Cocchi, Galuppi, Picini, Bar- 
thelemon, H. M. K. P., Dibdin, 
Pergolcsi and Jomclli, 



LOVE IN THE EAST. 

East. Comic Opera. 

See LiNLEY (T.) the Elder. 



Love in the 



LOVE'S TRIUMPH. Songs in the New 
Opera, call'd Love's Triumph, as they are 
perform'd at the Queen's Theatre. [Words 
adapted from the Italian of Cardinal Otto- 
boui by P. A. Motteux, music by C. P. 
Cesarini and F. Gasparini.] I. Walsh 

and I. Hare : London, [1708.] fol. 

H. 227. 
Gay, kind and airy sweet. [Song.] S^mg 
by Mrs. Lindse in the Opera call'd Love's 
Triumph. ILondo^ii, 1708.] s. sh. fol. 

G. 305. (155.) 
[Another copy.] H. 1601. (169.) 

[Another copy.] I. 600. (58.) 

Kindly thus my Treasure. A Fauorite 
Song in the Opera call'd the Tryumphs of 
Love. [London, 1708.] s. sJi. fol. 

H. 1601. (263.) 

LOVELIEST. Loveliest Charmer. A 
Song by Mr. Bob'' Brereto7i being an Invi- 
tation to a Lady in y" Spring. [London, 
1740 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. e. (63.) 

LOVELY. Lovely beauty, close those 
eyes. Song. Sec Haendel (G. F.) [The 
Triiimph of Time and Truth.] 

Lovely Bett. [Song.] See Crome (R.) 

The Lovely Cselia. Song. 

See DiEUPART (C.) 

Lovely Charmer, dearest Creature. Song. 

See PuRCELL (D.) [The Island Pririccss.] 

The Lovely Charmer. Song [begins: 

' Wilt thou ever ']. See Vanbrughe (G.) 

Lovely cruel charming fair. A Neio Song 
after the Italian Manner. [London, 

1715 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1601. (282.) 

Lovely Delia. [Song.] See Dale (Joseph) 
Lovely Goddess, sprightly May. Song. 
See Barnes (J.) 

Lovely Harriote. A Crambo Song. 
See Burney (C.) 

A lovely Lass to a Fryar came. TJie 
Fryar and the Nnn. [Song.] [London, 
1710 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1601. (26.) 

[Another edition.] A lovely Lass to a 
Fryar came, c?c. [London, 1715?] s. sJi. fol. 

G. 305. (31.) 



LOVELY. A Lovely Lass to a Fryar 
came, etc. [Another copy.] 

G. 306. (56.) 
Lovely Mira. [Song.] See Day (J. K.) 
Lovely Nan. [Song.] See Dibdin (C.) 
[Great Neios.] 

Lovely Nancy with Variations for the 
Harpsicord. Printed for 

Longman, Lukey d Brodcrip : London, 
[1778 ?] s. sh. fol. g. 272. p. (8.) 

Lovely Nancy, with Variations. Sec How. 
How can you lovely Nancv. 
[1760?] s. sh. fol. H. i994. a. ( 172.) 
Lovely Nymph, asswage my anguish. 
Song. See Midas. 

Lovely Peggy. [Song.] See Once. 
Once more I'll tune the Vocal shell. 
[1750?] s.sh.ioX. 1.530.(124.) 

Lovely Peggy. [Song.] See To. To you, 
fair Nymph I tune the Lyre. [1780 ?] fol. 

G. 312. (200.) 
Lovely Polly. [Song.] See Hayes (P.) 
Lovely Ruler of my Heart. Song. 
Sec Carey (H.) [The Contrivances.] 
Lovely Sally. Ballad. See Legoux (L. R.) 

Lovely seems the Moon's fair Lustre. 

[Song.] See Adams (J. B.) A New Air, 

etc. No. 4. 

The Lovely Spring. [Song.] 

See BoRGHi (L.) 

Lovely Susan. Canzonet. See Lanza (G.) 

LOVER. The Lover. [Song, begins: 
' Long by some fair one.'] See Dibdin (C.) 
[King and Queen.] 

The Lover. [Song, begins : ' If love be a 
fault.'] See Howard (S.) 
The Lover. Canzonet [begins : ' In vain 
the wary lover tries ']. See Mozart (W. A.) 
[Das Traumbild.] 

The Lover and the Friend. A New Song. 
[Words by E. Moore, music by J. Worgan.] 
See Chloe. Chloe, or the Musical Maga- 
zine, etc. No. 90. [1760 ?] fol. G. 433. 
The Lover and the Friend. Song. 
Sec Worgan (J.) 

The Lover for the Favour presses. [Song.] 
See Myrtillo. 

The Lover of Liberty. [Song.] 
See Howard (S.) 

The Lover with Reason. [Song.] 
See Ramondon (L.) 

The Lover's Absence. Song. See Had. 
Had I but the wings of a dove, etc. 
[1749.] 8°. 157. 1. 11. 

The Lover's Address. [Song.] Sec Char- 
mer. Charmer permit me to make a 
Surrender, etc. [1730?] s. sli. fol. 

G. 307. (47.) 
The Lover's Address. Song [begins : 
' Beloved, each anxious fear ']. 
See Essex (M.) Select Songs. No. 6. 



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LOVER. The Lover's Catechism. Song. 
See Hook (J.) 

The Lover's Complaint, a New Song, etc. 
[Begins : ' Cruel Amynta, can you see.'] 
See Chloe. Chloe, or the Musical Maga- 
zine, e^c. No. 85. [1760?] fol. G. 433. 
The Lover's Complaint. [Song.] Sec Hark. 
Hark ! the Trumpets sounds to Arms. 
[1720 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 305. (267.) 

The Lover's Complaint. [Song.] Sec When. 
When I to Sleep address my Mind, etc. 
[1738.] 8^ 249. c. 8. 

The Lover's Complaint. [Song.] 
Sec While. While pensive on the 
Lonely plain. [1760 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. (158.) 
The Lover's Declaration. [Song.] 
Sec Olive (J.) 

The Lover's fatal Jom'iiey. Ballad. 
See Sanderson (-J.) 

The Lover's Litany. [Song.] See By. 
By that Mole on thy Bosom. 
[1740?] s. s7i. fol. G. 316. d. (60.) 

The Lover's Petition. [Song.] 
See Arne (T. A.) 

The Lover's Prayer. [Song.] See Gentle. 

Gentle Cupid, ever roving. 

[1750?] s.sk.iol. G. 308. (21.) 

The Lover's Prayer. [Song.] See 0. O 

my fairest you're my Dearest. 

[1730 ?J s. sh. fol. G. 310. (255.) 

The Lover's Progress. [Song.] 

See Stanley (J.) 

The Lover's Resolution. [Song.] 

See A., J. 

The Lover's Treasure. [Song.] 
See HOLDEN (F.) 

The Lover's Wish. Song. See Ye. Ye 
ruling Pow'rs, etc. [1765.] 8°. 

P.P. 5438. z. 

LOVER HIS OWN RIVAL. The 

Lover his own Rival. A Ballad Opera. 
As it is Perform'd at the New Theatre in 
Goodman's-Pields. By Mr. Langford. 
Printed for J. Watts : London, 1736. 8". 

11775. e. 2. (1.) 
The Lover his own Rival. A Ballad 
Opera, etc. Printed for J. Watts : 

London, 1753. 8». 162. i. 41. 

LOVER'S OPERA. The Lover's Opera 
...[Written] By Mr. Chetwood. . .The 
Third Edition, with... the Musick pre- 
fix'd to each Song. Printed for J. Watts : 
London, 1730. 8". 841. d. 17. (2.) 

[Another copy.] 82. e. 36. 

LOVERS. The Lovers' Quarrel. Dialogue. 
See Hook (J.) 

The Lovers' Toast. Part Song. 
See Stevenson (J. A.) 



LOVERS. Lovers, who listen to Reason's 
persuasion. Song. See Storage (S.) 
[Tim Pirates.'] 

LOVESICK. Lovesick Jockey. Song. 
See Croft (W.) 

The Love-Sick Soldier. [Ballad.] 

See Why. Why did the God of Love 

wound a Commander, etc. 

[1693 ?] s. sh. fol. Case 39. k. 6. (45.) 

LOW. Low down in the Broom. Song. 
See My. My Daddy is a canker'd Carle, 
etc. [1760.J 8". 158. 1. 5. 

Low down in the broom. [Song.] 
See My. My Daddy is a cross old man. 
[1770?] fol. I. 530. (104.) 

Low in a Vale young Willy sat. Song. 
See Light (E.) 

LOW (Thomas) See Banister (J.) and 
Low (T.) New Ayres and Dialogues... 
Together with Lessons for Viols or Violins, 
etc. 1678. 8". K. 2. a. 6. 

LOWE (Edward) Sec L., E. 

LOWENSTERN (^^Iatthaeus Apelles 
von) Sec Loewenstern. 

LOWLAND. Lowland Cot. Song. 
See Offley (H. P.) 

The Lawland Lads think they are fine. 
The Highland Laddie. [Song, by IM. 
Arne.] \_London, 1750.] 8^ 

P.P. 5438. z. 
Universal Magazine, Vol. VII., p. 25. 

The Lawland lads think they are fine. 
The Highland Laddie. [Song.] Written 
...by Allan Ramsay, and now sung at 
Ranelagh and all the other Gardens, etc. 
[By M. Arne.] [London, 1750.] 8^ 

249. c. 20. 
Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. XX., p. 325. 

The Lawland Lads think they are fine. 
The Highland Laddie. [Song, by M. 
Arne.] [London, 1770?] s. sh. fol. 

I. 530. (86.) 

The Lawland maids go spruce and fine. 
The Highland Lassie. A New Song. 
[London, 1751.] 8". 157. 1. 13. 

London Magazine, 1751, p. 468. 

[Another setting.] The Lawland Maids 
gang trig and fine. The Highland Lassie. 
[Song.] Str[aight] & Sk[illern : 

London, 1775 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 312. (180. 
Lowland Willy. Song. See Hook (J.) 

LOYAL. The Loyal Briton. Song. 
See Ling (W.) 

The Loyal Cobler. Comic Song. 
See Reeve (W.) 



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LOYAL. The Loyal Health. [Song.] 
Sec Ye. Ye Monarchy haters, etc. 
1684. fol. 11630. ff. 2. (9.) 

The Loyal Highland Lass. Song. 
Sec To. To Hanover from Edinbro'. 
[1715?] s.sh. fol. G. 312. (92.) 

The Loyal London IMilitary Association. 
[Song.] See Olive (J.) 
The Loyal Scot. [Song.] See Bread. 
Bread of Geud! I think the Nation's 
mad, etc. [1682 ?] s. sh. fol. 

Case 38. i. 25. (15.) 
The Loyal Sherifs of London and Middle- 
sex. [Song.] See Now. Now at last the 
Matter is dicided, etc. 1682. s. sh. fol. 

Case 38. i. 25. (14.) 
The Loyal Sherifs of Loudon and Middle- 
sex. Upon their Election, etc. [Ballad.] 
Sec Now. Now at last the Matter is 
Dicided, etc. 1682. s. sh. fol. 

1872. a. 1. (44.) 

The Loyal Swain: or. The Happy Pair. 
[Ballad.] Sec Ianthe. lanthe the Lovely, 
etc. [1705?] s.sh.iol. 

Case 40. m. 9. (98.) 

The Loyal Tar. [Song.] 
See Cartee (C. T.) 
The Loyal Tars. Song. 
Sec Reeve (W.) [Don Juan.] 
The Loyal Toasts. [Song.] Sec Six. Six 
Subjects as loyal. [1760?] s.sh.iol. 
^ G. 316. e. (131.) 

Loyal Volunteers. [Song.] 
See Ball (S.) 

LOYALIST. The Loyalist. [Song.] 
Sec When. When Britain first her fair 
domain. [1795?] fol. G. 385. c. (15.) 

LOYALTY. Loyalty. Song. 

Sec Bleavitt (J.) [Fashionable Ballenj.] 
Loyalty Triumphant, or Phanaticism 
Display'd. [Song.] See Ye. Ye Mon- 
archy haters, etc. 1684. fol. 

11630. if. 2. (9.) 

LUBIN. Lubiu's Return. Ballad. 
See Williamson (T. G.) 

LUCARIUS. (Joannes Jacobus) D. 
loannis lacobi Lucarii Conceutuura qui 
uulgo Motetta nuncupantur. Liber Primus 
Quatuor Vocum. Tenor. 

Ajmcl Antonium Gardane : Venetijs, 
1547. obi. 4". K. 3. c. 3. 

The last two motets are headed ' Tomasi 
cimclli' and ' Alchali sepinatis.' 

LUCAS. Lucas, ayant le coeur joyeux. 
[Song.] Sec R., M>\ 
Lucas, du Cabaret sortant. Air. 
See BouvARD (F.) 

Lucas pret [sic] de mourir. [Song.] Eecit 
de Basse. [Paris,'] 1745. s. sh. 4°. 

297. e. 2. 
Mercicre de France, July, 1745. 



LUCAS, of Mechlin, a Caimchin. See 
Hymns. [Dutch.] Den Boeck der ghee- 
stelijcke Sanghen bedeelt in twee deelen. 
Den Blijdcn Requiem eude Geluckighe 
Uyt-vaert van een Salighe Side... Door 
cenen Religieus van d' Oorden van Sinte 
Francois [i.e. Lucas of Mechlin], etc. 
1631. 8". A. 567. 

LUCETTE. Lucctte avoit dcja quinze 
ans. L'Hciireuse Di^couvcrte. [Song, writ- 
ten] Par M' Letang de Margeanville. 
[Paris, 1780?] 8". B. 362. b. (171.) 

LUCETTE ET LUCAS. Lucette et 
Lucas. Comedie. 
See Z., D., Mademoiselle. 

LUCILE. Lucile, Comedie en un Acte, 
meslee d'Ariettes, etc. [Words by J. F. 
Marmontel, music by A. E. M. Gretry.] 
Chez Merlin : Paris, 1769. 8". 

164. f. 61. 

This edition only contains the voice-parts 

of the Finale. 

Lucile, Comedie en un Acte, etc. 1774. 

See Recueil. Recueil general des Opera 

Bouffons, etc. Tom. ?>. 1777. 8". 

11735. b. 2. 

Ariettes de Lucile [by A. E. M. Gretry]. 
[Paris, 1780?] S\ B. 362. h. (34.) 

Chantons deux epoux. Ronde de Lucile 
[by A. E. M. Gretry]. 
[Paris,] 1773. s. sh. 8". 298. e. 23. 

Mcrcurc de France, August, 1773. 
Ou pent on etre mieux. Quatuor de 
Lucile [by A. E. U. Gretry]. 
[Paris, 1780?] 8". B. 362. (39.) 

Qu'il est doux de dire en aimant. Air 
chante dans Lucile [by A. E. IM. Gretry]. 
Recoquilliic : [Paris,] 1769. s. sh. 8". 

297. e. 24. 

Mercure de France, May, 1769. 
Lucile. Comedie. 
See Gbetry (A. E. M.) 

LUCINDA. Luciuda. Song. 
See Bryan (J.) 

Lucinda by a secret art. Song. 
See Strollgbr (J.) 
Lucinda is bewitching fair. Song. 
See PURCELL (H.) [Abdelazor.] 
Lucinda is quite forgotten now. Song. 

See COTTERELL (J.) 

Lucinda Mira. Song. Sec Graves (J.) 

Lucinda's Name with sweetest Sound. 

[Song.] See Howard (S.) 

Lucinda's Wish. [Song.] Sec Come. 

Come, Strephon, come, etc. 

[1710?] s.sh.iol. H. 1601. (108.) 

LUCINI (Francesco) See Gemme. Le 
Gemme, IMadrigali a Cinque, etc. [With 
a dedication by P. Lucini.] 1590. 4°. 

C. 215. 



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71 



LUCIO VERO. The Favourite Songs 
in the Opera call'd Lucius Verus. [Words 
by Apostolo Zeno, music by Attilio 
Ariosti.] Printed for I. Walsh and 

Joseph Hare : London, [1727.] fol. 

G. 206. c. (3.) 
Lucius Yerus. Opera. 
See Haendel (G. F.) 

Lucio Vero. Opera. 
See Sacchini (A. M. G.) 

LUCIUS VERUS. See Lucio Veeo. 

LUCKLESS. Luckless Love. [Soug.] 

Sec CORFE (J.) 

The Luckless Lover. Song. 
Sec Abikgton (L.) 

LUCKY. The Lucky Escape. [Song.] 
Sec DiBDiN (C.) [Private Theatricals.] 

LUCRETIA. Lucretia. [Song.] 
See Betts (E.) 

LUCY. Lucy. A New Song. 

Sec Fields. The Fields are green, etc. 
[1761.] 8°. P.P. 5441. 

Lucy. Song. See Fields. The iields 
are green, etc. [1761.] 8°. P.P. 5140. 

Lucy and Collin. [Song.] See Of. Of 
Linster fam'd for Maidens fair, etc. 
[1735 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. e. (104.) 

Lucy, or Fixt Air. Cantata. 
See BuBLETTi ( ),pset(d. 

LUCY GRAY. Lucy Gray of Allendale. 
Song. See Hook (J.) 

LUD. Lud don't you keep teaziug me so. 

[Song.] See When. When Strephon the 

rover, e/c. [1780?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 313. (191.) 
LUDUS DIANAE. See Diana. 

LUDUS MELOTHEDICUS. Ludus 
Melothedicus, ou Le Jeu de Dez Har- 
monique, Contenant plusieurs Calculs 
par lesquels toute personne composera 
diiiereuts Meuuets avec raccompagnem' 
de Basse en jouant avec deux Dez meme 
sans s(,'avoir la Musique, etc. Grave par 
J. P. Oger. Chez HP de la Chevardicre : 
Paris, [1760?] fol. f. 105. 

LUETGERT (F. H.) See Telemach Peinz 
VON Ithaca. Euch ihr Herren mit stolzen 
Blicken. Arie...fvirsCla\'ier...eiugerichtet 
von F. H. Liltgert. [1800 ?] ohl. fol. 

E. 1766. c. (4.) 

LUFF. Luff, thus, Nonnear. A Sailor's 
Song, set for the Gennan Flute. [Loitdon, 
1750?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. e. (65.) 

LUIS (David) The Youth's Desire. 
[Song.] [London, 1150?] s. sh. io\. 

G. 316. d. (129.) 



LUKAS UND BAERBCHEN. Lukas 
undBarbchen. Operette. 
See Benda (G.) 

LUKEWARM. The Lukewarm Lover. 
[Song.] See Whilst. Whilst I gaze on 
Chloe trembling. [1750?] s. sh. iol. 

G. 316. a. (56.) 

LULLI (Giovanni Battista) [Achille et 

Polixene. Act i.] .See Colasse (P.) 

Achille . . . le premier Acte par feu 

M" J. B. de Lully, etc. 1687. fol. 

L 316. 
Acis et Galatee, Pastorale Heroique, etc. 
[Words by J. G. de Campistron. Full 
Score.] C. Ballard : Paris, 1686. fol. 

L 306. 1. 

Ouverture, Passacaille & Tous les 

autres Airs a jouer de I'Opera d'Acis & 
Galat6e, etc. [String Parts.] 

Aiix depens d'E. Roger : Amsterdam, 
[1700 ?] obi. 4». a. 148. (5.) 

Alceste. Trag^die [written by P. Quiu- 
ault] . . . Premiere Edition. Grange par 
H. de Baussen. Paris, 1708. fol. 

I. 306. c. 

Ouverture & Tous les autres Airs a 

jouer de I'Opera d' Alceste, etc. [String 
Parts.] Azcx depens d'E. Roger : 

Amsterdam, [1715 ?] obi. 4". 

a. 148. (10.) 
Amadis. Tragc^die, etc. [Written by 
P. Quinault. Full Score.] C. Ballard : 
Paris, 1684. fol. ^ I. 303. a. 

Amadis . . . Nouvelle Edition. OEuvre xiv. 
De V Imprimerie de J. B. C. Ballard : 
Paris, 1725. fol. I. 303. 

Ouverture avec tous les Airs a jouer 

de rOp6ra d' Amadis, etc. [String Parts.] 

CJiez E. Roger : Amsterdam, 
[1720 ?] oU. 4°. a. 148. (2.) 

Armide. Tragedie, etc. [Words by P. 

Quinault. Full Score.] 

Christophe Ballard : Paris, 1686. fol. 

I. 306. g. 
Armide. Seconde Edition. Grav^e par 
H. de Baus§en. Paris, 1710. fol. 

I. 305. a. 

Armide ... Nouvelle Edition, ffiuvre xviii. 

De I'hnprimerie de J. B. C. Ballard : 

Paris, 1725. fol. I. 305. 

Ouverture, Chaconne & Tous les 

autres Airs a jouer de I'Opera d' Armide, 
etc. [String Parts.] 

Aux depens d'E, Roger : Amsterdam, 
[1710?] obl.i". a. 148. (6.) 

Atys. Trag^die . . . [written by P. Quinault.] 
Grauee par H. de Baussen. Seconde 
Edition. Paris, 1708. fol. H. 500. 

Ouverture. Avec tous les airs a 

jouer de I'Opera d'Atis, etc. [String 
Parts.] Chez E. Roger : Amsterdam, 

[1720?] oU. 4°. • a. 148. (11.) 



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LULLI 



IiULLI (Giovanni Battista) Bell^ro- 
phon. Tragedie, etc. [Words by T. Cor- 
neille, Fontenelle and Boileau. Full 
Score.] C. Ballard : 

Paris, 1679. fol. I. 306. f. 

Bellerophon. . .Seconde Edition. Chez 
C. Ballard : Paris, 1714. fol. I. 306. 

Ouverture avec tons les Airs a jouer 



de rOp6ra de Bellerophon, etc. [String 
Parts.] Chez E. Roger : Amsterdam, 

[1720?] ohl. 4". a. 148. (7.) 

[Cadmus et Hermione.] Ouverture avec 
tous les airs a jouer de I'Opera de Cadmus, 
etc. [String Parts.] Chez E. Bogcr : 

Amsterdam, [1720?] obi. 4". a. 148. (8.) 

L'Eglogue de Versailles. 

See infra ; Idylle sur la Paix, etc. 

Idylle sur la Paix [words by J. Racine], 
avec I'Eglogue de Versailles [words by 
P. Quinault], et plusieurs Pieces de 
Symphonic, etc. [Full Score.] 
C. Ballard : Paris, 1685. fol. I. 306. a. 

Isis. Tragedie. [Words by P. Quinault. 
Full Score.] [C. Ballard : 

Paris, 1677.] fol. I. 306. e. 

Wa7iting the title-page. 

Ouverture. Avec tous les Airs a 

jouer de I'Op^ra d'Isis, etc. [String 
Parts.] Chez E. Roger : Amsterdam, 

[1720 ?] obi. i". a. 148. (4.) 

Lessons for the Harpsichord or Spinet, 
viz' Almands, Corants, Sarabands, Airs, 
Minuets & Jiggs. D. Wright : London, 
[1700?] obi. fol. e. 132. 

The Old Cebell. See Lard. Lard, how 
men can Claret drink. A Dialogue ... to 
the Tune of the old Cebell [attributed to 
G. B. Lulli], c/c. [1707?] s. sh. iol. 

G. 305. (208.) 

The Old Cebell. See Pray. Pray now 
John let Jug prevail. A Dialogue ... to 
the Famous Old Cebell [attributed to G. B. 
Lulli]. [1710?] s.sh.tol. 

H. 1601. (372.) 
Pers^e, Tragedie, etc. [Written by P. 
Quinault. Full Score.] C. Ballard: 

Paris, 1632. fol. I. 302. 

Ouverture avec tous les airs a jouer 

de rOpera de Pers^e, etc. [String Parts.] 

Chez E. Roger : Amstcrda-)n, 
[1720 ?] obi. 4°. a. 148. (12.) 

Phaeton, Tragedie, etc. [Written by P. 
Quinault. Full Score.] C. Ballard : 

Paris, 1683. fol. I. 306. k. 

Ouverture. Avec tous les Airs a jouer 

de rOpera de Phaeton, etc. [String 
Parts.] Ches E. Roger : Amsterdam, 

[1720?] obi. 4". a. 148. (9.) 

Proserpine, Tragedie, etc. [Written by 
P. Quinault. Full Score.] C. Ballard : 
Paris, 1680. fol. H. 500. c. 



LULLI (Giovanni Battista) Proserpine, 
Tragedie, etc. Ouverture avec tous les 
airs a jouer de I'Op^ra de Proserpine, 
etc. [String Parts.] Chez E. Roger : 

Amsterdam, [1720 ?] obi. 4". 

a. 148. (13.) 

[Psyche.] Ouverture. Avec tous les Airs 
a jouer du Ballet de Psich6, etc. [String 
Parts.] Chez E. Roger : Amsterdam, 

[1720?] obi. 4». a. 148. (3.) 

Roland, Tragedie, etc. [Written by P. 
Quinault. Full Score.] C. Ballard : 

Paris, 1685. fol. I. 301. 

Roland . , . Gravee par H. de Baussen. 
Seconde Edition. Paris, 1709. fol. 

I. 306. i. 

Witlt, the arms of Prince Maximilian 
Joseph of Bavaria on the covers. 

Ouverture. Avec tous les Airs a 

jouer de I'Op^ra de Roland, etc. [String 
Parts.] Chez E. Roger : Amsterdam, 

[1720 ?] obi. 4°. a. 148. (1.) 

Ballet du Temple de la Paix, etc. [Written 
by P. Quinault. Full Score.] C. Ballard : 
Paris, 1685. fol. I. 306. d. 

- Ouverture avec tous les airs a jouer 
rOpera du Temple de la Paix, etc. 



de 

[String Parts.] 
Amsterdam, [1720 ?] 



Chez E. Roger : 
obi. 4". 

a. 148. (14.) 



Thes6e. Tragedie, etc. 
Quinault. Full Score.] 
Paris, 1688. fol. 



[Words by P. 

C. Ballard : 

I. 306. h. 



Thesee . . . Seconde Edition. CEuvre iv. 

De VTmprimerie de J. B. C. Ballard : 

Paris, 1720. fol. I. 304. 

Les Trio des Op6ra de Monsieur de Lully, 
mis en ordre pour les concerts. Propres 
a chanter, & a jouer sur la Flute, le Violon, 
& autres Instruments. Premier Dessus. 
(Basse.) [Arranged, with a preface, by 
A. Le Chevallier.] 4 pts. P. & J. Blaeu : 
Amsterdavi, 1690 (1691). obi. 4". 

C. 404. (1.) 

Les Trio des Opera de Monsieur de Lully, 
mis en ordre pour les concerts. Propres 
a chanter, & a jouer sur la Flute, le 
Violon, & autres Instruments. (Second 
Dessus.) 2 pts. Chez C. Ballard : 

Paris, [1690 ?] obi. i\ C. 404. a. 

Le Triomphe de I'Amour, Ballet Royal 
[written by J. de Benserade and P. 
Quinault. Full Score]. C. Ballard : 

Paris, 1681. fol. K. 7. i. 1. 

The arms and monogram of the composer 
are on the binding. 

See Anglebert (J. H. d') Pieces de 
Clavecin . . . Diverses Chaconnes, Ouver- 
tures, et autres Airs de Monsieur de Lully 
mis sur cet lustrum', etc. [1689.] obi. fol. 

e. 382. 



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73 



LULLI (Giovanni Battista) 

See COLASSE (P.) Ballet des Saisons... 
Seconde Edition augment^e de toute la 
Musique de feu Monsieur de Lully qui 
manquoit dans la premiere. 
1700. obi. 4". C. 396. a. 

LULLY (Jean Louis de) 

See Lully (L. de) and (J. L. de) 

LULLY (Louis de) and (Jean Louis de) 
Zephire et Flore. Op^ra, etc. [Written 
by M. Duboulay. Full Score.] 
C. Ballard : Paris, 1688. fol. I. 300. 

LULMAN (Charles) As gentle Strephon 
kept his Sheep. A Pastoral Sonnet, by a 
Gentleman of Norwich, etc. [London, 

1720?] s.sh. fol. H. 1601. (10.) 

[Another edition.] As gentle Strephon 
kept his sheep. A Pastoral Sonnet, etc. 
T. Cross : [London ? 1725 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. h. (30.) 
Love and Beauty. A New Song, etc. 
[London, 1120?] s. sh. io\. 

H. 1601. (17.) 
[Another copy.] G. 305. (157.) 

LULY (Baptiste) See Lulli (G. B.) 

LULY (Jean) 

See LoEiLLET (J. B.) of Ghent. 

V 

LUMIERE. La Lumiere la plus pure. 
LaLumi^re. [Song.l W. Forster : 

[London, ll'^O?] s.s'h.lol. 0.310.(60.) 

LUNA ( ) See JIinuets. Eighteen 
New Spanish Minuets. . .Compos'd by. . . 
Sig' Luna, etc. [1760 ?] obi. 4°. 

a. 25. (1.) 

LUNATIC. The Lunatic. [Song.] 
Sec Holder (J. W.) 

LUNGI. Lungi dal caro bene. Cavatina. 
See Sarti (G.) [Giulio Sabine] 

LUPACCHINO DAL VASTO (Ber- 
nardino) Lupacchino a Cinque. II Primo 
Libro di Madrigali a Cinque uoci noua- 
meute composto, etc. Bassus. 

A^yresso dl Antoiiio Gardane : Venetia, 
1547. obi. 4'. K. 3. e. 4. 

LUPACCHINO DAL VASTO (Ber- 
nardino) and TASSO (Giovanni Maria) 
Di Bernardino Lupachino, et di loan 
Maria Tasso. II Primo Libro a due 
Voci. Con r Aggiunta di alcuni Canti di 
diuersi Autori. Et in questa vltima im- 
pressioue emendato dal Canonico Florido 
de Siluestris da Barbarano. Canto. 
(Tenore.) 2 pts. Per Andrea Fci, ad 

i7istama di G. D. Franzini : Bracciano, 
1642. 4". D. 157. 

LUPI (Gemignano Capi) See Capilupi. 



LUPUS (Joannes) See Morales (C.) and 
Lupus (J.) QuinqueMissarumHarmouia 
cum Quinque Yocibus quarum nomina 
subsequuntur . . .loanuis Luppi. Surrexit 
Pastor bonus. Veni sponsa Christi, etc. 
1565. obi. 4". A. 296. b, 

LUSCINIUS (Ottomarus) 
See Nachtgall (0.) 

LUSINGA. Lusinga del mio core. 

[Song.] See Idaspe. 

LUSINGHE. Lusinghe vezzo si di speme. 
[Song.] Sec Arminio. 

LUSITANO (ViNCENTio) 

Sec Vicente, Lusitano. 

LUSORIUM. The Lusorium ; Being a 
Collection of Convivial Songs, Lectures, 
&c. . . . with Music, Cuts, &c. &c. The 
Second Edition. [By W. O'Brien.] 
C. O'Brien : Stratford, 1783. 16". 

1079. i. 8. 

LUSSE (Charles de) Le Chevalier et la 
Fille du Berger. Romance Ancienne. 
(Paroles de M. D. La P****.) [Paris,] 

1705. s. sh. 8". 298. d. 30. 

Mercure de France, Dec, 1765. 
Pour nous faire un destin aimable. Duo 
Bacchique, etc. [Words] Par M. Laffichard. 
[Paris,] 1744. s. sh. 4°. 298. b. 24. 

Mercure de France, Feb., 1744. 
Le Tombeau de Laure, ou les Regrets de 
P^trarque, Romance, etc. [Paris,] 

1765. s. sh. 8". 298. d. 30. 

Mercure de France, Nov., 1765. 
See also L * * ( de) 

LUSSY ( ) See Du Lussy. 

LUSTIG (Jacob Wilhelm) Inleidiug tot 
de Muziekkmide ; Tweede Druk : in 
bevalliger vormen gegooten, etc. 
By Hindrik Vcchnerns, voor den Auteur : 
[Groningen,] 1771. 8". 1042. i. 17. 

Muzykaale Spraakkonst ; of Duidelyke 
Aanwyzing en Verkl.iariug van allerhande 
weetenswaardige dingen, die in de geheele 
Muzykaale Practyk tot eenen grondslag 
konnen verstrekken, etc. A. Olofsen : 

Amstcldam, 1754. 8°. 7897. f. 12. 

See Mahaut (A.) Maendelyks IMusikaels 
Tydverdryf , etc. (Verfolg van bet IMusikaels 
Tydverdryf, bestaande in Drie Stukjes . . . 
in 't Muzvk gebragt . . . door J. W. Lustig, 
etc.) (1751-2.) 4". F. 653, 

See Werckmeister (A.) Orgel-Proef, . . . 
uit het Hoogduitsche vertaald . . . door 
J. W. Lustig, etc. [1755.] 12". 

7899. aa. 7. 

LUSTIGE SCHUSTER. Der Lustige 
Schuster. Comische Oper. 
See HiLLER (J. A.) 

LUSTY. The Lusty Young Blacksmith. 
[Song.] See Leveridge (R.) 



74 



LUTE— LUTHER 



LUTE. The Lute of Lisette. 
See Bryan (M. A.) 



Canzonet. 



LUTHER (John Christian) A Set of 
Easy Familiar Introductory Lessons, cal- 
culated for the use of Young Performers 
on the Harpsichord or Piano Forte. 

Printed for the Author: London, 
[1780 ?] oU. fol. e. 284. a. (9.) 

A Favourite Set of Easy and Familiar 
Songs . . . The Words chiefly written by 
T. S. Dupuis. Sold by the Author : 

London, [1785?] fol. H. 2818. d. (6.) 

Eight Sonatas for the Harpsicord or 
Piano Forte, etc. Printed for the Author : 
London, [1780 ?] ohl. fol. e. 5. f. (7.) 

Two Sonatas for the Harpsichord or 
Piano-Forte, etc. G. Smart, fm- the 

Author : London, [1785 ?] oU. fol. 

e. 217. f. (3.) 

Eight Easy and Familiar Songs . . . The 
words chiefly written by T. S. Dupuis. 
[1800.] See Periodical Publications. — 
London. The Piano-Forte Magazine. 
Vol. XIII. [No. 1.] [1797-1802.] 8°. 

D. 854. 
See Bach (J. C.)— 3. b. Quartets.— Four 
Sonatas . . . adapted for the Harpsichord 
. . . with Accompaniment for a Violin, by 
J. C. Luther. [1785 ?] fol. h. 60. (2.) 

LUTHER (Martin) Deudsche Messe vnd 
ordnung Gottis diensts. Wittemberg. 
{Michael Lotter .•] Witte7nberg, 1526. 4°. 

K. 8. c. 10. 

24 leaves ; sig. A-F, loitliozit pagination. 

[Another edition.] Deutsche Messe vnd 
Ordnug Gotes diensts, zu Wittemberg, 
fiirgeuomen. 1526. [1526?] 4°. 

K. 8. e. 13. 

25 leaves, sig. A-G. This is probably a 
South German reprint. 

[Another edition.] Deudsche Messe vnd 
ordnung Gottes diensts, zu Wittemberg, 
fiirgenomen. [Wittemberg 7'] 1526. 4°. 

Gren. 11895. 

26 leaves ; sig. A-E in fours, F in two, 
G in four, ivithoxit pagination. The 
last leaf is blank. 

[Another edition.] Deudsche Messe vnd 
Ordnunge Gottes diensts. Wittemberg. 

Wolfgang Meyerpeck : Zwickaw, 
[1526?] 4°. K. 8. e. 11. 

24 leaves, sig. A-F, xvithoxU pagination. 

[Another edition.] Deudsche Messe vnd 
ordnunge Gottis diensts. Wittemberg. 
{Wittemberg 7 lb2&'>^ 4°. K. 8. e. 12. 
20 leaves ; sig. A-E, ivithout pagination, 

Geistliche Lieder zu Wittemberg, etc. 
[With a preface by M. Luther.] 1543. 8°. 
See Hymns. [Germaji.] 1220. b. 2. 



LUTHER (Martin) Geystliche Lieder. 
Mit eiuer newen vorrhede, D. Mart. Luth., 
etc. (Psalmen vnd Geistliche lieder, 
welche von fromcn Christen gemacht vnd 
zusamen gelesen sind.) 2 pts. Valentin 
Babst : Leipzig, 1545. 8°. 3437. e. 51. 
Wanting sig. E 1 of Part I. 

Enchiridion Geistlicher Lieder vnd 
Psalmen, durch D. Mart. Luth. vnd 
andere frome Christen, auffs newzugericht. 
J. Eichorn : Franckfiirt an der Oder, 
1556. 8°. 3425. e. 20. (1.) 

Geystliche Lieder. Mit einer newen 
Vorrede D. Mart. Luth., etc. (Psalmen 
vnnd Geistliche Lieder, welche von from- 
men Christen gemacht vnd zusamen 
gelesen sind. Auffs newe vbersehen, 
gebessert vnd gemehret.) 2 pts. 
Valentin Bapst : Leipzig , 1557 . 8". 

1221. b. 32. 
Geystliche Lieder. Mit einer newen 
Vorrede D. Mart. Luther, etc. (Psalmen 
vnnd Geystliche Lieder . . . AuSs newe 
vbersehen, gebessert vnd gemehret.) 2 pts. 
Gedruckt . . . durch Gabrielem Heyn : 
Niinnberg, 1558. 8". 1221. b. 33. 

Geystliche Lieder D. Martin Luthers, von 
newem zugericht, mit vil schonen Psalmen 
vnd Liedern gemehret, etc. Valentin 

Neivber: Niirnberg, 1510. 8". 

1221. b. 52. 

Gesangbiichlin von Psalmen, Kirchenge- 
sangeu, vnd Gaistlichen Lidern. D. Mar. 
Luthers. Auch viler anderer Gotseligen 
Leut : ... inn ain bekomlich Handbiich- 
lin zusamen geordnet, vnd aufs neu vber- 
sehen vnd gemehret. [Compiled by 
I. P. G. M., i.e. Johann Fischart genannt 
Mentzer.] Bci Bernhart Jobin : 

Strasburg, 1576. 8°. Case 25. b. 29. 
Neu-eingerichtetes Gesang-Buch, Herrn 
D. Martini Lutheri, und Anderer . . . 
Christen Gebrauchlicher Kirchen-Lieder, 
mit ihren Melodeien, unter Discant unci 
Basso. See Psalms. — German. Geis- 
treiches Gesang-Buch, an D. Coruelij 
Beckers Psalmen, etc. 1676. 4". 

3425. m. 18. 

Gesangbuch : Christlichen Psalmen, vnd 
Kirchen Lieder, D. Martini Lutheri, vnd 
anderer frommen Christen, etc. (Der 
Ander Theil : Die Gebreuchlichsten . . . 
Gesenge, D. Mart. Luth. vnd anderer 
frommen Christen, etc.) 2 pts. 
1594 (1593). 4°. Sec Fritzsch (M.) 

3435. g. 20. (2.) 
Neu-vermehrtes Gesang-Biichlein, Geist- 
reicher . . . Kirchen-Lieder, Herrn Doct. 
Martin Luthers und anderer Gottesgelehrt- 
en Manner, etc. 1716. Sec Psalms. 
[German.'] Des Koniglichen Propheten 
Davids . . . Psalmen . . . Zum dritten mal 
aufgelegt, etc. 1717. 12°. 

3425. bbb. 2. (1.) 



LUTHER— LYTTICH 



75 



LUTHER (Martin) D. Martin Luthcrs 
uud auderer Gottseliger Planner Geistliche 
Lieder und Psalmen, anjetzo noch mit 
Joachimi Neandri . . . Bundes-Liederu 
vermehret, auch mit denen nothigsten 
Melodeyenversehen,dc. 1757. 6'ee Psalms. 
[German.'] D. Ambrosius Lobwassers 
Psalmen Davids, etc. 1758, etc. S". 

3425. bbb. 31. 

Harmonia Cautionum Ecclesiasticarum. 
Kirchengescnge, vnd Geistliche Lieder, 
D. Lutheri vnd anderer frommen Chri.sten, 
etc. 1598. 8". See Calvisius (S.) 

A. 59. 

See Bkandaw (J. G.) Psalmodia Davidis 
in Templis Hassiacis usitata . . . darinneu 
alle Psalmen und Gesange D. INIartini 
Luthers und anderer Gottfiirchtige Christ- 
en in . . . zweystimmige partitur . . . 
bcfindlich, etc. 1675. 4". C. 108. 

See Cruegkr (-J.) Geistliche Kirchen- 
Melodien, Ubcr die von. . .D. Luthero. . . 
auffgesetzte Gcist- und Trost-reiche Ge- 
siinge und Psalmen, etc. 1619. 4". 

B. 114. d. 

See Gbueger (J.) Des Konigs . . . Davids 
Geistreiche Psalmen, nach Frantzosischen 
Melodien in Deutsche lleimen gebracht 
durch D. Ambrosium Lobwasser, denen 
auch des Hrn. D. Lutheri . . . Lieder und 
Psalmen beygefiiget, etc. 1700. 8". 

3425. bbb. 28. 

See Grueger (-J.) Praxis Pictatis ^lelica. 
Das ist : Ubung der Gottseligkeit in Christ- 
lichen . . . Gesangen . . . Martini Lutheri, 
etc. 1656. 12". 3438. ee. 62. 

Sec Crueger (J.) Psalmodia Sacra, Das 
ist : Des Koniges. . .Davids. . .Psalmen. . . 
Denen. . .des H. D. Lutheri. . .so wol alte 
als neue Lieder. . .beygefiiget, etc. 
1658. 8". B. 114. a. 

Sec Hymns. [German.] Yollstiiudige Kir- 
chen- und Haus-Music . . . Durch D. Martin 
Luthern, und andere. . .Manner gestellet, 
etc. [1720?] 8^ 3425. e. 24. 

Sec ScHEiN (J. H.) Cautional ... in 
welchem des Herrn D. ]\Iartini Lutheri . . . 
Lieder vnd Psalmen, etc. 1645. 8". 

B. 133. f. 

See VoPELius (G.) Neu Leipziger Gesang- 
buch...in welchem. . .des sel. Herrn D. 
Lutheri . . .Cxesange . . . zusammen getrag- 
eu, etc. 1682. 8". C. 5. 

See Walther (J.) Lob vnd preis, Der 
Himlischen Kunst Musica : jMit einer . . . 
Vorrede des. . .Doctoris ilartini Lutheri, 
etc. 1564. 4". 7899. aaa. 45. 

LUZZASCHI (LuzzASCo) Quinto Libro 
de' Madrigali a Cinque Voci, etc. Canto. 
(Tenore.) 2 pts. Appresso Vitforio 

Baldini : Ferrara, 1595. 4°. C. 225. a. 



LUZZASCHI (LuzzASCo) Secondo Scelta 
delli Madrigali a cinque voci dello Zascho 
Luzzaschi. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) 
(Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 pts. 

Appresso Gio. Giacomo Carlino : Najmli, 
1613. 4°. C. 225. 

LYNDON (.James) Six Solos for a Violin, 
and Thorough Bass, etc. Michael Broome : 
Birmingham, 1751. fol. f. 83. 

LYON (Thomas) Six Canzonets, for the 
Voice with an Accompaniment for the 
Harpsichord or Piano Forte, and a Glee 
for 4 Voices, etc. Pri)itcd for the Author : 
London, [1795 ?] fol. G. 358. (7.) 

LYRA BRITANNICA. Lyra Britan- 
nica. Songs. See Boyce (W.) 

LYRA DAVIDICA. Lyra Davidica : 
or, a Collection of Divine Songs and 
Hymns. Sec Hymns. [English.] 

LYRIC. The Lyric Test. [Song.] 
Sec DiBDix (C.) [The Sp>hinx.] 

LYRIC POEMS. Lyric Poems; being 

Twenty Four Songs (Never before Printed :) 

by the late Matthew Prior ; Set to Music 

by Several Eminent Masters. Printed for S. 

Harding : [London,] mi. fol. F. 1566. 

TJie composers named are : De Fesch, 

Smith, *** and C. B. 

LYS. Le lis par sa blancheur efface. Air. 

See MouRET (J. J.) [Zcjyhire ct Flore.] 

LYTTICH (-Johann) Applausus Musicus, 
(ex lib. Sap.) 8 Vocum harmonia donatus 
et houori . . . Dominorum Philosophisp, 
Candidat: . . .Cum ijsdem in . . . Academia 
Lipsensi. . .summus in Philosophiagradus 
25. die Januarij Anno 1610. . .Conferretur, 
etc. 4 pts. [Leipzig, 1610.] 4". B. 117. (2.) 

Braut Lied . . . zu Hochzeitlichen Ehren, 
. . . Johaunis Schneidern . . . vnd . . . 
Margarethfe, des . . . Herrn Lucas Bayers 
. . .Tochter. Mit acht Stimmencomponirt, 
etc. 4 pts. Gedruckt durch Valentin : 

[Leipzig,] 1610. 4». B. 117. (1.) 

Musicalische Streitkrantzlein : hiebevorn 

von den allerfiirtrefilichsten vnnd berhiim- 

testen Componiste in Welscher sprach . . . 

mit 6. Stimmen auffgesetzt, vnd dannen- 

hero Triumph! di Dori. . .genennet . . . 

niit . . . Teutschen Texten . . . auffgesetzt, 

vnd in Druck verfertiget, durch Johannem 

Lyttichium, etc. Cantus. (Tenor.) (Basis.) 

(Sexta Vox.) 4 pts. Gedruckt durch 

A. Wagemann, in verlegung D. Kauff- 

manns : Niirnberg, 1612. 4". B. 117."a. 

■This German version of the ' Trionfo di 

Dori ' does not contain the madrigals 

in the original by F. A)ierio, L. Balbi, 

L. Bertani, P. E. Bonini, G. Costa, 

G. Florio, G. G. Gastoldi, B. Giovan- 

elli, L. Lconi, Palestrina, C. Porta, 

A. Striggio and G. Zerto. 



76 



M— MA 



M. See Haydn (F. J.) [Sy))iphonies. B. 
& H. N" 53. Andante.] Je ne vous 
dirai pas. Romance du Fat Dupi . . . 
Accomp' par M. [1800 ?] fol. 

G. 547. (6.) 

M * * *, Comtessc dc. Six Romances, pour 
une voix, avec Accompagnoments de Forte 
Piano, etc. Printed for the Authoress : 

London, [1800?'] obi. lol E. 270. (19.) 

M* *, M. de. Je croyois trouver le bonheur. 
Air Nonveau. [Words] Par M. de C * * *. 
[Paris,] 1768. s. sh. 8". 297. e. 14. 

Mercure de France, March, 1768. 

M. . ., If'"". Sur le Mot Quatrc. Chanson 
sur le Nomhre Quatre, par M' H * * *. 
Musique de M'"° M. . . [Paris, 1780 ?] 8". 

B. 362. b. (28.) 

M., B. DE. Petite Brunette. Ariette. (Les 
paroles sont de M. de M.) 
[Paris,] 1724. s. sh. i". 297. a. 7. 

Mercure de France, April, 1724. 

M., F. The Constant Tarr. [Song.] 
[London, 1720 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (36.) 

M., F. X. A. Prototypon Longo-Breve 

Organicum, exhibens super Tonos figuratos 

. . .Fugas et Prseambula, etc. [By F. X. 

A. Murschhauser.] 2 pts. Sumtibus 

Wolfgangi Mauriiij Endteri : Noribergir, 

[1700.] o6^. fol. _ c, 24. 

r/tc composer's initials are given in a 

monogram on the title-page of the first 

part. 

M., J. The Budget. [Song.] [London, 

1780?] s.sh.tol. G. 306. (153.) 

A Set of Easy Lessons for the Harpsichord 
. . . Opera Trentesima Prima. [With a 
Preface signed : J.iM.] Printed for J. Hill : 
London, [1770 ?] obi. fol. e. 5. e. (5.) 

The New Somersetshire March, etc. [P. F.] 
. . . Compos* by J. M[athews]. Printed 
for J. Matheivs : Bath, 1797. fol. 

g. 133. (73.) 

M., L. See Union Villageoisb. Amis 
prenons nous par la main. Ronde . . . 
Avec Accompagncmeut de Guittare par 
L. M. [1793?] 8". B. 362. d. (13.) 

See Union Villageoise. Citoyens pour 
qui JG vais voir renaitre. Air . . . Avec 
Accompagncmeut de Guittare, par L. M., 
etc. [1793?] 8". B. 362. d. (13*.) 

M., M. Partition de Felix, ou I'Enfant 
Trouv^. Comddie en trois Actes, en Vers, 
et en Prose [by M. J. S^daiue] . . . Mise 
en Musique par M[onsieur] M[onsigny], 
etc. Chez M'- Bailkux : Paris, [1781.] fol. 

G. 288. a. 



M., R. Medulla Musicae ; Being a Choice 
Collection of Airs . . . Extracted from the 
Works of . . . Corelli, Bomporti, Torelli, 
Tibaldi, Albinoni, Bononcini, Pepusch, 
S' Helenc &c. In two Volumes, Treble & 
Bass. The Bass Figur'd for the Harpsi- 
chord . . . CoUigit R. M. Philomusicus. 
Clucr : London, [1727 ?] 8". c. 25. 

TJie following composers arc also named : 
Masciti, Purccll and Scarlatti. 

M., T. Will you come to the Bow'r. A 
. . . New Song with an Accompaniment 
for the Piano Forte. Written and com- 
posed by T[homas] M[oore] Esq. 
Hime : Dublin, [1798.] fol. G. 356. (3.) 
See Psalms. [English.] The Whole 
Book of Psalms . . . : with the Singing 
Notes . . . Set to every Syllable, etc. [With 
a Dedication signed T. M.] 1688. 12". 

3433. b. 22. 

MA. Ma Barque legere. Ariette. 
See RosiERB di Salenci. 
Ma belle avec un air severe. Couplets a 
ma Belle. Air: des Deux Jumeaux, La 
Foy que vous m'avez promise. [By M. A. 
Desaugiers. Words] Par M. Baudier. 

Chez les Fr^res Savigmj : 
Paris, 1782.] 8". B. 362. b. (148.) 
Ma belle Coquette. Song. Sec Hook (J.) 
Ma charmante petit[e] fiUe. Ballad. 
See Moulds (J.) 

Ma chere Amie. Song. See Hook (J.) 
Ma chere Ursule. Le Scrupule. [Song.] 
Parodie de I'Air Italien, Cola sul Prati- 
cello. [Paris, 1760 ?] 8°. 640. e. 22. (6.) 
Ma femme te paroit aymable. Chanson. 
See Feemeaux ( ) 
Ma fiUe avec componction. Le Mia Culpa. 
[Song.] Air : du Confiteor. 
[Paris, 1780 ?] 8". B. 362. c. (29.) 

Ma fille, je vais vous punir. La Pleureuse. 
[Song.] Avec Accomp' do Guitare par 
Alberti. Chez M. Camand : 

Paris, [1785?] 8°. B. 362. g. (15.) 

Ma foi, c'est agir sans faijon. Duo. 
See Nicodeme dans la Lune. 
Ma foi ! vive Marseille. Chanson Nou- 
velle. [Paris, 1780 ?] 8°. 

B. 362. a. (80.) 
Ma foy 1 si Diamantine. Couplets. 
See GiLLiER (J. C.) [La Princesse da la 
Chine.'] 

Ma mere je viens devant vous. La Ten- 
dresse rejetti>e. Couplets Dialogues. Air 
de Lise [fut voir uu M(5decin]. 
[Paris, 1790 ?] 8". B. 362. c. (30.) 

Ma raison veut que je me vauge. Air. 
See Gouet ( ) 



MAASMANN— MACKINTOSH 



77 



MAASMAJfl'N (Alexa>'DEb) A Compleat 
Suite of Lessons for the Harpsicord, as 
Overture, Allemand, Saraband, Corant, 
Gavott, Chacoon, Jigg & Minuett, etc. 

Printed for I. Walsh and I. Hare : 
London, [1708?] fol. g. 16. 

MACARONI. The ilacaroni. [Song.] 
See Ye. Ye Bell's and Beau's of London 
Town. [1775?] s.sli.iol. 0.316.(167.) 

MACBETH. Einige Hexenscenen aus 
. . . Macbeth. Sec Reichaedt (J. F.) 

MAC DONALD (Malcolm) A Second 
Collection of Strathspey Reels, &c. with a 
Bass for the Violoncello, or Harpsichord. 

Printed for the Author: 
Edinburgh, [1789.] fol. g. 229. a. (2.) 

MACDONALD (Patrick) A Collection 
of Highland Vocal Airs ... To which are 
added a few . . . Country Dances or Reels 
of the Northern Highlands, & Western 
Isles : and some Specimens of Bagpipe 
INIusic, etc. Printed for the Publisher : 

Edinburgh, [1784.] fol. h. 726. i. (15.) 

MACE (Denis) Recueil des Chansons a 
Danser et a Boire de D. Mace, etc. 
Sec Chansons.— 2. — Recueil de Differens 
Livres de Chansons pour Boire et pour 
Danser. Livr. in. 1699. 8". 

A. 428. (3.) 

MACE (Thomas) Musick's Monument; 
or, a Remembrancer of the Best Practical 
Musick, both Divine and Civil . . . Divided 
into Three Parts, etc. T. Ratcliffc and 
N. Thompson, for the Author : London, 
1676. fol. 785. 1. 24. 

MACG. (J.) The Strathspey Fencibles 
March, etc. [P. F.] N. Stewart d Co. : 
Edinburgh, [1795?] fol. g. 272. z. (14.) 

MAC GIBBON (William) A Collection 
of Scots Tunes for the Violin or German- 
Flute and a Bass for the Violoncello or 
Harpsichord . . . With some Additions by 
R. Bremner. Book i(-iv). B. Bremncr : 
London, [1770 ?] ohl. 4". b. 66. 

A Collection of Scots Tunes. Some with 
Variations for a Violin Hautboy or Ger- 
man Flute. With a Bass for a Violincello 
or Harpsichord. 3 bks. N. Stcicart : 

Edinburgh, [1195 7] obi. iol. e. 343. (1.) 
Six Sonatas for two German Flutes. 

Printed for J. Simjjson : 
London, [1745 ?] 8». e. 463. 

MAC GIBBON (William) and OS- 
WALD (James) A Favourite Collection 
of Scots Tunes & Highland Airs for the 
Violin or German Flute. With a Bass 
for the Violoncello or Harpsichord. By 
W. MacGibbon, J. Oswald & Others. 
Book 1st. MS. NOTE [by A. Moffat]. 2 pts. 
A. Mc. Goun : Glasgoio, [1795.] obi. 4°. 

b. 66. a. 



MAC GLASHAN (Alexander) A Col- 
lection of Reels, consisting chiefly of 
Strathspeys, Athole Reels, &c., with a 
Bass for the Violoncello or Harpsichord. 
N. Stewart : Edinburgh, [1781.] obi. fol. 

e. 265. (3.) 
[Another edition.] A Collection of Reels, 
consisting chiefly of Strathspeys, Athole 
Reels, etc. N. Stewart & Co. : 

Edinburgh, [1795?] obi. iol. 

e. 265. a. (2.) 
A Collection of Scots Measures Hornpipes 
Jigs Allemands Cotillons and . . . Country 
Dances. With a Bass for the Violoncello 
or Harpsichord. N. Stewart for the 

Publisher: Edinbitrgh, [1118.] obi. iol. 

e. 265. (2.) 
A Collection of Strathspey Reels, with a 
Bass for the Violoncello or Harpsichord. 

N. Stewart, for A. JWGlashan : 
Edinburgh, [1778.] obi. fol. e. 265. (1.) 

[Another edition.] A Collection of Strath- 
spey Reels, c?c. N. Stewart : Edinburgh, 
[1795 ?] obi. fol. e. 265. a. (1.) 

MAC INTOSH (^NIary) Six Easy Airs 
calculated for the Voice and Harpsichord 
or Piano Forte. Printed for the 

Aicthoress: [London, 1790?] fol. 

G. 296. (30.) 
[Another copy.] H. 2831. h. (17.) 

MACKENZIE (Joseph) Be calm my 
Soul, a Canzonet, with an Accompani- 
ment for the Piano Forte. E. Pdley, 
for the Author: London, [1800?] fol. 

G. 798. (31.) 
MAC KERRELL (John) The Circle. A 
favorite Song. Longman & Broderip, 

fur the Author: London, [1795?] fol. 

G. 366. (26.) 
A Familiar Introduction to the First 
Principles of ]\Iusic, to which is added 
Twenty-Four Progressive Lessons ... on 
the Harpsichord or Piano Forte. Opera ll"*. 
Longman, Clementi & Co., for the 
Author: [London, 1800?] oW. fol. 

e. 140. (5.) 
Three Sonatas for the Harpsichord or 
Piano Forte. . .Opera Prima. J. Preston, 
for the Author : [London, 1785?] fol. 

h. 820. 
The title-page is signed by the composer. 

MACKINTOSH (Robert) Captain 
O'Kaine. A Favourite Irish Air, with 
Variations for the Piano Forte, etc. 
J.Hamilton: Edinburgh, [1800 ?] fol. 

g. 139. (32.) 

Lady Charlotte Campbells Reel . . . Ar- 
ranged as a Rondo by L. Jansen. [P. F.] 
J. & H. Cauljield : London, [1800 ?] fol. 

h. 1480. X. (14.) 

[Another copy.] g. 140. (37.) 



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MACKINTOSH— MADAM 



MACKINTOSH (Robert) Lord Kelly's 
Strathspey. With Variations for the 
Piano-Forte or Harp, etc. J. Hamilton : 
Edinburgh, [ISOO?] fol. g. 139. (31.) 
Sixty eight New Reels, Strathspeys and 
Quicksteps. Also some slow Pieces with 
variations for the Violin & Piano Forte, 
with a Bass for the Violoncello or Harp- 
sichord, etc. Printed foi- the Author : 
Edinburgh, [1792.] fol. g. 229. (3.) 
A 3* Book of Sixty eight New Reels and 
Strathspeys. Also above forty old Famous 
Reels for the Violin and Piano Forte, 
with a Bass for the A^ioloncello or Harpsi- 
chord. Compiled and composed by R. 
Mackintosh, etc. Printed for the Author : 
Edinburgh, [1793.] fol. g. 229. (4.) 

MACKLEAN (Charles) See INIacLean. 

MAC LEAN (Charles) A Collection of 
Favourite Scots Tunes with Variations 
for the Violin &c. and a Bass for the 
Violoncello & Harpsichord. By the Late 
Mr. C. McLean and other Eminent 
Masters. Pri7ited by N. Stewart : 

Edinburgh, [1770?] obi. fol. 

e. 343. (2.) 

Twelve Solo's or Sonatas for a Violin and 
Violoncello, with a Thorough Bass for the 
Harpsichord . . . Opera Prima. 

E. Cooper, for the Author : Edinburgh, 

1737. fol. g. 683. 

MAC LEAN (J.) The Bagshot Quick 

March, etc. [Full Score and Harpsichord.] 

Longman and Broderip : London, 
[1795?] fol. h. 3213. k. (9.) 

[Another copy.] g. 133. (40.) 

The Bagshot Slow March, etc. [Full 
Score and Harpsichord.] 

Longman and Broderip : London, 
[1795?] fol. h. 1568. b. (10.) 

[Another copy.] g. 133. (41.) 

The Brighton Camp March, etc. [Full 
Score and Harpsichord.] 

Longman and Broderip) : London, 
[1795?] fol. g. 133. (42.) 

The Brighton Camp Quick March, etc. 
[Full Score and Harpsichord.] 

Longman and Broderip : London, 
[1795 ?] fol. g. 133. (43.) 

MACPHERSON (James) 

See Gray (T. B.) McPherson's Collection 
of Ancient ]\Iusic, in the Poems & 
Songs of Ossian . . . Adapted by T. B. 
Gray, dc. [1800?] fol. G. 376. (60.) 

MACQUE (Giovanni di) 
See Macque (J. de) 

MACQUE (Jean de) Di Giovanni de 
Macque II Secondo Libro de IMadrigali 
a Sei Voci, nouamente composti & dati in 
luce. Quinto. Appresso 

Anqelo Gardano : Venctia, 1589. obi. 4". 

A. 276. 



MACQUE (-Jean de) Di Giovanni de 
iSIacque ... II Terzo Libro de Madrigali a 
quattro Voci. Alto. 

Nella Stampa di G. B. Gargano, d 
L. Nucci : Napoli, [1610.] 4". C. 289. 

MAC VITY (John) Select Psalm and 
Hymn Tunes, adapted to the Use of 
Public Congregations and Private Fami- 
lies . . . The Second Edition . . . Enlarged 
and improved. George Bonham : Dublin, 
1787. obi. 4°. A. 1046. 

MAD. Mad Bess. [Song.] 

See Purcell (H.) 

The Mad Family. [Song.] See There. 

There was a Mad Man, etc. 

[1780?] s.s/i. fol. G-. 312. (193.) 

IMad Loons of Albany. Song. 

Sec Corbett (W.) 

The Mad Lover. [Song, begins : ' I love 

to madness.'] See De la Sale ( ) 

The Mad Lover. [Song, begins : ' What 

if I'm mad.'] See Dibdin (C.) [The 

General Election.] 

Mad Maudlin. Song. See To. To find 

my Tom of Bedlam, etc. [1790 ?] fol. 

G. 800. m. (57.) 

Mad Peg. [Song.] See Dibdin (C.) 

[Will of the Wisp.] 

Mad Tom. [Song, begins: 'In my tri- 
umphant Chariot hurl'd.'] 

See Hayden (G.) 

Mad Tom. Song. [Begins: ' Forth from 

my dark and dismal cell.'] 

See Purcell (H.) [Doubtful and Spuri- 
ous Works.] 

Mad with the Plunder of the World. 

British Blood ; a National Song, by the 

Author of the Tipling Deities [T. Combe]. 

Goulding : London, [1799 ?] fol. 

G. 376. (55.) 
MAD LOVER. Ah how lovely sweet 

and dear. A Song in tJic Mad Lover. 

[Words by P. A. Motteaux, music by J. 

Eccles.] [London, 1715 ?] fol. 

G. 304. (117.) 
In John Eccles' ' Collection of Songs,' 
p. 115, this song is given as part of ' A 
Dialogue betioeen Acis and Galatea.' 

Proud Woman I scorn you. A Dialogue 

in the Mad Lover, between Mr. Bowman 

and Mr. Dogget in Women's Cloaths. 

[Words by P. A. Motteux, music by J. 

Eccles.] [London, 1701 ?] fol. 

H. 1601. (361.) 

The Mad Lover. [Opera.] 

See Eccles (J.) 

MADAM. Madam, as you did me the 
Honour. Mr. Decamp's Letter and im- 

promtu Verses to my Lady . [Song.] 

[London, 1720 ?] fol. G. 316. g. (42.) 
Madam Ime just come from Colledge. 
Dialogue. See Manley ( ) 



MADAM— MADRIGALS 



79 



MADAM. Madam, old Homer. Song. 
See CoRELLi (A.) [Sonate da Camera. 
Op. 2. No. 11. Giga.] 

MADAM VANDERCROUT. iladam 
Vandercrout. [Soug.] See Dibdin (C.) 
[Tom Wilkins.] 

MADAME VETO. Madam Veto avait 
promis. La Carmagyiole des Iloijalistes. 
[Song.] Chez le Citoyen Imbault : 

Paris, [1793 ?] 8". B. 362. a. (14.) 

MAD AN" (aiAETiN) A Collection of Psalm 
and Hymn Tunes, etc. [For the use of 
the Chapel of the Lock Hospital. Edited, 
with a dedication signed by M. Madan.] 
ILondon, 1769.] obi. fol. E. 1429. 

T]ie composers are indicated by initials 

only. They are: M. M[adan] ; F. 

[Giardini] ; W. B. ; F. E. ; J. B. ; 

J. W{prgan]; I. B. ; D'- H. ; C. 

B[urney] ; M. V{_ento'] ; I. W. ; T. H. ; 

C.L[ockhart]; W.I.; S.A[rnold]and 

F. A[lessandri]. 

A new, and improved Edition of the 
Collection of Psalm and Hymn Tunes 
sung at the Chapel of the Lock Ho.:-iiial, 
with considerable additions. 

Printed for the Benefit of the Charity : 
London, [1792.] obi. fol. E. 1429. a. 

A Sonata for the Harpsichord or Piano 
Forte, etc. H. Holland : London, 

[1895?] fol. g. 272. w. (15.) 

The Spacious Firmament on high. 
[Hymn, written by] Mr. Addison. 
[London, 111 b'>] fol. G. 295. (11.) 

See Jesu. Jesu, Lover of My Soul, etc. 
[Music by M. Madan.] [1776.] 8\ 

P.P. 716. b. 
See Salvation. Salvation ! the joyful 
Sound, etc. [Tune ascribed to M. Madan.] 
[1774.] 8°. P.P. 716. b. 

MADELON. Madelon gardant son trou- 
peau. Le Mai d' Amour. [Song.] Air : 
Chantez, dansez [by A. E. M. Gr^try]. 
[Paris, 1780?] 8». B. 362. (170.) 

MADLSEDER (Nonnosus) Miserere V. 
et Stabat Mater I. pro Tempore Quadra- 
gesimali a 4. Vocibus ordinariis, Violinis 
duobus, Viola obligata, Clarinis, Cornibus, 
& tribus Trombis ad libitum, cum duplici 
Basso. . .Opus III. [Separate Parts.] 

Sumptibiis Matthxi Rieger d Filiorum : 
Augustse Vindelicorum, 1768. fol. 

G. 914. a. 
OSertoria XV. Solemnia de Festis Sanc- 
toriun in Communi a Quatuor Vocibus 
ordinariis, Violinis duobus obligatis, Viola 
obligata, Clarinis vel Cornibus ad libitum, 
cum duplici Basso . . . Opus ii. fSpparate 
Parts.] 

Sumptibus Matthxi Rieger & Filiorum : 
Augiistx Vindclicortcm, 1767. fol. 

G. 914. b. 



MADLSEDER (Nonnosus) Ofiertoria 
XV. pro Priucipalioribus Festivitatibus 
Domini a Quatuor Vocibus ordinariis, 
Violinis duobus obligatis, Viola obligata, 
Clarinis vel Cornibus ad libitum, cum 
duplici Basso . . . Opus i. [Separate 
Parts.] Sumptibus Matthmi Rieger : 

Augustie Vindelicorujn, 1765. fol. 

G. 914. 
Wanti7ig the 1st Trumpet part. 



[Arranged chronologi- 



MADRIGALS. 

cally.] 

[For anonymous collections published 
under a distinctive heading, e.g., ' Amorosi 
Ardori,' ' Dolci AfEetti' :] See under the 
heading required. 

II Secondo Libro de li Madrigali de 

Diversi Ecclentissimi Autori a misura di 

Breve novamente stampato. A Quattro 

Voci. Bassus. Apud Antonium Gardane : 

Venetijs, 1543. obi. 4". A. 277. d. 

This collection contains CMnpiositions by 

Archadelt, Alfonso, Lamberto, Cor- 

teggia, J. Gero, and C. Fcsta. 

II Vero Terzo Libro di Sladrigali de 

Diuersi Autori a note uegre, Composti da 

Eccellentissimi ]\Iusici, con la canzon di 

cald' arrost, nouamente dato in luce. A 

Quatro Voci. Tenor. 

Apprcsso Antonio Gardane : Venetia, 
1549. obi. i\ A. 277. g. 

This collection contains compositions by 
Archadelt, H. Scaffen, I. Gero, Yuo, 
Cimello, II Conte, Tiberio Fabrianese, 
Anselmo de Reulx, Adriano, C. Fcsta, 
V. Ferro, G. Nasco, V. Ruffo, I. 
Contino, Pcrissone and lagues de 
Ponte. 
II Primo Libro de Madrigali, a Quatro 
Voci. De Diuersi Autori. A notte negre. 
Con la Giouta di Quatro Madrigali, Noua- 
mente Ristampato, &...coretto. Tenor. 
(Bassus.) 2 pts. [Girolamo Scoto : 

Vinegia,] 1558. obi. 4". A. 277. a. 

The composers named in this collection 
are: Jachet Berchem, C. Festa, F. 
Rosello, Ubert Naich, Archadelt, An- 
selmo de Reulx, Yvo, Ferabosco, 
laques de Ponte, Adriano [Willaert], 
Jaqices Buus, P. Brachario, Verdelot 
and C. Porta. 
Madrigali a Cinque Voci, Nouamente 
posti in luce. [By Guglielmo Gonzaga, 
Duke of Mantua.] Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) 
(Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 pts. 

A2)X>resso Angelo Gardano : Venetia, 
1583. obi. 4». K. 3. g. 8. 

De Floridi Virtuosi d' Italia. II Terzo Libro 
de IMadrigali a Cinque Voci, etc. [With a 
dedication by G. Vincenzi.] Quinto. 

Presso G. Vincenzi, d R. Amadino, 

compagni : Venetia, 1586. 4°. C. 123. 

Tlie composers najned in this collection 

are : G. A. Dragoni, G. M. Nanino, 



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MADRIGALS 



A. Zoilo, N. Parma, G. Belli, 0. 
Vccchi, A. Striggio, H. Sabitio, B. 
Pallavicino, F. Anerio, M. Carrara, 
D. Micheli, G. P. L. Palestrina, A. 
Griffi., P. Masenclli, A. Coma, B. Spon- 
ton, G. B. Mascaglia and C. Accelli. 

JNIadrigali a Otto Voci. De Diuersi Eccel- 
lenti et Famosi Autori. Con alcuni Dia- 
loghi, & Echo, per Cantar & Sonar a Due 
Chori. Nouamente Kaccolti & dati in 
luce. [With a dedication by Pietro 
Phalesio.] Tenore. Appresso Pietro 

Phalesio : Anuersa, 1596. obi. 4°. 

A. 234. 
TJie composers of this collection are : 

Andrea Gabricli, A. Striggio, G. 

Gabrieli, C. Verdonch, G. G. Gastoldi, 

F. di Monte, G. M. Nanino, R. 
Giovanclli, H. Vecchi, J. Corsini, C. 
Porta, Claudio Correggio, 0. Lasso, 
Giulio Eremita, M. A. Ingcgneri, P. 
Philippi, Alfonso Preti, F. A7icrio, L. 
Mareuzio, Hippolito Sabino and 
Cesare Carlctti. 

IMadrigali a Tre Voci de Diversi Eccellen- 
tissimi Autori. Nouamente con ogni 
diligenza ristampati. Libro Primo. Basso. 
Appresso Angela Gardano : Venetia, 
1597. obi. 4°. A. 277. f. 

The composers of this collection are: A. 
Willaert, C. Bore, Lupacchino, I. Gcro, 

G. Nasco, — Olivier, Ayiimuccia, — Na- 
dale, V. Buffo, B. Donato, G. Bcrchcm, 
V. Ferri, H. GhibelU, F. Portinaro and 
Archadelt. 

De Floridi Virtuosi d' Italia Madrigali a 
Cinque Voci ridotti in un Corpo. Nuoua- 
mente. . .Stampati & seguendo 1' ordine de 
suoi Toni posti in Luce. [With a dedi- 
cation by Pietro Phalesio.] Tenore. 
(Basso.) 2 pts. Appresso Pietro 

Phalesio: Anuersa, 1600. obi. 4°. A. 233. 
The verso of the last leaf of the Basso 
contains a French song in MS. The 
composers of this collection are : G. M. 
Nanino, O. Vecchi, A. Orologio, P. 
Masnelli, A. Zoilo, V, Bell'haver, 
L. Bertani, N. Pcruve, N. Parma, 
A. Coma-, B. Palavicino, C. Verdonch, 
G. Palestina, B. Mosto, G. Gabrielli, 

C. Accelli, H. Baccusi, G. P. L. Pre- 
nestini, B. Sponton, G. Cavaccio, M. 
Cararra, J. Massaino, O. Griffi, 

F. Anerio, A. Striggio, H. Sabino, G. 
Belli, G. A. Dragoni, G. de Macque, 

G. Bassano, G. Eremita, G. B. Mos- 
caglia, G. B. Mosto, L. Marenzio and 

D. Micheli. 

Ghirlauda di Madrigali a Sei Voci, di 
Diuersi Eccellentissimi Autori de nostri 
Tempi. Raccolta di Giardini di Fiori 
odoriferi Musicali, etc. [With a dedica- 



tion by Pietro Phalesio.] Canto. (Alto.) 
(Tenore.) (Basso.) 4 pts. Appresso 

Pietro Phalesio : A^mcrsa, 1001. obi. i". 

A. 232. 
TJie composers of this collection are : II. 
Sabino, G. Croce, P. Vinci, G. 
Eremita, C. Carletti, G. P. Sxueling, 
C. Za7iotti, G. Cavaccio, L. Bertani, 
P. Virchi, C. Verdonch, L. Marenzio, 
0. Tigrini, G. Guami, P. Vecoli, B. 
Palavicino, P. Philippi, H. Baccusi, 
C. Malvegis, Rinalde del Mclle, G. G. 
Gastoldi, F. de Monte, A. Coma, L. 
Bali and A. Ferabosco. 

II Primo Libro de Madrigali. Senza 
Nome. A Cinque Voci. Nouamente Ris- 
tampato. [By A. Fontanelli. With a 
preface by 0. Vecchi.] Canto. (Basso.) 
2 pts. Afipresso Angelo Gardono : 

Venetia, 1G03. 4". C. 123. a. 

The composer's name appears in the 
signature. 

Madrigali a Cinque Voci. Libro Primo 

(-Quarto). Nouamente Ristampato. [By 

Carlo Gesualdo, Prince of Venosa. Books 

I. and II. with dedications by S. Stella, 

Books III. and IV. by H. Gesualdo.] Canto. 

(Alto.) (Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 pts. 

Appresso Angelo Gardano, d Fratelli : 

Venetia, (1603-)1607. 4°. D. 232. 

Book I. is dated 1607 ; Books II. and III., 

1603; Book IV., 1604. The printer 

of Books II.-IV. is Angelo Gardano. 

Madrigali a Cinque Voci. [By Carlo 
Gesualdo, Prince of Venosa. Book 11. , 
Edited by Scipione Stella.] Tenore. 
(Quinto.) 2 pts. Stampato in Ferrara, 
ct ristampato in Napoli, Per Costantino 
Vitale. Ad istanza di Stefano Colacurcio, 
1604. 4°. D. 232. a. 

Madrigali Pastorali a Sei Voci descritti da 
Diuersi et posti in Musica da altri tanti 
Auttori di nouo stampati. Tenore. 

Appresso Pietro Phalesio : Anuersa, 
1604. obi. 4°. A. 277. e. 

Tlie composers named in this collec- 
tion are : A. Striggio, B. Pallavicino, 
O. Lasso, G. B. Mosto, A. Rota, 
G. Florio, H. Baccusio, H. Vecchi, 
C. Porta, G. M. Nanino, G. Cavaccio, 
B. Spontone, L. Balbi, L. Bertani, M. 
A. Ingegneri, L. Leoni, C. Zanotti, 
G. Croce, S. Felio, P. A. Bonini and 
G. Wert. 

Two Favorite IMadrigals for Three Voices. 
1". Jack & Jill went up a Hill. 2". 
There was a Little Man & he wood a 
Little Maid. A. Bland ct Wcller : 

London, [1795 ?] fol. G. 808. g. (22.) 

Madrigali Ariosi a Quattro Voci. [For 
editions of this series, also published as 
Le Muse :] See Muse. 



MADROUX— MAGPIE 



81 



Die ^laeiiuei taugeu all' 



MADROUX ( ) Buvons, amis, a tasse 
pleiue. Chanson, etc. [Words] Par uu 
Bourgeois de ]Montmartre. 
[Paris,'] 1765. s. sh. 8". 298. d. 29. 

Mcrcurc de France, Oct., 1765. 

MAECHTIGSTER. Machtigster, Hei- 
ligster. Kautate. See Mozakt (W. A.) 

MAEDCHEN". Das IMaedchen au ihren 
Geliebten. [Soug.] See Hueka (F. F.) 

Die ^liidcheu die Lieb' uud der Wein. 
Ariette. Sec ^Muellkr (W.) [Die Zau- 
bcrzitter.l 

MAENNER 

uicht vicl. Polouoise 

See EuLE (C. D.) [Der Unsichtbare.] 

MAESTRINO (Nicolo) See Mestrixo. 

MAGALANICUS (Philippus) Cantum 
Ecclesiasticum Prajcibus apud Deum 
Animas juvaudi, corporaque bumandi 
Defmictorum Otticium. . .juxta Breviarij, 
Missalisque Komani novissimam recog- 
uitioiiem. Coiificiebat Philippus iMaga- 
lauicus . . . Nuuc denuo in hac postuma 
editione U mendis. . .castigatum, etc. 

Apud Henricum Aertssens : Anttierpix, 
1691. 4". 3356. bb. 5. 

D. 449. 

D. 449. a. 



[Another copy.] 
[Another copy.] 



MAGALHAENS (Felipe de) 
See JIagalamcus. 

MAGAZIN DES MODERNES. Le 

Magaziu des Modernes, Opora-Comique 
en un Actc. [Written] Par M. Pauard, 
etc. 1758. Sec Theatre. Nouveau 
Theatre de la Foire, etc. Tom. i. 
1763. 8°. 11735. d. 2. 

MAGGIE LAWDER. :\Iaggie Lawder, 
with Variations for the Harpsichord or 
Piano Forte, etc. C. d S. Thompson : 

London, [mo?] fol. g. 442. j. (29.) 

MAGIC CAVERN. The IMagic Cavern. 
Entertainment. See Shield (W.) 

MAGIC CESTUS. Old England to thy- 
self be true. Sailor's Song at the Rock 
of Gibraltar, sung. . .in the Entertainment 
of the Magic Cestus. 

Longman tC Broderip : London, 
[1781.] fol. G. 383. i. (2.) 

MAGIC OAK. The Magic Oak, or Harle- 
quin Woodcutter. [Pantomime.] 
See Attwood (T.) 

MAGICIAN. The IMagician. [Panto- 
mime.] Sri: Harlequin Director. 

MAGICIAN NO CONJUROR. The 

Magician no Conjuror. Comic Opera. 
See Mazzinghi (J.) 
VOL. II. 



MAGIUS(HiERONYMUs) Hieronymi Magii 
. . . De Tiutiunabulis Liber Postumus. 
Franciscus Sweertius. . .Notis illustrabat. 
Editio uovissima, aucta, emendata, & 
tiguris . . . exornata. 

Sumptibus Andrea} Frisii : Ainstelodami, 
1661. 12". 1042. a. 5. 



JIagnanimity. 
lA Tour to the 



[Soug.] 



MAGNANIMITY. 

[Song.] Sec DiBuiN (C.) 
Land's End.] 

MAGNANT (Peter) The Advice 
[London, 1750?] s. sli. fol. 

G. 316. e. (87.) 

[For other editions published anony- 

j mously :] See LIan. Man on Creation, etc. 

On Jenny Benson, etc. [Song.] 
[Loiidon, 1757.] 8°. P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. XX., p. 223. 
The other Day young Strephon met. A 
New Song, etc. \ London, 

1750?] s.sh.iol. G. 303. (63.) 

[For other editions published anony- 
mously :j Sec Other. 

M AGNETISME. Le Maguetisme regnera. 
[Song.] See DocTEVRS Modernes. 

MAGNIFICAT. Octo Cantica Diu* 
Mariic Virginis, quae vulgo Manilicat 
[sic] appellantur, secundum singulos octo 
tonorummodos, singula qua ternis vocibus, 
& simplici, propequse syllabico concentu 
contexta. His accesserunt, Responsoria 
ad prefationes Misse. Versus, salutaris 
hostia. Symbolum Constautinopolita- 
num. . .Psalmi, In exitu, & De profundis. 
Canticum Zacarie. . .Canticum Simeonis 
...& Canticum D. D"'""' Ambrosij. . .Sin- 
gula quoque vocibus quaternis, & pari 
syllabici coucentus modulatione confecta. 
Tenor. Aj^ud Adrianum le. lioij, it 

llobertum Ballard: Lutctue Parisiorum, 
1584. 4". D. 20. f. (5.) 

TJie composers named in this collection 

are : Claude de Serinisi and Di. Le 

Blanc. 

MAGNIFIQUE. Le Magnifique. Come- 
dio. See CtRetry (A. E. 'SI.) 

MAGO AND DAGO. The Overture 
"from Grcty's ' Kvenements Imprevus'], 
Songs &c in the . . . Entertainment of 
Mago and Dago. . .The New Airs com- 
posed by D"" Aylward, M' Atterburv, IM"' 
Spofforth, M^ Howard, and M^ Shield, the 
rest compiled by T. Goodwin. rWords by 
M. Lonsdale.] Preston it Son : 

London, [1791.] fol. H. 129. (10.) 

This pasticcio also confaiiis music by 
W. Reeve. 

MAGPIE. The Magpye. [Song.] 
See Good. Good people draw near, etc. 
[1780 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 308. (33.) 

G 



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MAHAUT— MAID 



MAHAUT (Amon) Macudulyks Musi- 
kaels Tydvcrdryf; bestacndc in Nieuwe 
HoUandschc CauzQnettcii of Zaiig- 
Ijiedcreii op d' Italiaensche traiit iu 't 
Musiek gebragt : mot eeu Basso Contiuuo. 
Meede zeer bckwaem om op de Clavo- 
Cimbael, Viool, Dwars-fiuit, Hoboo en 
andere Instrumenteu gespeelt te worden, 
iu digtmaat door K. Elzevier. (Verfolg 
vau het Musikaels Tydverdryf, bestaaudo 
ill Drie Stukjes. . .in 't Muzyk gebragt. . . 
door Jacob Wilhelm Lustig, etc.) 12 pts. 
Bii A. Olofscn: Amsterdam, (1151-2.) 4". 

F. 653. 
VI. Sonata a Flauto Traversiere Solo o 



Basso. . .Opera Prima. 



G. F. Witvoqel : 
Amsterdam, [1740?] fol. g. 71. e. (10.) 

Six Sonatas or Duets for Two German 

Flutes or Violins, etc. 

I. Walsh : London, [1760.] 

MAHMOUD. Overture, 
Storacc.] [Londoti, 1797.] 



Printed for 
fol. g. 464. 

etc. [By S. 
obi. fol. 
e. 104. (16.) 
Mahmoud. Opera. Sec Storage (S.) 
MAHO (Antonio) Sec Mahaut. 

MAHON (John) Hope thou cheerful Ray 
of Light. A Favorite Song introduced 
by Mrs. Second in the Opera of The Wood- 
man, etc. Longman and Broderip : 
Lmdon, [1796.] fol. G. 250. (28.) 

MAICHELBEK (Fkanz Anton) Die 
auf dcm Clavier lehrende Ctecilia, welche 
guten Unterricht ertheilet, wie man nicht 
allein im Partitur-Schlagen mit 3. und 4. 
Stimmen spielen, sondern auch, wie man 
aus der Partitur Schlag-Stiick verferti- 
gen, und allerhand Liiuff erfinden kunne. 
Darneben auch die lleglen zum com- 
poniren. . .mit Beyfiigungvieler Exempeln 
...in Drey Theil abgetheilet. . .Opus ii. 
(Der auf dem Clavier lehrenden Ccecilia 
Dritter Theil, etc.) 3 pts. J. J. Latter : 
Augsburg, 1738. obi. fol. d. 174. 

MAID. The Maid I love. Song. 

See Pleyel (I. J.) [Mij little hlithsom 

S parr 010.'] 

The IMaid in Bedlam. [Song.] See One. 

One Morning very early. 

[1772 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (278.) 

The Maid is Blest. Song. 
Sec Denson (K.) 

The Maid is blest that will not hear. 
Virtue's lleioard. [Song. ]\Iusic by 
R. Denson.] [London, llbOr] s.sh.iol. 

G. 312. (127.) 

The Maid of Fashion. Song. Sec Now. 
Now Pride usurps each female heart, etc. 
[1768.] 8". P.P. 5438. z. 

The Maid of Fashion. [Song.] Sec Now. 
Now pride usurps each Female heart. 
[1770?] s.sh.iol. G. 310. (158.) 



MAID. The :\[aid of IMarlivale. Song. 
See CooKE (M.) 

The Maid of ]Martindalc. Song. 
See Hook (J.) 

The I\Iaid of Seaton Vale. Ballad. 
Sec Boss (J.) 

The Maid of the Cot. Song. 
Sec Blewitt (J.) 

The Maid of the Green, Pretty Sally. 
Song. See Hook (J.) 

The IMaid of the Mill. Song. See Attend. 
Attend all ye shepherds, etc. [1767.] 8", 

P.P. 5438. z. 

The Maid of the Mill. Dialogue [begins : 

' I've kiss'd and I've prattled ']. 

Sec Shield (W.) \_Iiosina.'] 

The ]\Iaid of the Mill. [Song, begins : 

' While over-nice Critics.'] Sec W^hile. 

While overnice Critics, etc. 

[1765 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 313. (204.) 

The Maid of the Rock. Song. 
Sec DiGNUM (C.) 

The Maid of the Sky Light. Song. Sec I. 
I'll tell you a story, etc. [1785 ?] fol. 

H. 2832. g. (24.) 

The Maid of Wooburn. Ballad. 
See Bryan (M. A.) 

The j\Iaid that's made for Love and me. 

[Song.] See Oswald (J.) 

[Another edition.] The Maid that's made 

for Love and me. [Song.] 

,sVe Saint Germain ( de) Count. 

The Maid to my IMind. Song. 

See Hook (J.) 

A Maid there where and her name it was 

Sue. A New Song. Sung by Mr. Atkins 

at Sadlers Wells. [London, 

1765 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 305. (70.) 

The INIaid's Complaint. [Song.] 

,SVe Turner (W.) 

The Maid's Husband. Song. 

See Carey (W.) [Ttic Contrivances.] 

The Maid's Lesson. [Song.] 

See To. To play upon a Viol. 

[1710?] s.sh. fol. H. 1601. (451.) 

The Maid's Petition. [Song.] 

See Cruel. Cruel Creature, can you 

leave me, etc. [1720 ?] s. sh. fol. 

I. 530. (39.) 

The Maid's Prayer. A New Song. 
[Words by S. Boyce, music by J. Foulis.] 
Sre Chloe. Chloe, or the JMusical Maga- 
zine, etc. No. 19. [1760 ?] fol. G. 433. 
The Maid's Prayer. [Song.] 
See Foulis (J.) 

The Maid's Request. [Song.] 
See Glide. CUido swiftly on thou Silver 
streams, etc. [1735 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. d. (159.) 



MAID—MAITRE 



83 



MAID. The Maid's Twitchcr. [Song.l 
See Dajiskl. a Damsill I'm told, etc. 
[1700?] s.sh.iol. H. 1601. (12.) 

MAID IN THE MILL. A Bonny Lad 
there was. A Song sung by I\Irs. Prince 
in the Maid in the Mill. [London, 

1705 '?] s. sh. fol. G. 304. (4.) 

[Another copy.] G. 306. (51.) 

How long shall I pine for Love. The 1*' 
Song. Sung by ]\Irs. Prince in the IMaid 
in the Mill. [Words by J. Fletcher.] 
[London, 1705'.'] s.sh.iol. 

G. 304. (65.) 
I'm like Inconstant Chance. T]ic 3'' Song. 
Sung by ]\Irs. I'rince in the IMaid in the 
Mill. [London, 1705?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 304. (82. ) 

MAID OF BATH. The Birks of Ender- 
may. [Song.j Sung by IMrs. Jewell in 
the Maid of Bath. Sk[illey)i : London, 
1775?] s.sh.iol. H. 1994. b. (73.) 

[Another copy.] G. 312. (171.) 

[Another edition.] The Birks of Inver- 
may. [Song.] Sung by Mrs. Jewell in 
the Maid of Bath. 

[11. Falkcncr : Londo)i, lllo?] s. sJi. iol. 
H. 1994. a. 200. 
[Another edition. The Birks of Ender- 
niay.] The smiling j\Iorn, the breathing 
Spring. A Favorite Scotch Song. Sung 
by Mrs. Jewell in the Maid of Bath. 
[London, YiQOl^ s.sh.iol. 

G. 316. j. (11.) 

MAID OF THE MILL. The Maid of 
the Mill,. . .for the Voice, Harpsichord, or 
Violin. [The words by I. Bickerstaffe.] 
Pi. Brcmncr : London, ri7G5.] obi. fol. 

D. 273. (3.) 

Tlie composers named in tJiis pasticcio 

are : the Karl of Kellij, Binaldo di 

Caima, Abos, the Elector of Sa.runi/, 

Ciampi, LascJti and Philidor, Picini, 

Gallnpi, Pergolese, Monsignicr, Vinci, 

Scarlatti, Arnold, CoccJii, Bach, Hasse, 

Dunij, Giardini,Jomelii and Martini. 

The Maid of the IMill : a Comic Opera, etc. 

Lnperfect, wanting pp. 25-50. [1798.] 

See Periodical Publications. — London. 

The Piano-Forte Magazine. Vol. VI. 

No. 1. [1797-1802.] 8". D. 854. 

MAID OF THE OAKS. Come rouse 
from your Trances. A Favourite Hunting 
Song... in the Maid of the Oaks. [By 
F. H. Barthelemon.] ' [London, 

1775?] s.sh.iol. G. 307. (110.) 

Come sing around my favorite Tree. A 
favorite Song in the 'Slaid of the Oaks. 
[By F. H. Barthelemon.] Longman and 
B rude rip : London, [ns^}?j fol. 

G. 808. e. (19.) 
The Maid of the Oaks. [Opera.] 
See Barthelemon (F. H^) 



MAIDEN. Maiden fresh as a Rose. 
[Song.] See Richmond Heiress. 
The Maiden jDleas'd. [Song.] 
See Fair. Fair Cloris in a Pigstye lav, etc. 
[1720 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1601. (141.) 

The Maiden's Choice. Song. 
See If. If ever, oh Hymen, etc. 
[1757.] 8\ 158. 1. 2. 

The Maiden's desire. [Song.] See As. 
As Celia was walking one day in a grove. 
[1700?] s.sh.iol. H. 1601. (3.) 

The Maiden's Dream. [Song.] 
Sec Graves (J.) 

The Maiden's Hopes in the Lottery. 

[Song.] See I. I am a Young Damsel, 

etc. [1758.] s. sh. 8". P.P. 5439. ab. 

The Maiden's Resolution. [Song.] 

Sec Vincent (T.) 

The Maiden's Resolve. Song. 

See Carey (H.) 

MAIDENS. Maidens beware ye. Can- 
tata. See Hook (J.) 
jMaidens wou'd you know. Song. 
See Hook (J.) 

MAIDS. IMaids and Bachelors. [Song.] 
Sec DiBDiN (C.) [The SpiJiinx.] 
Maids despise a sighing Swain. Cantata. 
See Hook (J.) 

MAIERUS (Michael) Atalanta Fugiens, 
hoc est, Emblemata Nova de Secretis 
Naturse Chyinica, Accommodata partim 
oculis & intellectui, figuris cupro incisis, 
adjectisquo scntentiis, Epigrammatis & 
notis, partim auribus & recreationi animi 
plus minus .50 Fugis ^lusicalibus trium 
Vocum, quarum dun' ad unam simplicem 
melodiam distichis cenendis peraptam, 
correspondeant, etc. 

Kx tijpograpliia Hieronymi Galleri, sump- 
tibns Joh. Thcodori de Bri/ : Oppenheiinii, 
1018. 4". ' 1033. k. 7. 

MAINERIO (Giorgio) See Mayner (G.) 

MAISON A VENDRE. Maison a 
Vendir. Comedie. Sec Dalayrac (N.) 

MAITRE. Le IMaistre des Novices dans 
I'Art de Chanter. See Carre (R.) 

MAITRE ADAM. IMaitre Adam, Men- 
uisior de Nevers, Come'die en un Acte, en 
prose, melee de ^'audevilles ; par les 
CC. Christian-le-Prevot et Philipon, etc. 
NVith the music of the concluding Vaude- 
ville, by — Wicht.] Che^ les Libraircs : 
Paris, An iv [1796]. 8". 

11738. 1. 7. (3.) 

MAITRE D'ECOLE. Le Maitre 
d'Ecole. Opera-Comique mesle d'Ari- 
ettes ; Parodie du ]Maitre en Droit... 
avcc la I\Iusique. [Words by Anseaume, 
music by Lismorc] 

Clicv N. B. Diidiesne : Paris, 17G0. 8". 
11738. b. 15. (4.) 
u 2 



84 



MAITKE -MALCOLM 



MAITRE EN DROIT. Lc aiaitic eii 
Droit. Upcra Bouffou cii deux Actcs, 
[libretto by P. K. Lemouuier,] mis eu 
Musiquo par Monsieur "** [i.e. P. A. 
Mousiguy. Full Score.] Chez le S'' Hne: 
Paris, [1760 ?J fol. H. 467. 

Le Maitro en Droit, Opcra-Comique en 
deux Actes...Avec la Musique. (Airs 
detaches du Maitre en Droit, etc.) [Li- 
bretto by P. R. Lemonnier, music by 
P. A. IMonsigny.] 2 pts. 1760. 
See Thkatke. Nouveau Theatre de la 
Foire, etc. Tom. 5. 1763. 8". 

11735. d. 2. 

MAITRESSE. Unc maitressc trop 
austere. Chanson. See Le Maitke ( ) 

MAJER (Joseph Frieukich Bebnhard 
Caspar) J. F. B. C. Majers Neu- 
eroffueter Theoretisch und Pracktischer 
Music-Saal, das ist : Kurze, doch voU- 
stiindigo Methodc, so wohl die Vocal- als 
Instrumental-Music griindlich zu erlerncu, 
etc. Zweyte und viel-vermehrte Auliage. 
J. C. Cremer : Nilniberg, llil. obi. i". 

7898. ee. 15. 

MAJO (Giovanni Francesco di) Torno 

la mia speranza. A favorite Italian 

Arieit, etc. Printed for J. Fielding : 

London, [1782.] 8». 2II7. c. 

European Magazine, Jan., 1782. 

MAJOR PALMER. Le Major Palmer. 
Opera. See Bkuni (A. B.) 

MAJOR (Joseph) Annabel, a Favorite 

Ballad. . .The Words by IMr. Wennington. 

Ciilliford, Rulfe & Barrow : London, 

[1797?] fol. G. 364. (29.) 

Ben Bluff, a favorite Ballad, etc. 

Printed for Culliford, Bolfe and Barrow : 

London, [1796 ?] fol. G. 364. (32.) 

Fairies, on the twilight Green. A favorite 
Sonnet . . . The Poetry by Mr. Wennington. 
Preston tO Son : London, [1797 ?] fol. 

G. 364. (30.) 

Far o'er the Western Ocean, a Ballad, 
the Words by R. C. Dallas, etc. 

Printed for tJie Author : London, 
[1800?] fol. G. 798. (32.) 

From thy Roseate Bow'rs, Aurora. A 
Favorite Rondeau. . .Words by Mr. Wen- 
nington. Longman tl; Brodcrip : 
London, [1797.] fol. G. 364. (33.) 

[Another edition.] From thy Roseate 
Bow'rs, Aurora. See Amateur. From 
thy Roseate Bow'rs. . .Rondeau. Com- 
posed by an Amateur [i.e. J. Major], etc. 
[1797?] fol. G. 356. (21.) 

Soft on Beds of Vi'lets lying. A Favorite 
Sonnet. . .Words by Mr. Wennington. 

Ciilliford, Bolfe £ Barrow : London, 
[1797.] fol. G. 364. (31.) 



MAJOR (S.) Sacred IMelody : a General 
Collection of Psalm & Hymn Tunes... 
Containing all the original compositions 
of P Smith, etc. Ninth Edition. 
S. Major : London, [1800 ?] obi. 4°. 

A. 621. b. 

See Smith (I.) A Collection of Psalm 
Tunes. . .with. . .Additions by S. Major. 
[1790 ?] obi. i". A. 621. a. 

MAKE. Make Hay whilst the Sun 
shines. See Hudson (R.) 



Madelon gardant son 



MAL. Le Mai d'Amour. [Song.] 
See Madelon. 
troupeau, f^c. [1780?] 8" 

B. 362. (170.) 

Le Mai d'Avanture. [Song.] See Lise. 

Lise fut voir un Medocin, etc. 

[1785?] 8". B. 362. (228.) 

Le Mai de Coeur de CTcrondo. [Song.] 
See Trop. Trop fort le plaisir abonde. 
[1785?] 8\ B. 362. f. (49.) 

MALADIE. La Maladie Amoureusc. 
Ariettc. See Alberti (F.) 

La Maladie de Monseigueur le Dauphin. 
Romance. See Chauvigny ( de) 

MAIiBRANCQ ( ) La Tourterclle. 
[Song.] [Paris, 1780 ?] 8°. 

B. 362. b. (31.) 



[Another copy.] 



B. 362. e. (84.) 



MALBROUG. Malbroug s'eu va t'en 
guerre. Chanson de M'' D'malbroug ou 
le petit page. \Paris, 1775 ?J 8°. 

B. 362. e. (40.) 

jNIalbroug s'en va t'en guerre. Chanson 
de M' UMalbroug on le Petit Page. 
J.Flcntu'jm: [London? 1700?] fol. 

H. 346. (20.) 

Air de ]\Ialbroug. Pour Nanine de cinq 
ans a jouer sur lc Clavecin de sa Soeur. 
[Song.] See Pour. Pour ma ptite 
Nanine. [1780?] 8°. B. 362. (215.) 

MALBROUK. Malbrourk s'en va t'en 
guerre. Couplet, sur la viort de M'' 
Chez Bignon : [Paris, 



Mabrourh. 
1785 ?] 8". 



B. 362. (205.) 



MALCOLM (Alexander) A Treatise of 
Musick, Speculative, Practical and His- 
torical. Printed for the Author: 
Edinburgh, 1121. 8". 54. b. (20.) 

Malcolm's Treatise of Music. . .Corrected 
and Abridged, by an Eminent ]Musician. 
Printed for J. French : London, 1110. 8". 

7899. f. 3. 

Malcolm's Treatise of Music. . .Corrected 
and Abridged, etc. Printed for 

J. Murray : London, 1779. S". 

7897. g. 47. 



:\rALDERE— ]\rAN 



85 



MALDERE (Pierre van) La Bagarre, 
Op^ra Bouffon en un Acte ; pau M. Poin- 
sinet. . . avec la Musiqne. Chez Duchcane : 
raris, 17G3. 8". 11738. 1. 27. 

This edition only contains the voice-part 
of some of the songs. 

Six favourite Overtures in 8 Parts for 
2 Violins, 2 Oboes, 2 Horns, Viola, and a 
figured Bass for the Harpsichord . . . Opera 
4"'. [Separate Parts.] I. lohnston : 

London, [1770 ?] fol. g. 474. (13.) 

[Op. IV. N" 1.] A Select Overture 

in 8 Parts. (Overture i.) [Separate Parts.] 

Printed for J. Johnston : London, 

[1775?] fol. ■ g. 474. b. (15.) 

[Op. IV. N" 3.] A Select Overture 

in 8 Parts. (Overture iii.) fSeparate 
Parts.] Longman ff Broderip : London, 
[1780?] fol. g. 474. b. (16.) 

A Select Overture in 8 Parts. (Sinf^ viii.) 
(Separate Parts.] Printed for 

J. Johnston : Lonrlon, mi^?] fol. 

g. 474. a. (17.) 

[Another edition.] A Select Overture in 
8 Parts. (Sinf' viii.) [Separate Parts.] 

Longman and Broderip : London, 
[1780?] fof. g. 474. b. (17.) 

VI. Sonatas for Two Violins with a 
Bass for the Harpsicord, or Violoncello. 
[Separate Parts.] Printed for T. Walsh : 
i,o?!fZoH, [17G0?]" fol. ■ g. 277. 

MALECOT (.7.) A New Song made on 
board y"" Salamander Privateer, etc. 
H. Wai/lett: [London, 1755?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. d. (90.) 

MALGRE. Malgre Forage et les frimats. 
Air. See Reprise de Toulon. 

MALIDOR ( de) Le Printemps. 

Ariette. Paroles de M. la Richerie, etc. 
[Paris,] 177C). s. sh. S'\ 297. f. 4. 

Mercure de France, March, 177G. 

Si vous voulez de la vie. Ariette. Paroles 
de M. D * * * , etc. [Paris,] 176G. s. sh. 8". 

297. e. 4. 

Mercure de France, Nov., 17GG. 

MALINTHA. IMalintha, cease my Love 
to blame. Song. ^London, 

1750?] s.sh.iol G. 316. c. (26.) 

MALME (George) A Set of Practical 
Essays for the Harpsichord or Piano 
Forte, ... to which is added a Short Intro- 
duction to j\Iusic, etc. The Author : 
Westminster, [1795 ?] obi. 4'. 

B. 423. (2.) 

A Set of Solfeggios for the Voice, with an 
Accompaniment for the Piano-Forte or 
Harpsichord, etc. Tlic Author : 

Westminster, [1795 ?] obi. 4°. 

B. 423. (1.) 



MALPIED (N. 

Danse, etc. 
[1790 ?] 8». 
Fngraved throughout. 

MALVAUX ( ) Vous, 
re(,-u I'atteinte. Boniance. 
sont de M. de Beuvrv.) 
[Paris,] 1756. s. sh. 8". 
Mercure de France, Dec, 



Traite sur I'Art de la 

Chez M'' Bouin : Paris, 

7913. f. 5. 



dont I'ame a 

(Les paroles 

Tournelle : 

297. d. 4. 

175G. 



MAMAN. 

Pomancc. 



Maman sous 
[Paris, 1780 ?] 



ce 

8'\ 



feuillage. 



B. 362. e. (3.) 

INIaman, vous me dites sans cesse. Chan- 
son. See Rousseau ( ) of Versailles. 

MAMMA. IMamma mia non mi gridate. 
Mamma mia, a Favorite Italian Song." 
Sung by Sig' Vigauoni, etc. 

Printed for Monzani A: Cimador : 
[LoHfZox, 1800?]" fol. G. 811. a. (23.) 
No. 17 of ' A Collection of Periodical 
Italian Songs,' etc. 

MAN. The :\ran. [Song.] See It. It's 
he who's unaw'd bv the sound of a Name, 
etc. [1780?] s.sh.iol. G. 309. (94.) 

.A Man an't a Horse. Song. 
See Reeve (W.) 

A Man in Favour. [Song.] See Would. 

Would you be a IMan in Favour ? 

1G88. .s. sli. fol. C. 38. i. 25. (1.) 

The ISIan of Reason. [Song.] 
See Smith (A.) 

Man on Creation. Tlie Advice. .\ New 
Song. [Bv P. IMagnant.] [London, 

1757.] 8\ P.P. 5438. 

Literary Magazine, Vol. II., p. 203. 

The ]Man that is drunk is void of all Care. 
T]ie Delighted Toper. [Song.] [London, 
1730?] s.sh.iol. G. 305. (118.) 

[Another edition.] The ^lan that is drunk- 
is void of all Care. The Delighted Toper. 
[London, 1730?] .s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. f. (48.) 

A ;Man that's neither high nor low. A Neio 
Song. The words bv a lady. [London,] 
1759. 8". " 158. 1. 4. 

London Magazine, 1759, p>- 445. 
The ]\lan to my Mind. [Song.] 
See BuRNEY (C.) 
The Man to my Mind. rSong.] 
See While. While fashion prevails, etc. 
[1775?] s.s/(. fol. G. 313. (208.) 

The Man, who in his Breast contains. 
Tlic reasonable Libertine. [Song.] 
[London, 1750 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 303. (46.) 

The Man who loves best. [Song.] 

See. Holmes ( ) 

The Man who seeks to win the fair. 

Plain Truth. A new Hong, etc. \: London, 

1750?] s.sh.iol G. 316. (98.) 



86 



MAN— MANDINI 



MAN. The man who seeks to win tlic fail 



Plain TiHtJi. A new Song. 



249. e. 23. 

Vol. XXIII., 



[London, 1753.] 8". 
(k'nilcman's Magazine, 
p. 91. 
The Man's Delight. [Song.] - 
iSVr How. How lovely is a Woman. 
[1735?] s. s/(.. fol. G. 316. e. 23 

Man's Rights thro' the World. Song. 
See RiCKMAN (T. C.) 

MAN SIEHT NIEMALS ALLES 
VORAUS. " Man sicht niemals alles 
Yoraus," [On ne s'avise jamais de tout,] 
ein Singspiel in einem Aufzuge aus dem 
Franzosischen iibersetzt. [IMusic by P. A. 
Monsigny.] See Operettas. Sammlung 
der komischen Operetten, etc. Band II. 
No. 3. 1772. 8". B. 729. 

MANCHICOURT (Pierre de) 
,sVe Chansons.— 4. Le Neufiesme Liure 
des Chasons a quatre parties, auquel sont 
contenues Yingt et Neuf Chansons... 
Compos^es par . . . P. de Manchicourt, etc. 
1545. obi. 4". K. 3. a. 9. 

See Motets. Liber Quintus Cantionum 
Sacrarum . . . Quinque et Sex Yocum a 
. . . Petro Manchicurtio . . . nunc primum 
in lucem editus, etc. 1558. obi 4". 

K. 3. e. 12. 

MANCHON. Le INIanchon. [Song.] 
Sec Chapelle (P. D. A.) 
Le Manchon de Luc6tte. [Song.] 
Sec Saison. La saison a grands pas 
R'avance, etc. [1780 ?] 8'\ 

B. 362. c. (25.) 

MANCINEIiIjI (Domenico) Eight Duets 
for Two German Flutes, or Violins, or a 
German Flute & Violin. . .Opera ir'. 

Printed for Longman, Lukey <f- Co. : 
7/0»fZo»,[1775?] fol. g. 520. (2.) 

[Another copy.] g. 421. a. (8.) 

Six Duetts for two German Flutes or 
Violins. . .Opera vi. Printed for S. Babh : 
London, [1780 ?] fol. g- 520. (3.) 

A Fifth Sett of Twelve Easy Duets for two 
German-Flutes or Violins. 

Printed for C. and S. Tliomp^on : 
London, [1115 7] io\. g. 520. (4.) 

Twenty Four Duetto's in an Easy Pleasing 
Stile, for two German Flutes or Violins. 

Printed for J. Fentum : London, 
[1780?] fol. g. 421. a. (7.) 

[Another edition.] Twenty Four Duetto's, 
etc, J. Lee : Dublin, 

[1785?] fol. g. 520. (6.) 

Six Notturnos, for two German Flutes or 
Violins . . . Book I. Longman .f Broderip : 
London, [IISO 7] fol. g. 520. (1.) 

Six Sonatas for two Gorman Flutes, or 
Violins. . .Opera iii. [Separate Parts.] 

Longman, Lnkey d- Broderip : London, 
[1778?] fol. ' g. 520. (5.) 



MANCINELLO (DowENico) 
Sec ]Mancinelli. 

MANCINI (Francesco) Idaspe. [For 
songs, &€., in Hydaspes published anony- 
mously :] See Idaspe. 
[Idaspe.] Overture. [Orchestral Parts.] 
See Overtures, <f-e. [No. 4.] 
[1720?] fol. h. 3211. (1.) 

XII. Solos for a Violin or Flute. . .Which 
Solos are Proper Lessons for the Harpsi- 
eord. Sold by lohn Barrett and 

ir™ Smith : London, [1725?] fol. 

g. 680. 

XII. Solos for a Violin, with a Thorsugh 
Bass . . . Which Solos are Proper Lessons 
for the Harpsicord. . .Revis'd and Corected 
by Llr. Geminiani. Printed for I. Walsh 
and los. Hare : London, [1730?] fol. 

i. 11. 

MANCINI (Giambattista) Pensieri, e 
Biflessioui Pratiche sopra il Canto 
Figurato. Ghclen : Vienna, 1774. 4". 

556. b. 10. 
Reflexions pratiques sur le Chant figure ; 
. . . traduites sur la troisi^me Edition 
italienne. Chez Dn Pont : Paris, L'An 
Troisieme [1795], etc. 8». 

1042. k. 29. (1.) 

Tu te plains de ta Climene. [Song.] 
Sur un air del Signor Mancini. 
[Paris,-] 1776. 8°. 297. f. 6. 

Mercurc de France, May, 1776. 

MANCINI MAZARINI (Louis Jules 
Barbon) Duke of Kivernois. The Black- 
bird. A favorite Song, with the Italian 
Words as sung by Sig' Tenducci. 
E. Rhames : Dublin, [1775?] s. sli. fol. 

H. 1601. b. (76.) 

MANCINUS (Thomas) Das erste Buch 
Newer Lustiger, vnd Hofflicher Weltlicher 
Lieder, mit vier vnd fiinff Stimmen, etc. 
Tenor. Qedruckt durch Jacohum Liicium : 
ITclmstadt, 1588. obi 4". A. 299. 

Passio Domini nostri Icsu Christi : Das 
Leyden vnud Sterben vnsers Herren .Jesu 
Christi: Mit Personen. In welchem der 
Text, so der Evangelista vnd die andere 
Personen singen, choraliter : der ander 
Text aber, den dor gantze Chorus prcesen- 
tiret, 4. Stimmen figuraliter gesetzt ist. . . 
Jetzo . . . revidiret. Gedruckt . . .durch 

Eliam Holwcin : Wolffenbilitet, 1620. 4". 

B. 118. 
This work contains the Pasisions ac- 
cording to S. Matthew and S. John. 
Fol Oi is mutilated. 

MANDINI (Stepfano) Three Favorite 
Canzonetts, arranged with an Accompani- 
ment for the Piano Forte or Cxuitar, the 
Words & Music. . .by S. Mandini. 

Printed for R. Birchall : T.ondon, 
[1800?] oblioi, E. 600. n. (7.) 



MANEFREDINI— MARASTONI 



R7 



MANEFREDINI (Francesco) 
See Maxfeedixi. 

MANENTI (Giovanni Piero) INIadrigali 
...a Sei Voci. Nouamente composti & 
dali in Luce. Libro Primo. Cauto. 
Apprcsfto li Figliuoli di Antonio Gardauo: 
Venetia, 1574. obi. 4'. A. 257. 

MANFREDI (Alessandro) 

Sec Fux (.J. J.) Salita al Parnasso . . . 
trasportata dal Latino uell' Idioma 
Italiano dal Sacerdote A. IManfredi, etc. 
1761. fol. 785. m. 11. 

MANFREDINI (Francesco) Six Son- 
atas for Two Violins and a Violoncello : 
with a Thorough Bass for the Harpsi- 
chord. [Separate Parts.] 
Printed for C. and S. Thompson: London, 
[1770?] fol. g. 274. b. (2.) 

MANFREDINI (Giuseppe) Sei Arie 
con istromenti. Printed for the Author : 
London, 1752. obi. fol. E. 83. 

MANFREDINI (Vincenzo) Difesa della 
IMusica j\Ioderna e de' snoi celebri ese- 
cutori, etc. Per la Stamperia di C. Trenti : 
Bologna, 1788. S'\ 1042. d. 22. 

Regole Armoniche o sieno Precetti ragion- 
ati per apprendere i principj della IMusica, 
dc. Apprcsso G. Zerlctti : Venezia, 

1775. 4'. 7895. f. 12. 

MANGOT ( ) Que mon sort est digue 
d'envie. Air gratieii.v, etc. [Words] Par 
M. Campan, etc. [Pari.i,'} 1743. s. sli. i". 

298. b. 21. 
Merciire de France, July, 1743. 

MANIAC. The IMauiac. Song. 

See RI^^BAULT (S. F.) Select Songs. 
No. 2. 

MANIE. La Mania des Fommes. [Song.] 
See Vous. Vous qui pour les enflammer, 
etc. [1785?] 8". B. 362. b. (176.) 

MANINI (A.) Six Divertimentos for 
two Violins. Longman, Lukey <f- 

Brodcrip : London, [1778 ?J fol. 

h. 2910. (2.) 

MANLEY ( ) Madam I'lne just como 
from Colledge. A Dialogue Between a 
Poor Scholar and his ^Mistress. [London, 
1720?] s. .s/(. fol. H. 1601. (307.) 

MANLY. The Manly Heart. [Duet.] 
See Mozart (J. C. W. A.) [Die Zauber- 
fliJte. Bci Mdancrn, welche Jjicbe filhlen.'] 

MANN" (Percival) The Moon with bor- 
row'd lustre, a much admired Song, 
written by W. Heseltine. J. Davica : 

London, [1800 ?] fol. G. 366. (31.) 

MANNELLI (Carlo) Sonate a Tre, Dui 
Violini, e Leuto, 6 Violoue con il Basso 
per r Organo ... Opera Seconda. Violino 
Primo. (Organo.) 2 pts. fi. A. Mufij : 
Boma, 1G82. A". c. 4. 



MANNHEIMER MONATSCHRIFT. 

See Periodical Publications.— Jl/f(»H- 
Jtcim. 

MANSION. The ilansion of Peace. 
[Song.] See Webbe (S.) the Elder. 

MANTEL (John Christian) Six Con- 
certo's for the Organ or Harpsichord, with 
Instrumental Parts. . .Op. iii. 
Peter Thompson, for the Author: London, 
[1755?] fol. ' g. 646. 

Wanting the accompaniments. 

Six Solos for a Violin or Harpsichord 
with a Thorough Bass . . . Opera 2''\ 

W. Smith, for tite Author: London, 
[1750?] fol. ' g. 422. g. (2.) 

MANTO LA FEE. ISIanto la Fee. 
Opera. Sec Stuck (J. B.) 

MARA (Gertrude Elisabeth) High 
rolling seas that bear afar. .4 Favorite 
Air sung. , .at j\Ir. Salomon's Concert, at 
the Theatre Roj-al Covent (Wirden in... 
Artaxerxes and at the Bath Concerts 
...The Words by P. Hoare, etc. [Full 
Score.] The Author : London, 

[1797.J obi. fol. D. 392, (9.) 

Say can you deny me, A Favorite Air . . . 
the words by P. Hoare, etc. [Full Score.] 
The Author: London, [1193.] fol. 

G. 364. (34.) 

See Idalide. Ah che nel petto io sento. 
rSong.] . . . Harp Accompaniment by 
i\Iadam ]\Iara for rather bv J. I\razzinghi]. 
[1791.] fol. ^ ' G. 199. (26.) 

MARAIS (:\rARix) Alcione, Trag^die, etc. 
[Words by A. Houdart de la ^Motte.] 
Chez V Autheur : Paris, 170G. oW. fol. 

D. 318 

Ariane et Bacchus, Tragedie, etc. [Words 
by — Saint .Jean.] CJiez C. Ballard : 

Paris, 1G96. obi. fol. B. 333. 

Pieces a vne ct a deux Violes. (Pieces de 

Viole, f/c.) 5 Books. CJier T Autheur : 

Paris, 1G86(-1729). obi. fol. c. 19. 

Wanting Liure II. and the title-page of 

Litre IV. The date of Liv. I. is 

1686; Liv. III. 1711; Liv. IV. 1729, 

and lAv. V. 1725. The imprint of 

Liv. IV. is ' CJiez la Veuve Marais.^ 

Pieces en Trio pour les Flutes, Violon & 

Dessus de Viole. 2me Dessus. 

Chez V Autheur : 7Vrm, 1692. oW. 4\ 

a. 33. 

MARASTONI (Antonio) ]\Iadrigali Con- 
certati a Due, e Tre Voci. . .Opera Sexta. 
Canto ouer Tenore Primo (Secondo). 
(Basso Continue.) .3 pts. 
Stampa del CInrdano. Appresso 77. ]\Iagni : 
Venetia, 1028. 4", E, 122. 



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TklARAZZI— MARCHES 



MARAZZI (Silvio) Di D. Silvio 
Mai-azzi, il Primo Libro de' Madrigali a 
Tre Voci. Nuouamente posti in luce. 
Canto. (Tenore.) (Basso.) 3 pts. 
App>rf>!to Srtli Vioto : Parma, 1517. 4". 

K. 3. i. 2. 
D. Silvii IMarazzi . . . Motecta Quinque 
Vocum Liber Primus. Bassus. 

Ainid Angelum Gardannvi : Tcnptijs, 
15R1. obi. 4". A. 281. 

MARBECK (John-) Sec Mkrbecke. 

MARC ( ) Hylas. Air. Chante au 
Concert de Reims le 4 Mav 1770. 
"Prtn.s,] 1770. s.sh.S". 297. e, 32. 

Mcrcnrc de France, June, 1770. 

Six Senates a Yiolon Seul avee une Basse 
Chiffree, etc. Gravies par Ribart. 
MaiUet: Paris, [1110?] fol. h. 28. 

MARCAILLE (Richard de) lis sont 
domptes ces fiers anglais. Chansons sure 
Ja jjrise de Toulon, etc. 

Chez la Citoyenne Lebcau : 'Paris, 
1793.] 8". ' B. 362. d. (19.) 

MARCEIjIjO (Alessandeo) 

See CoscERTi. Concerti a Cinque... del 
Signori G. Yalentini,. . .A. Marcello, etc. 
[1730?] fol. g- 35. 

MARCELLO (Benedetto) Canzoni 
Madrigalesche et Arie per Camera a due, 
tre, 6 quattro Voci. . .Opera Quarta. 

Per Giuseppe Antonio Silrani : Bologna, 
1717. obi. fol. K. 10. a. 19. 

Estro Poetico-Armonico. Parafrasi sopra 
li primi (second!) venticinque Salmi. 
Poesia di G. A. Giustiniaui, etc. S tom. 

Apprcsso Domenico Lovisa : Vcnezia, 
1724-6. fol. I- 10. 

[Estro poetico-armonico.] The First Fifty 
Psalms, Set to jMusic by Benedetto Mar- 
cello . . . and adapted to the English 
Version, by J. Garth. [With Remarks 
bv C. Avisou.] 8 vols. Printed for 

J. Johnson : London, 1757. fol. I. 10. b, 
[Psalm xLii.] Qual anelante. The 
Favorite Duet sung by INIrs. Billington 
& Mr. Harrison, etc. Printed for 

n. Birchall : London, [1795 ?] fol. 

G. 800. (9.) 

XII. Solos for a German Flute or Violin 
with a Thorough Bass for the Harpsicord 
or Bass Violin. . .Opera Primo. 

Printed for I. Walsh: London, 
[1733.] fol. g- 1008. 

Six Solos for a Violoncello with a Thorough 
Bass for the Harpsicord . . . Opera Seconda. 
Printed for I. Walsh : London, 
[1740?] fol. g. 500. (4.) 

MARCHAL ( ) Six Duo pour Violons 
. . .CEuvre 1. [Separate Parts.] 
Chez le S'- Borrelli/ : Paris, [1770?] fol. 

g. 421. r. (6.) 



MARCHAND ( ) As Persians stretch 
their Votive Arms. [Song.] The Words 
by a Person of Quality [i.e. the Earl of 
Gainsborough] . 

[London, 1130-?] s.sh.M. G. 303. (1.) 
In Ancient Greece when Sappho sung. 
On a Lady of Qnalitii. fSong.J 



[London, limT] fol. 



G. 303. (41.) 
Nouvelle Suitte d'Airs pour deux Tam- 
bourins, 2ilusettes ou Vielles, etc. 

Grav^c jmr D. Vincent. Chez Vauteur : 
Paris, [1735?] fol. K. 7. f. 15. (6.) 

MARCHAND D'ESCLAVES. Au nom 

do ton pere. L^o"g-] -0" Marchand 
d'Esclaves. Air: Le Cure de Dole. 
[Paris, 1784.] 8". B. 362. e. (79.) 

Les Beautes que j'amene. [Song.] Du 
Marchand d'Esclaves. Air : ^Malbrmck 
s'en vat en querrc. \ Paris, IIQ^^T^ 8". 

B. 362. (213.) 

Parcourez les Cieux desormais. Vaude- 
villes du M* d'Esclaves. Air, de la 
^^leuniere. [Paris, 1784.] 8". 

B. 362. c. (79*.) 

MARCHAND DE SMYRNE. Le 

Marchand de Smyrne. [Ballet. j 
See Bossi (C.) 

MARCH ANDE. La T^Iarchande d' Amour. 
[Song.j See Je. Je suis la marchande 
d'amour, c/c. [1780?] 8°. B. 362. (18.) 

MARCHANDES DE LA HALLE. 

Les :\larchandes de la Halle, Comedie 
en un Acte et en Vaudevilles . . . avec la 
Musique. Chez le Libraire,au Theatre du 
Vaudeville : Paris, An troisieme [1795]. 8°. 
11738. bbb. 8. (6.) 

MARCHE. Marche d'Alcide. Scene heroi- 
lyrique. Sec Royer de Villerie ( ) 

MARCHES. [Arranged clironologically .] 
Prince Eugene's ilarch. See Hark. 
Hark ! the loud Drum. Great Britain for 
ever ! A Ballad. . .Tune, Prince Eugene's 
March. [1745?] s.sh. fol. 

G. 308. (79.) 

Thirty Favourite Marches which are now 
in Vogue, set for the Violin, German 
Flute or Hautboy ; by the most Eminent 
Masters. Printed for Thompson and Son : 
London, [17G0?] *8\ e. 453. 

Bellisle March. As it was Perform'd... 
before his ^Majesty in Hyde Park ou the 
27th of June, 1763. ' [London, 

1763.] s. sh. fol. H. 1994. a. (215.) 
Bellisle March and the Retreat, as they 
was perform'd. . .before his Majesty. . .on 
the 27th of June 1763. [London, 

1763.] s. sh. fol. G. 316. d. (166.) 

The Duke of Glosters ]\Iarch, as Perform'd 
before his Majestv at the Review in Hyde 
Park. [London, 1163?} s. sh. io\. 

H. 1994. a. (214.) 



IMARCHES 



89 



MARCHES. Captain Keed's or the Third 
Regiment of Guards !March. [London, 
1770 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1994. a. (176.) 

Coldstream or Second Regiment of Guards 
March. [London, 1110?] s.sh.iol. 

H. 1994. a. (180.) 

The Dorsetshire iMarch, for two German 
Flutes and a Bass. [London, 

1770?] s.sh.iol H. 1994. a. (177.) 

A Second Collection of XXIV. Favourite 
IMarches in 7 Parts as they are Performed 
by His ^Majesty's Foot and Horse Cruards. 
Set for two Clarinetts Violins German 
Flutes or Hautboys and two French 
Horns and Bass. [Separate Parts.] 
Printed for C. and S. Thompson: London, 
[1775 ?] obi. 4°. a. 226. 

]\Iarch of the XV"' Regiment. [Song.j 
See How. How fearful the sound to poor 
mothers and wives, c/c. [1775?] ,s. .'.7/. fol. 

a. 308. (120.) 

New Coldstream ]\Iarch. For the Harp- 
sicord. [London '> IIQQ?] s.sh.io\. 

H. 1601. a. (111.) 

!March of General Lotton's Regiment in 
Berlin. [P. F., Guitar or Flute.l 
[London 'i limT} s.sh.iol. 

H. 1601. a. (110.) 

March of the Thirtv-fifth Regiment. [Full 
Score.] [Lonrfon? 1780?] s. sh. lo]. 

I. 600. d. (110.) 
The Middlesex March. [Full Score.] 
[London? 1180?] s. ,s7;. fol. 

H. 1601. a. (113.) 
The Prince of Brunswick's March. [Full 
Score.] [London? 1180 ?'\ s.sh.iol. 

H. 1601. a. (114.) 
Two Slow and two Quick Marches, recom- 
men[d]ed to the Volunteer Corps of the 
County of Down, etc. John Lee : Dublin, 
[1780?] s. s7i. fol. H. 1601. a. (115.) 

The Duke of York's ]March. As Per- 
form'd by his Royal Highnesses new 
Band in the Coldstream Reg' of Guards. 
[P. F. and Flute.] Printed for 

T. Skillern : London, [1785 ?] fol. 

G. 297. (33.) 
[Another copy.] h. 62. (17.) 

The Milanese ^Nlarch. See :SIy. "Sly 
fair one Adieu... to the Tune of the 
Milanese ]\Iarch. [1785 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (98.) 
The Duke of Clarence's IMarch, adapted 
for the Harpsichord, Violin, German 
Flute, or Guitar. Printed for 

T. Skillern : London, [1790?] fol. 

G. 297. (34.) 

A Russian March, for the Piano Forte, 
composed on General Suvorofi's taking 
Ismael. T. Skillern, for the Author : 

London, [1790?] fol. ' g. 133. (69.) 



[1797 ?j 



MARCHES. Marche des Marseillois. 
See Allons. Allous, enfans de la patrie, etc. 
[1793?] fol. H. 1250. (37.) 

The Duke of York's March, etc. [P. F.] 
/. Dale: London, [1795?] fol. 

g. 271. e. (28*.) 
[Another edition.] The Duke of York's 
:\rarch, etc. [P. F.] Printed for 

H.Andrews: Lambeth, [1105?] fol. 

G. 795. (5.) 
Grand IMarch & Trio, with a Quick Step 
for H.M. 78th Regiment. [P. F.] 
T. Williamson: Lo7idon, [1195?] fol. 

g. 133. (70.) 
The Arch Duke Charles of Austrias ?*Iarch, 
for the Piano Forte and a Full Band. 

Longman and Broderip : London, 
fol. g. 133. (72.) 

The New Royal Wirtemberg ]March, com- 
posed in Honor of the late Nuptials. 
[P. F.] Printed for J. Dale : London, 

[1797.] fol. ■ g. 133. (71.) 

General Suwarrow's March & Quick Step 
. . .To which is added five Russian Dances, 
etc. Gow d- Shepherd : Edinburgh, 

[1798?] fol. h. 1568. b. (11.) 

The Egyptian ^March, for a ^Military Band, 
also adapted for the Piano Forte. 

T. d- W. 21/. Cahusac: London, 
[1800?] fol. h. 1568. b. 13. 

Flancken-^NIarsch der Hamburger Biirger- 
garde f iir's Piano-Forte. J. A . Bijhme : 
Hamburg, [1800?] obi. iol. 

e. 217. f. (4.) 
Marche des Royalistes. [Song.] .'npcContrr. 
Centre inos cruels ennemis, etc. 
[1800?] fol. H. 2831. (26.) 

[Another setting.] Marche des Royalistes. 
[Song.] See Mugnie (J.) 
Marches, Airs & Minuets, selected from 
the Works of the best Authors, arranged 
for two German Flutes or Violins and 
many with Basses for the Violoncello or 
Piano-Forte. I're.^ton : London, 

[1800?] ohl.8''. b. 78. (1.) 

The composers named in tJtis collection 
are: Felton, Hngh Clerk, Martini, 
Corbet, Knerler, Pasquali, Handel, 
Humphrij, Castrutti, Geminiani, Mac- 
Gibbon and Caporali. 
The Grand Neapolitan ]\Iarch, for a 
Military Band, also adapted for the Piano 
Forte. T. d W. M. Cahusac: London, 

[1800?] fol. h. 1568. b. (12.) 

Two Favorite New Marches, 1»'. Lord Corn- 
wallis's, 2''. The Duke of Brunswick's, for 
the Piano-Forte or Harpsichord. Pyintcd 
for the Author: London, [1800?] fol. 

g. 272. i. (2.) 
Marche du Siege de Lille. [Song.] 
See Jadin (H.) 

Sec Airs. A Collection of Airs and 
Marches, e^c. [1765?] obi. 8". b. 41. 



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IMARCHERI— MARENZTO 



MARCHESI (LuiGi) Sei Ariettc, with 
an Accompanyment for the Piano Forte 
or Harp, etc. Ijongnian tC Jhodcrvp, for 
the Author: London, [1795?] ul>l. fol.' 

E. 601. m. (4.) 

[Another edition.] Sei Ariette, with an 
Accompaniment for the Piano Forte or 
Harp. . .First Bet. R. Birchall : London, 
[1800?] fol. H. 2827. f. (23.) 

Six Ariettes, with an Accompanyment for 

the Piano-Forte, or Harp. . . Opera Seconda. 

Lonqman i(- Broderip : London, 

[1795 ?] ohl. fol. E. 600. z. (4.) 

See Sarti (G.) [Giulio Sabino.] Lmigi 
dal caro, etc. (Aria... coll' accompagna- 
mento d' Arpa dal Sig"' L. INIarchesi.) 
[1790?] fol. G. 196. (14.) 

MARCHIORE [de Barberiis], da 
Padova. See Merchiore. 

MARCO ANTONIO [Cavazzosi], of 
Bologna. Recerchari INIotetti Canzoni 
Com'posti per Marco antonio di Bologna. 
Lihro Primo. 

AjJiid Bernardinmn Vercelenscm : 
Venetiis, 1523. obi. 4". K. 8. b. 8. 

MARDO (Judith) See Le Jeune (C.) 
Second Liure des IMeslanges, etc. [With 
a dedication hv Judith Mardo.] 
1012. obl.i".' B. 283. i. 

See Le Jeune (C.) Troisiesme Liure des 
Pseairnies, etc. [With a dedication by 
Judith Mardo.] IGIO. obi. i'. 

B. 283. g. 

MAR:6cHAIi. Le Mar^chal des Logis. 
[Song.] See Chahtons. Chantons la 
noble avanture, etc. [1785 ?] 8'\ 

B. 362. f. (40.) 

MARECHAL FERRANT. Le IMar-J- 
chal Forrant. Op6ra Comique en deux 
Actes, etc. [With the music, by F. A. 
Danican Philidor, of some of the Songs.] 

De rimprimerie de C. Ballard, etc. : 
[Paris,] 1702. S". 11738. m. 1. (1.) 

[L' Amour se plait.] .S^-^ Docteurs 
MoDERNES. Ce secret qui fait tant de 
Men... Air du Vaudeville du INIar^chal. 
[By F. A. Danican Philidor.] 1784. 8". 

B. 362. (193*.) 

Sec Embarquez. Embarqu6s vous 

fiers matelots . . . Air du Vaudeville du 
]\rar6chal [Ferrant, by F. A. Danican 
Philidor]. [1785?] 8°. B. 362. (21.) 

Quand pour le grand voyage. Ariettes, 
detachi's du Man'chal Ferrant [by F. A. 
Danican Philidoi-n. [Prtcis, 1705?] 8". 

B. 362. (20.) 

Le Mar^chal Ferrant. Opera Comique. 
See Philidor (F. A. Danica^') 



mar:6chal ferrant de la 

VILLE D'ANVERS. Le :Marechal 
Ferrant dc la Ville d'Anvers, Pi^ce anec- 
dotique en un Acte et en prose, melt'e de 
Vaudevilles, par le C. Maurice S[eguier] 
. . .avec la jNIusiqne. C'/;c,-: le Librairr : 
Paris, An vii" [1799]. 8°. 

11738. n. 15. (6.) 
Containing songs bij Gthard, Doche and 
Kall.brenncr. 

MARELLA (Giovanni Battista) 

See Catches. A Collection of Catches by 
. . .Dr. Arne,. . .Sigr. Marella. etc. 
[1704?] o6Z. 4°. A. 756. a. (1.) 

See Modern Catch-Club. The ]\Iodern 
Catch-Club. . .a Collection of Catches... 
bv . . . Marella, etc. [1770 ?] obi. 4°. 

A. 756. 

MARELLA (J. B.) See :\rARELLA (G. B.) 

MARELLI (J. B.) See Marella (G. B.) 

MARENZIO (Luca) 

Arrangement. 

1. Canzonets and Villauelles. 

2. ]\Iadrigals (Secular). 

a. Collected editions. 

b. For six voices. 

c. For five voices. 

d. For four voices. 

3. IMadrigals (Sacred). 

1. Canzonets and Villanelles. 

[II Prirao Libro dalle Villanelle et Arie 
alia Napolitana, a Tre Voci, etc. Basso.] 
[Appyresso Giacomo Vincenti? : 
Venctia, 1584.?] 8\ B. 270. n. (1.) 

Wanting the title-page and pp. 13-10. 
II Primo Libro delle Villanelle a Tre 
Voci . . . Nouamente ristampate. Terza 
Impressione. Canto. Presso 

Giacomo Vincenzi : Venetia, 1580. 8", 

B. 270. k. (1.) 

[Another copy. Canto.] B. 270. m. (1.) 

II Primo Libro delle Villanelle et Arie 
alia Napolitana a Tre Voci . . . Di nouo 
Ristampate, & Corrette. Canto. (Tenore.) 
2 pts. Appresso Angelo Gardano : 

Venetia, 1000. 4". C. 210. f. (1.) 

II Primo Libro delle Villanelle et Arie 

alia Napolitana, a Tre Voci . . . Nouamente 

ristampate, & corrette. Tenor. (Basso.) 

2 pts. Appresso Giacomo Yincenti : 

Venetia, 1005. 8". B. 270. 1. (1.) 

Lnperfect, wanting 2>P- 5-0 and the last 

leaf of the Toior part. 

II Secondo Libro delle Canzonette alia 

Napolitana a Tre Voci . . . Raccolte per 

Attilio Gualtieri & nouamente poste in 

luce. Canto. Presso Giacomo Vincenzi, <(■ 

j Ricciardo Amadino compaqni : Venetia, 

I 1585. 8". B. 270. m. (2.) 



MABENZIO 



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MARENZIO(Luca) II SecondoLibrodelle 
Canzonet te alia Napolitana a Tre voci, . . . 
RaccolteperAttilioGualtieri,&uouaniciiHfe 
ristampate. Seconda Impressione. Canto. 
(Tenore.) 2 i)ts. Prcsso 

Giacoino Vinccn.ii : Vc )icti(i, 15S7. 8". 

B. 270. k. (2.) 

II Secondo Libro delle Villanelle a Tre 
Voci, . . . Raccolte per Attilio Gualtieri. 
Nuouamente Ristampate & . . . corrette. 
Tenore. (Basso.) 2 pts. ApiJvcsso 

Giacomo Vincenti : Ycnetia, 1592. 8". 

B. 270. 1. (2.) 
In earlier editions this work was called 

Canzonctte alia Napolitana. 

[Another copy. Basso.] B. 270. n. (2.) 
The title-piage is mutilated. 

II Secondo Libro delle Villanelle et Arie 
alia Napolitana a Tre Voci . . . Di nouo 
Ristampate, & con diligenza Corrette. 
Canto. (Tenore.) 2 pts. Appi-csso 

Angela Gardano : Venetia, IGQO. 4°. 

C. 210. f. (2.) 

II Terzo Libro delle Villanelle a Tre Voci 
composte . , . nel modo che hoggidi si usa 
cantare in Roma. Raccolte da Christoforo 
Ferrari, & di nuouo date in Luce. Canto. 
Appresso Alcssandro Gardano : 
noma, 1585. 8". B. 270. m. (3.) 

II Terzo Libro delle Villanelle a Tre Voci 
... Nuouamente ristampate. Canto. 
(Tenore.) 2 pts. Presso 

Giacomo Vincenzi : Ycnetia, 1587. 8". 

B. 270. k. (3.) 

II Terzo Libro delle Villanelle a Tre Voci 
. . . Raccolte per Christoforo Ferrari. 
Nuouamente Ristampate, & . . . corrette. 
Tenore. (Basso.) 2 pts. Appresso 

Giacomo Vincenti : Ycnetia, \5Q2. 8'\ 

B. 270. 1. (3.) 

[Another copy. Basso.] Appresso 

Giacomo Vincenti : Venetia, 1592. S". 

B. 270. n. (3.) 
II Terzo Libro delle Villanelle et Arie 
alia Napolitana a Tre Voci . . . Di nouo 
Ristampate, & con diligenza Corrette. 
Canto. (Tenore.) 2 pts. Ap>2yresso 

Angela Gardano : Venetia, 1000. i". 

C. 210. f. (3.) 

II Quarto Libro delle Villanelle a Tre 
Voci . . . Raccolte per Attilio CUialtieri 
Nuouamente poste in luce. Canto. 
(Tenore.) 2 pts. Prcsso 

Giacomo Vincenzi : Venetia, 1587. 8". 

B. 270. m. (4.) 

II Quarto Libro delle Villanelle a Tre 
Voci, . . . Raccolte per Attilio Cxualtieri. 
Nuouamente Ristampate, & . . . corrette. 
Basso. Ajjjjresso Giacomo Vincenti : 

Venetia, 1592. 8°. B. 270. 1. (4.) 

[Another copy. Basso.] B. 270. n. (4.) 
The title-page is mutilated. 



MABENZIO (Luca) 11 Quarto Libro delle 
Villanelle et Arie alia Napolitana a Tre 
Voci . . . Di nouo Ristampate, & con dili- 
genza Corrette. Canto. (Tenore.) 2 pts. 
Appresso Angelo Gardano : 
Venetia, 1600, 4". C. 210. f. (4.) 

Di Luca jNIarentio il Quinto Libro delle 
Villanelle a tre voci con vna a quattro. 
Raccolto da Attilio Gualtieri. Nuoua- 
mente poste in luce. Canto. Appresso 
V Hcrede di Girolamo Scotto : Vinegia. 
1587. 8". B. 270. k. (4.) 

[Another copy. Canto.] B. 270. m. (5.) 
Di Luca JNIarentio il Quinto Libro delle 
Villanelle a tre voci con vna a quattro. 
Raccolto da Attilio Gualtieri. Noviamente 
ristampate. Tenore. (Basso.) 2 pts. 

Appresso l' Herede di Girolamo Scotto : 
Vinegia, 1591. 8". B. 270. 1. (5.) 

[Another copy. Basso.] B. 270. n. (5.) 

Tlie title-page is mutilated. 
II Quinto Libro delle Villanelle et Arie 
alia Napolitana a Tre Voci . . . Di nouo 
Ristampate, & con diligenza Corrette. 
Canto. (Tenore.) 2 pts. Aj)presso 

Angelo Gardano : Veiietia, 1000. 4". 

C. 210. f. (5.) 
Ausszug auss Lucae Marentii vier Theilen 
seiner Italianischen dreystimmigen Villa- 
nellen und Napolitanen. . .mit Teutschen 
Texten gezieret, vnnd inn Truck publiciert 
von Valentino Haussmanno Cxerbipol. 
Cantus. (Tenor.) 2 pts. 

Diirch Panhtm Kantjmann : Kiirmherg, 
IGOG. 4'. ■■ C. 210. h. 

2. Madrigals (Secular). 

a. Collected editions. 

Di Luca Marenzio . . . !Madrigali a Sei 
Voci, in un corpo ridotti. Nuouamente 
posti in luce, & con ogni diligentia 
eorretti. Aggiunto vi di piu vno IMadrigale 
del istesso Authore a Dieci Voci. Canto. 
(Alto.) (Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 
(Sesto.) 6 pts. Pietro Phalesio d- 

Giovanni Belle ro : An uersa, l^Oi. ofeZ. 4°. 

K. 3. f. 15. 

Di Luca Marenzio . . . il Primo, Secondo, 
Terzo, Quarto & Quinto Libro de ]\Iadri- 
gali a Cinque Voci. Nuouamente ristam- 
pati & in vn Corpo ridotti. Canto. 
(Alto.) (Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 
5 pts. A.2)2>resso Pietro Phalesio : 

Amursa, 1G09. ohl. 4". B. 270. e. 

[Another copy. Tenore. (Basso.)] 2 pts. 

B. 270. f. 

Di Luca :Marenzio . . . il Sesto, Settimo, 
Ottauo et Nouo Libio, il suo Testamento 
de r^Iadrigali a Cinque Voci. Nuouamente 
Stampati & in vn Corpo ridotti. Tenore. 
(Basso.) 2 pts. Appresso Pietro Phalesio : 
Anuersa, 1C09. ohl. 4". B. 270. h. 



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b. For six voices. 

II Primo Libro de ]\Iadrigali a Sei Voci, 
, . . Nouamente Ristampato. Canto. 
(Alto.) (Basfio.) (Quiuto.) 4 pts. 

Appirsno Anqclo Gnrdano : 
Ynietia, 1584. 4". " C. 210, a. 

Di Luca ]\Iarenzio 11 Terzo Libro de 
Madrigali a Sei Voci. Nouamente com- 
posto et dato in Luce. Quinto. 

Apprcsso V Hcrcdc di Girohimo Scotto : 
Viucgia, 1585. 4". C. 210. 1. 

Di Luca Marenzio il Terzo Libro de ]Madri- 
gali a Sei Voci. Nouamente ristampati. 
Canto. Ajyprcsso l' Hcrrdc di Girolamo 
Ycneiia, 1589. 4". C. 210. r. 

Di Luca Marenzio il Terzo Libro de ^Nladri- 
gali a Sei Voci. Nouamente Ristampato. 
Alto. (Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) (Sesto.) 

5 pts. Appre^!<o Angcio Gardano : 
Vnictia, 1594. 4". C. 210. s. 
II Quarto Libro de Madrigali a Sei Voci 
. . . Nouamente Ristampato. Alto. 

Apprcaso Angela Gardano : 
rc7ictia, 159.3. 4". ' C. 210. n. 

Di Luca Marentio il Quinto Libro de 
]\Iadrigali a Sei Voci. Nouamente ristam- 
pato. Alto. Appypsso Angela Gardano : 
Venetia, 1595. 4". " C. 210. d. 

Di Luca Marentio, il Sesto Libro de 
Madrigali a Sei Voci. Nouameute Com- 
posto, & dato in luce. Canto. (Alto.) 
(Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) (Sesto.) 

6 pts. AppresRO Angela Gardano: 
Venetia, 1595. 4". ' C. 210. m. 
[Another copy. Alto.] C. 210. e. 
Di Luca Marenzio ... II Sesto Libro de 
Madrigali a Sei Voci. Nouameute stam- 
pati and dati in luce. Tenore. Ajijyrcsso 
Pietro Phalesio : Amicrsa, 1610. obi. 4". 

B. 270. j. 

c. For five voices. 

Di Luca ]\Iarenzio il Primo Libro de 
Madrigali a Cinque Voci. Nouamente. . . 
ristampati. Alto. Appresso 

Angela Gardano : Venetia, 1582. obi. 4". 

A. 294. b. 
Di Luca ]Marenzio il Primo Libro de 
Madrigali a Cinque Voci, nouamente . . . 
ristampati. Tenore. Pressa 

Giacomo Vincenzi, & Ricciarda Amadino 
compagni : Venetia, 158G. 4". C. 210. o. 
Di Luca Marenzio il Primo Libro de 
Madrigali a Cinque Voci. Nouamente . . . 
ristampati. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) 
(Quinto.) 4 pts. Aj^i^resso 

Angela Gardano : Venetia, 1587. obi. 4°. 

53. a. 20-23. 
Di Luca Marenzio il Primo Libro de 
Madrigali a Cinque Voci. Nouamente 
ristampati. Basso. (Quinto.) 2 pts. 

Ajyjrres.to V Herede di Gierolamo Scoto : 
Venetia, IGOO. 4". C. 210. p. 



MARENZIO (Luca) Di Luca Marenzio 
il Secoudo Libro de Madrigali a Cinque 
Voci, Nouamente Ristampati. Alto. 

^2)j);r.sso Angela Gardano : 
Venetia, 1583. obi. 4°. A. 294. a. 

Di Luca INIarenzio il Secondo Libro de 
INIadrigali a Cinque Voci, Nouameute 
Ristampati. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) 
(Quinto.) 4 pts. AppreRso 

Angela Gardano: Venetia, 159.3. obi. 4". 
53. a. 20-23. (2.) 

Di Luca Marenzio il Terzo Libro de 
INIadrigali a Cinque Voci, nouamente 
Composti, & dati in luce. Quinto. 

AppreKsa Angela Gardano : 
Venetia, 1582. abl. 4°. ' B. 270. 

Di Luca INIarenzio il Terzo Libro de 
Madrigali a Cinque Voci, Nouamente 
Ristampati. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) 
(Quinto.) 4 pts. App)re!ifio 

Angela Gardano : Venetia, 1595. obi. 4". 
53. a. 20-23. (3.) 

Di Luca Marenzio il Quarto Libro de 
Madrigali a Cinque Voci. Nouameute 
Ristam]Dato. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) 
(Quinto.) 4 pts. Ai^preRfta 

Angela Gardano : Venetia, 1594. obi. 4". 
53. a. 20-23. (4.) 

Di Luca jMarenzio il Quinto Libro de 
Madrigali a Cinque Voci. Nouamente 
compostoet dato in luce. Canto. (Tenore.) 

2 pts. Apprefiso V Ilerede di Girolama 
Scotto : Vinegia, 1585. 4". C. 210. b. 

Di Luca IMarentio il Quinto Libro de 
]\[adrigali a Cinque Voci. Nouamente 
ristampato. Basso. (Quinto.) 2 pts. 

Appresso V Herede di Girolamo Seotta : 
Venetia, 1588. 4". C. 210. q. 

Di Luca Marenzio il Quinto Libro de 
^Madrigali a Cinque Voci. Nouamente 
ristampato. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) 
(Quiuto.) 4 pts. Appresso 

Angcio Gardano : T>)iffirt, 1594. o6/. 4". 
53. a. 20-23. (5.) 

Di Luca INIarenzio il Sesto Libro de 
INIadrigali a Cinque Voci, Nouamente 
posto in luce. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) 
(Quiuto.) 4 pts. Appresso 

Angela Gardano : Venetia, lb^\. abl. i". 
53. a. 20-23. (6.) 

Di Luca INIarenzio il Sesto Libro de Madri- 
gali a Cinque Voci. Nouamente Ris- 
tampato, etc. Canto. (Tenore.) (Basso.) 

3 pts. Appresso Angela Gardano: 
Venetia, 1603. obi. 4". A. 294. 

Di Luca Marenzio il Sesto Libro de 
INIadrigali a Cinque Voci. Nouamente 
ristampato. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) 
(Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 pts. Stampa del 
Gardano. JEre Bartholomsei Magni : 
Venetia, 1614. 4". C. 210. j. 

[Another copy. Basso.] C. 210. k. 



MARENZIO— MARIA 



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MARENZIO (Luca) Di Luca Marenzio 
il Settimo Libro cle Madrigali a Ciuque 
Voci, Nouamente Composto & dato in luce. 
Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quiuto.) 
5 ptb. Appresso Angela Gardcuio: 

Vcnctia, 1505. ubl. 4.". B. 270. b. 

Di Luca Mareuzio il Settimo Libro de 
jMadrigali a Cinque Voci. Di nouo ristam- 
pati, & Corretti. Canto. (Alto.) (Teuore.) 
(Basso.) (Quiuto.) 5 pts. Ajij^-csso 

Angelo GardcDio : Vcnctia, 1600. obi. i°. 

B. 270. d. 
[Another copy. Canto. (Alto.) (Teuore.) 
(Quinto.)] 4 pts. 53. a. 20-23. (7.) 

Di Luca Maronzio 1' Ottauo Libro de 
INIadrigali a Cinque Voci. Nouamente 
Composto, & dato in luce. Canto. (Alto.) 
(Basso.) (Quinto.) 4 pts. Aju^resso 

Angela Gardano : Vcnctia, 15'J8. abl. 4". 

B. 270. c. 
[Another copy. Alto. (Teuore.) -2 pts. 
53. a. 22, 23. (8.) 
Di Luca ^Nlarenzio il Nono Libro de 
Madrigali a Cinque Voci. Di nouo 
Ristampato, & Corretto. (Quiuto. 

Appresna Angela (iarddno: 
Vcnctia, 1601. abl. 4". A. 294. c. 

d. For four voices. 

IMadrigali a Quattro Voci . . . Nouamente 
. . . ristampati. Libro Primo. Canto. 
(Teuore.) (Alto.) (Basso.) 4 pts. 

Appresbo Angelo Gardano : 
Venesia, 1592. 4". C. 210. c. 

^ladrigali a Quattro Voci . . . Nouamente 
. . . ristampati. Libro I'rimo. Canto. 
(Alto.) (Tenore.) (Basso.) 4 pts. 

Ajyjn-csso Angela Gardano: 
Vcnctia, 1603. obi. 4". C. 210. i. 

INIadrigali a Quattro Voci . . . Novamcute 
. . . ristampati. Canto. (Alto.) 2 pts. 

Paulas Kautf'inannus : 
NoribergK, 1603. 4". C. 210. g. 

Madrigali a Quattro Voci. . .Nuouamente 
Ristampati. Tcnorc. (Basso.) 2 pts. 

Apprcsao Fictro Fhulcsio : 
Anuersa, 1607. abl. 4". B. 270. g. 

3. Madeigals (Sacked). 

Madrigali Spirituali ... a Ciuque Voci. 
Nouamente stampato &, dato in luce. 
Libro Primo. Canto. (Tenore.) 2 pts. 

Per Alessandro Gardano: 
Roma, 1584. 4". C. 210. 

Di Luca Marenzio . . . de' ?*Iadrigali 
Spirituali a Ciuque Voci. Nouamente 
stampati. Tcnorc. (Basso.) 2 pts. 

Appresso Pietro PJialcsio : 
Anuersa, 1610. obi. 4'. B. 270. i. 

MARESCIAL ( ) Locciolette che 
andato di notte. Cavatina, etc. 
[Paris,] 1778. 8". 297. f. 22. 

Mcrcurc de France, June, 1778. 



MARGARINA (Chkistophorus) 

S<^e Anekio (Ct. F.) Litaniae Deiparae 
Virginis ... A Christophoro Jlargarina in 
vnum collectte, & in lucem editte, etc. 
1611. 4^ D. 229. 

MARGATE. The Margate Ballad. 
[Song.] See Fkoji. Prom court aud from 
country, etc. [1760.] 8". P.P. 5438. z. 
The Margate Hoy. [Song.] 
See DiBDiN (C.) " [Christmas Gambols.] 

MARGERY. ^largerv. [Opera.] 

S,r La.mpk (J. F.) 

MARI RETROUV:^. Airs de la 
Comedie du Mary Retrouvc. [By J. C. 
Gillier. Words by P. C. Daucourt.] 
[1698.] See Aiks. Airs lo la Comedie 
Francoise. [No. 14.] 
[1696-]1705. obi. 8". B. 319. 

Le Mari Retrouvc, Comedie. Repre- 
sentee pour la premiere fois, le 25 Octobre 
1698. [By P. C. Dancourt, with music 
by J. C. Gillier.] [Paris, 1760. 12". 

241. c. 6. 
Part 0/ ' Les (iJnvrcs de Theatre de 
M. D'Ancourt,' etc. tarn. 6. 

MARIA. Maria. An Elegy [begins: 
' Maria lovely Maid is dead 'j for the 
Harpsichord or Piano-Forte. Catharine 
Fentuni, for the Author: London, 
[1775?] fol. G. 310. (105.) 

Maria. [Song, begins: 'As from above 
the genial dews.'] See Ada.ms (J. B.) 
:\Iaria. [Song, begins : ' When first JIaria 
smil'd on me.'] See Richakdson (J. B.) 
:\raria. Song. [Begins : ' Assist me all vc 
Pow'rs above.'] Sec Weale (G.) 
Maria. Glee [begins : 'Maria! ah listen '1. 
Sec Webbe (S.) the Elder. 
Maria hilff. [Hymns.] 
See Hym>s. [Gertnan.] 
Maria prithee don't destroy. [Song.] 
See Coueteville (R.) 
IMaria rein dcin Klag allcin. Plunctus 
Bcatic Mariw Virgi)iis, Das ist, Unser 
liebeu Prawen Klag vnd Hertzeulcid . . . 
Im Thon Maria zart von edler Art, etc. 
Durch Andream Angermayer : Innolstatt, 
1613. 8". 11517. bbb. 8. 

Part of C. I etter's ' Paradeissvogei; etc. 
:Maria when my Sight you bless. The 
Milk-Maid. [Soug.j Bv Mr. W. B 
[Landan, 1730?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. e. 82. 
Maria's Evening Service to the Mrgin. 
[Song.] Sec Billikc.ton (T.) 

MARIA ANTONIA WALPURGIS 
[of Bavaria], Consort of Charles Frede- 
rick Christian Augustus Francis, Elector 
of Saxony. See A., E. T. P., p)scud. 
See Kammel (A.) Six Overtures in Eight 
Parts by . . . ly. Princess Royal of Saxony. 
etc. [1770?] fol. g. 474. (7.) 



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MARIA STUART. :Maria Stuart. Bal- 
lade. SvC ZUMbTEKlr (J. Iv.) 

MARIA UND JOHANNES. IMaiia 
unci Johauues. Passions-Oratorium. 
Sec ScHULZ (J. A. p.) 

MARIA (DoMENico Della) 
Sec Della Maria. 

MARIJE3. Maribe Heimbsuochuug. 
rilpiin.J Sec Hymns. [German.] 

MARIAGE. Le mariage a ses peiues. 
Air. See Laborde (J. B. de) [La 
Mcuniirc dc Gentilly.] 

MARIAGE A LA MODE. Le Mariage 
a la ilodo. Comcdic eu un acte, et^ eu 
vers; par M. Fardeau. Ciuquieme Edi- 
tion, etc. [With the music of a song.] 
Chcs VAuteur : Paris, 1778. 8". 

11738. aa. 8. (3.) 

MARIAGE D' ANTONIO. Des les 

premiers jours du priutems. VaudevUlc 
du Manage cV Antonio [by L. Gretry]. 
Chez Fnh-e : [Paris, 1786.] 8". 

B. 362. e. (98.) 

Le Mariage d' Antonio. Divcrtisemeut. 
Sec Gretry (L.) 
MARIAGE DE FIGARO. La Folle 
JouruL'O, ou Le :Mariage de Figaro. 
Comedie en Cinq Actes, en Prose, par 
j\Ir. Carou de Beaumarchais . . . Kouvelle 
edition. . .avec les Airs notes, etc. 
Paris, 1785. 8°. 640. f. 8. 

[Another edition.] La Folle Jouruee ou 
le JMariage de Figaro, etc. Amsterdam, 

1785. 8". 841. e. 2. (2.) 

Coeurs sensibles, ca3urs fidelles. Vaude- 
ville da Mariage de Figaro . . . de M. de 
Beaumarchais. Chez Caviand : 

[Paris, 1784.] 8". B. 362. (186.) 

See A.. A certaine Coterie . . . Air. 

Cceur [sic] Sensibles. [1785 ?] 8". 

B. 362. (201.) 

See De. D'un dauseur du haut 

parage. . .Air ; Figaro. [1789 ?] 8". 

B. 362. e. (26.) 

See De. De la plus charmante ville. 

Le Tableau dc Paris. Air du Vaudeville 
de Figaro. [17^5 ?] 8'. B. 362. (204.) 

See Dis. Dis-moi done quelle est 

la cause. La Coq u el icot. . .Aiv du ^lari- 
agede Figaro. [1785?] 8". 

B. 362. f. |22.) 

See Du. Du Jeude la Loteric. . .Air 

de Figaro. [1789 ?] 8°. B. 362. (200.) 

.See Folle Soiree. Sans redouter 

la Satire. . .Air du INIariage de Figaro. 
[1790?] 8". B. 362. (187.) 

Sec II. II est un Dieu tutelaire . . . 

Air -. du Vaudeville de Figaro. 

[1780?] 8". B. 362. f. (6.) 



MARIAGE DE FIGARO. Creurs sen- 
sibles, coiurs fidelles. Sec Jadis. Jadis 
on voyoit Thalic ... Air de Figaro. 
[1785?] 8". B. 362. (189.) 

See Leandke Candide. En fixant 

notro pianette. Vaudeville . . . Sur 1' Air de 
Figaro. [1784.] 8". B. 362. c. (27.) 

■ Sec LiSE. Lisc d'une main alerte 

. . . Air : du Mariage de Figaro. 



[1790 ?j 8". 



B. 362. e. (93.) 



Sec NicoDiiME dans la Luke. Oui, 
Messieux, tout I'monde en France. . .Air : 
de Figaro. [1791.] 8^ B. 362. (191.) 

Sec Pour. Pour atteindre a la 

fortune. L'Aritlimrtiquc a la Mode . . . 
Air : Vaudeville du M^" de Figaro, etc. 
[1785 ?] 8". B. 362. (197.) 

Sec Que. Q'un amant a sa maitresse 

...Air de Figaro. [1791?] 8". 

B. 362. (199.) 

See Sous. Sous une Gaze legere. . . 

Air : du Vaudeville dc Figaro. 

[1785?] 8". B. 362. j. (13.) 

See Trop. Trop fort le plaisir abonde. 

Le Mai dc Cceur de Geronde. Air: de 
Figaro [1785 ?] 8". B. 362. f. (49.) 

See Vive. Vive les nuits etoilees. 

LjCS Soirees du Palais Eoijal. Sur I'air 
du Mariage de Figaro, e/e. [1785?] 8'. 

B. 362. g. (69.) 
Mon Courcier hors d'haleine. Eomance, 
du petit Page. Du Mariage de Figaro. 
Par M. de Beaumarchais. Chez Bignon : 
Paris, [1785.] 8". B. 362. (206.) 

Tlic mclodij is that of ' Malbrook sen 
va t'cn guerre' 
]Mon Courcier hors d'haleine. Piomancc 
du petit Page. Dans le Mariage de 
Figaro, avec Accompaguement de Gui- 
tarre. Longman it Brodcrij) : London, 
[1790?] fob G. 800. m. (38.) 

MARIAGE DU VAUDEVILLE. Le 
^Mariage du Vaudeville et de la Morale. 
Comedie en un Acte, en vers, melee de 
Vaudevilles ; [Written] par le Citoyen Piis. 
[With the music of the final Vaudeville.] 
Cliez le Libraire, aa Tliedtrc du Vaude- 
ville: Paris, An Deuxieme [1794]. 8". 

11738. L 18. (9.) 

MARIAGE PAR ESCALADE. Le 
Mariage par Escalade, Opera-Comique, a 
I'occasion de la prise du Port-Mahon . . . 
Nouvelle edition, augmentee de couplets 
. . . & de Vaudevilles . . . avec les airs notes. 
Chez Duchesne : Paris, 1757. 8". 

164. d. 21. 

MARIAGES SAMNITES. L'Amour 
folatre alors qu'il blesse. Aricttc des 
Samnitcs [by A. E. M. Gretry]. 
[Paris, 1780 ?] 8'\ B. 362. i. (42.) 

Dieu d' Amour. CJueur et Marchc des 
filles Sam''\ [By A. E. U. Gretry.] 
[Paris, 1780 ?] 8". B. 362. i. (43.) 



MARIAGBS— MARISSAL 



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MARIAGES SAMNITES. Dieu 

d'Amour. Clueurs des Sainiiitcs 'bv A. 
E. M. Gretry. [1780?] 8'. 

B. 362. (44.) 

Les Mariag«s Samuites. Drame Lyrique. 
Sec Gretry (A. E. M.) 

MARIAN. The Brauch of the Willow. 
[Soug.] Sung by Mrs. Billiiigtou, iu the 
new Opera of Mariau. [Bv W. Shield.] 
J. (t- E. Lcc : Dublin, Ti'SOT s. a7(. fol. 

H. 1601. b. (1.) 
No Language but that of the Heart. A 
favourite Song ... in the new Opera of 
Marian. 'By W. Shield.! /. cC E. Lcc : 
Z>«WiH, riT'jo ?j A'. s7(. fol. 

H. 1601. b. (3.) 
Patty Clover. A favorite Song iu the 
new Opera of IMarian. [By W. Shield. ' 
J. it E. Lcc : Dublin, ri7'J0?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. b. (2.) 
Who can suspect. A favourite Song . . . 
in the new Opera of ^Marian. [Bv W. 
Shield.] J. ci- E. Lcc: Dublin, 

[17'J0?] s. ah. fol. H. 1601. b. (4.) 

IMarian. Opera. See Shikld (W.) 
Marian's Complaint. [Song.] 
Sec PiTJiAX (A.) [Three Amorosos. Op. 
VI. Nu. 1. 

MARIANA. IMariana. Song. Scc'Eacu. 
Each Hour, [Mariana, etc. [176G.] 8°. 

P.P. 5438. z. 
Mariana's Charms wound niv Heart. 
Song. SceB.,\Y. 

MARIANNE. Marianne. Comedie. 

Sec Dalaykac (N.) 

MARIE VON MONTALBAN. IMaric 
von ]Montalban. [Opera.] 
Sec Winter (P. von) 

MARIECHEN. :\Iariechen. Operette. 
See Bend A (F. L.) 

MARIN ( ) the Elder. Cher Philcne. 
Musette. [Paris,] 173G. s. sh. 4". 

297. b. 15. 
Mcrcure de France, Aug., 1786. 

MARIN (Marie Martin MARCEL DE) 

Viscount. Essay upon an Air of Molina- 
reUa [i.e. " Nel cor pin," by Paisiello], 
varied in all the known Styles of [Music 
. . . also God save the King and Four 
Favorite Scotch and Welsh Airs, adapted 
for the Harp.. Opera llth. J. Longman, 
Clcmcnti it Co., for the Author: London, 
[1800.] fol. g. 188. (7.) 

Two Sonatas, for the Harp. Op. G. 

J. Longman, Clcmenti it Co., for the 
Author : London, [1800.] fol. 

g. 198. (6.) 
Three Sonatinas for the Harp. . .Op. 10. 

J. Longman, Ckmenti it Co., for the 
Author: Lo«f/oH, [1800.] fol. 

g. 301. (12.) 



MARIN (Marie Martin MARCEL DE) 

Viscount. Sec Mozart (W. A.) [Sclec- 
ti.o)ts.] Two Trios selected from the 
Works of Mozart, arranged by V de 
Marin. [1799.] fol. g. 192. a. (20.) 

MARINDA. Marinda's face like Cupid's 
bow. Song. Sec Leveridge (R.) 

MARINELLI (Guilio Cksake) Via 
Retta della Voce Corale, oucroOsscruationi 
intorno al Retto Esercitio del Canto 
Fermo, diuise in cinque parti, V/c. 
Per Giacomo Monti : Bolugnu, 1G71. i\ 

7897. e. 2. 

MARINER. The Mariner. Sea Song. 
Sec Moulds (J.) 

MARINERS. The [Mariners. [Musical 
I'lutcrtaiumeut. See xAttwood (T.) 
The Mariners. Glee. 
Sec Ravensckoft (T.) 

MARINI (Carlo Antonio) See [Making. 

MARINI (P. L.) Lc Pastre. Romance. 
Paroles de Lab . . . Lcs Frcres Gavcau.v : 
i'rtns, [1800?] fol. G. 548. (40.) 

MARINO (Alessandro) Psalmi Vesper- 
arum et [Magnificat, Quatuor Vocum. Cum 
Basso Contiuuo ad Organum, etc. Editio 
Secunda. Tenor. (Bassus.) (B. Con- 
tinuus.) 3 pts. Apud Heredes Petri 

Phalcsii : Antucrpiw, 1637. 4". C. 266. 
Psalmi Vesperarum . . . Liber Secundus, 
etc. Tenor. Apud Hxredem Hicroni/ini 
Scoti : Venctiis, 1587. 4'. C. 266^ a. 

MARINO (Carlo Antonio) Balletti, 
Correnti, Gighe, e Miuuetti Diuersi a 
Trc, due Violini, Violoncello, o Spinetta 
. . . Opera Seconds. Violino Secondo. 
Da Gioseppc Sala : Venctia , Hj9-2. 4". 

d. 6. 
Sonate a Tre, Due Violino, Violoncello 
Obligato con il Basso per 1' Organo . . . Opera 
Settima. Nouvelle Pxlition corrigee de 
Plus de 300 fautes. [Separate Parts.] 
Chez P. Mortier : Amsterdam, [1730 ? ful. 

g. 1009. 
Suouate alia Francese a Tre . . . Opera 
Quinta. (Violino Primo.) Chez Estioinc 
Uoger: Amsterdam, [1100?] obl.i^h. 3. 
Sonate da Camera a tre Strumenti . . . 
Opera Prima, etc. Violino Primo (Se- 
condo). (Violone.) (Spinetta.) 4 pts. 
Per Giacomo Monti : Bologna, 1687. 4". 

d. 12. 

MARISSAL (Antonics) Floros Melodici, 
sive Cantiones Sacrte v. vi .viii. et Plurium 
Vocvim, pro Festis priecipuis totius Anni, 
tam Vocis vivie quam omnibus Instru- 
mentis accommodatse, etc. Superius. 
(Contratenor.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta 
Vox.) (Secundus Bassus.) G pts. Ti/pis 
loannis Bogardi : Duaci, IGll. obi. 4". 

A. 184. 



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MARK— MARPUECt 



MARK. 'Mark the sweet Rosebud. Song. 

Sec AXTEKBLKY (L.) 

i\Iark with what grace the Rose tree 
shews. [Song.] Sec Ra>'nik (J.) 

MARKET. The Market Lass. [Song.] 
Sec Reeve (W.) [Mirth's Musexim.'] 

MARKORDT (J.) The Overture, Songs, 
Duetts, tt Choruses, in Tom Thumb [as 
altered from H. Fielding by K. O'Hara] 
. . . Composed & Compiled by J. 
]\Iarkordt, in which is Printed. . .the much 
admired Song sung by Mrs. Kennedy ; 
Composed by Dr. Arne. J. Preston : 

London, [1780.] obi. fol. D, 282. (7.) 

MARKWELL ( ) The Declaimer. 

[Song.] [London, ll-kOl} s.sh.iol. 

I. 530. (97.) 

Love preferable to Liberty. [Song.j 

The Words bv R. Courtivil, etc. 

[London, VI 4£iT\ s.sh.iol. 1.530.(96.) 

J;i some editions this song is ascribed 

to S. Howard. 

To a Young Lady of Eighteen courted by 

• a Man of Threescore. [Song, begins : 

" Dear Chloe attend." 1 [London '? 

1740?] s.sh.tol. 'G. 316. d. (119.) 

In some editions this song is ascribed to 

S. Howard. 

MARLBOROUGH. The Marlborough, 
a New Dance Compos'd by ]Mr. Isaac. 
Perform'd at Court on Her ]Majestie's 
Birthday. Feb' y 6"' 17 . Printed for 
I. WalsJi, I. Hare, and P. Bandall : 



M A R P U R G (Feieurich Wilhelm) 
[Abhandlung von der Fuge.] Traitc de 
la Fugue et du Coutrepoint, divise eu 
deux parties. Chc2 Haudc et Spencr : 



London, [1703-? J fol. 



h. 993. (17.) 



MARMONTEL (Jeax FiiANyois) Essai 
Kur Ics Revolutions de la INIusique en 
France. [Paris, 1777.1 8". 

1042. k. 14. (3.) 

MARMOTTE. La Marmotte. [Song.] 
Sec FiLLE. Fille qui quitte son pavs. 
[1790?] 8°. B. 362. (138.) 

La Marmotte en Vie. [Song.] See Ce. 
C'est la marmotte en vie. [1790?] 8°. 

B. 362. (139.) 

La IMarmotte en vie. Chanson Savoyard 
[begins : ' Je quittai la IMontague ']. 
Sec LOUET (A.) 

MAROTTA (Eeasmo) Amiuta :Musicale 
... II Primo Libro de IMadrigali a Cinque 
Voci, con un Dialogue a Otto, etc. Canto. 
(Bassus.) (Quiuta.) 3 pts. Appresso 
Angela Gardano : Venetia, 1600. obi. 4". 

A. 282. 

M A R P U R G (Priedkicu \Viliielm) 
Abhandlung von der Fuge uach den 
Grundsatzen und Exompeln der besten 
. . . Meister . . . Nebst lxii. Kupfertafeln. 
2 Thle. Bejj A. Haudc unci J. C. Spcncr : 
Berlin, 1753(-1754). 4\ 

Exempel in lxii. und lx. Kupfertafeln. 
Bci A. Kiihncl: Leipzig, [1806.] ohl. fol. 

1762. a. 8. 



Berlin, 1756. l". 



558*. c. 25. 



Aufangsgriinde der Theoretischeu Musik. 
Bey J. G. I. Breitkopf : Leipzig, 1757. 4". 

7896. aaa. 13. 

F. W. Marpurgs Anleitung zur Musik 
iiberhaupt, und zur Singkunst besonders, 
mit Uebungsexempeln erliiutert, etc. 
Bey A. Wever : Berlin, 1763. 8\ 

7895. b. 17. 

Anleitung zum Clavierspielen . . . Zweyte 
verbesserte Auflage. 

Bey Haudc und Spcncr : Berlin, 1765. 4". 

7895. b. 16. 

Anleitung zur Singconiposition. 

G. A. Lange: Berlin, 1758. 4". 

556. e. 10. 

Clavierstiicke mit einem practischen 
Unterricht fiir Anfauger und Geiibtere. 
3 Samm. Bey Hcnide und Spcncr : 

Berlin, 1762, 3. obi. fol. c. 23. a. 

Fugen-Sammlung. Erster Theil. 
Bey G. A. Lange : Ber Un, 1758. fol. 

I. 44. 
Tlie following composers' names arc 
added in manuscript : Kirnberger, 
C. P. E. Bach, and Graun. 

Fughe e Capriccj pel Clavicembalo 6 per 
r Organo . . . Opera Prima. 
Chez J. J. Hummel : Berlin, [1777.] fol. 

h. 55. 

M'unting the preface. 

Haudbuch bey dem Generalbasse und der 
Composition, etc. 8 Th. In Verlag 

J. J. Schiitzens Wittwe {G. A. Lange) : 
Berlin, 1755(-1758). 4\ c. 23. 

Th. I. is dated 1755, Th. 11. 1757 a7id 
Th. III. 1758. 

Handbuch bey dem Generalbasse . . . 
Zweyte, vcrmehrte und verbesserte Auf- 
lage. (Anhang zum Handbuclie bey 
dem Generalbasse, etc.) 4 Th. 
G. A. Lange : Berlin, 1762, etc. 4". 

556. c. 12. 

Th. I. is dated 1762, Th. 11. Vibl, 
Th. III. 1758, and the Anhang, 1760. 

[Another copy.] 556. c. 13. 

Historisch - Kritische Beytriigc zur Auf- 
nahme der IMusik. 5 Bde. In Verlag 

J. J. Schiitzens scl. ^Vittwc {G.A. Lange) : 
Berlin, 1755-1760. 8". P.P. 1945. af. 
TIte publisher of Band 2-5 is Lange. 

Kritische Briefe iiber die Tonkunst, etc. 
[By F. W. Marpurg.] 1760-1764. 
See Periodical Publications. — Berlin. 
Kritische Briefe, etc. 1760-1764 

P.P. 1945. ag. 



MARPURG— MARSH 



97 



MARPURG (FBIEDRICH \VILHEL^t) 

Kritische Eiuleitung in die Geschiciite 
und Lehrstitze der alteu und neuen IMusik 
. . . Nebst acht Kupfertabellen. 
Bey G. A. Langc: Berlin, 1759. 4". 

556. c. 11. 

Die Kunst das Clavier zu spielen, durch 
den Verfasser des critischen Musicus an 
der Spree [F. W. Marpurg]. 2 Th. 
1751-Gl. 4". .See Kunst. 7897. b. 2. 

Die Kunst das Clavier zu spielen . . . 
Dritte . . . Auflage. 2 Th. 1760-61. 4". 
See Kunst. 7896. c. 8. 

Neue ]Methode allerley Arten von Tem- 
peraturen deni Claviere aufs bequemste 
mitzutheileu, etc. Bey G. A. Ijuncje : 

Berlin, 17'J0. 4". 7897. bbb. 20. 

Principes du Clavecin . . . Avec viugt 
planches. Cliez ] fa tide et Spcncr : 

Berlin, 1756. 4". 7896. bb. 23. (2.) 

Raccolta delle j)iu nuove composizioni di 

Clavicembalo di differenti maestri ed 

autori. Per I'auno 1756 (1757). Fatta 

stampare dal Sig. F. G. Marpurg. 2 vol. 

Frcsso G. G. I. Brcithopf: 

Lipsia, [1756-7.] ohl. fol. f. 37. 

The composers of this collection are : 

Marpurg, Seijfarth, Rakemann, Kirn- 

berger, Agricola, C. F. E. Bach, 

Sack, Martini, Nichelmann, Feoricr, 

Bameau, Bidder, Silbermann, Du 

Bhli, F. G. Zaccarie, Schalc and 

Graun. 

Versuch in figurirten Choralen, sowohl 
fiir die Orgel, als fiir das Clavichord. 
Beij J. J. Hummel : Berlin luid Amsterdam, 
[1785?] fol. h. 55. a. 

F. W. Marpurgs . . . Vi>rsuch liber die 
musikalische Temperatur, nebst einem 
Anhang iiber den Rameau- und Kirnberg- 
erschen Grundbass, und vier Tabellen. 
Bey J. F. Korn : Breslau, 1776. 8". 

7897. bbb. 22. 
See Alembert (J. le R. d') [EU'mcns dc 
Musique.'] Hrn. d'Alembert . . . Syste- 
matische Eiuleitung in die Musicalische 
Setzkunst . . . iibersetzt und . . . vermehrt 
von F. W. Marpurg. 1757. 4". 

7896. aaa. 11. 

Sae SoRGE (G. A.) Herrn G. A. Sorgens 
Anleitung zum Generalbass . . . Mit An- 
merkungen von F. W. Marpurg, etc. 
1760. 4'. 1400. i. 41. 

MARQUIS OF GRANBY. The 

Marquis of Granby. [Song.] 

See Though. Tho' Austria and Russia. 

[1762.] s. sh. fol. G. 316. f. (22.) 

MARQUIS TULIPANO. Le Marquis 
Tulipauo. Opera Bouffon. 
See Paisiello (G.) 

MARRE ( DE la) See La Makre ( de) 

VOL. II. 



MARRIAGE. :\rarriage. Song. 
S<-e Chaplyn (R.) 

IMarriage has its Pleasures various. Two 
Part Song. S<-e ^Iathews (J.) 
The Marriage Pretty 'tween John & 
Betty. [Song.] ,sVe Thank. Thank God 
at last, etc. [1770 ?] fol. 

G. 305. (254.) 
The ^larriage Whim. Song. 
See Graves (J.) 

MARRIED. The Married Man. [Song.] 
See Hudson (R.) 

MARS, aiars and Bellona. Song. 

See Dennis (W.) 

IMars ct I'Amour. Vaudeville. 

See GiLLiER (J. C.) [La Repetition 

Inter romp ue.'] 

jNIars, qui se plait au bruit des Armes. 

Chanson. See Du Vigneau ( ) 
MARS (.J. de) Ciel, quel orage affreux. 

Air, etc. [Paris,] 1733. s. sh. 4°. 

297. b. 1. 
Mercure de France, Dec, 1783. 

Ciel quel orage affreux ! Air. [By J. 

de Mars.] 1734. s. sh. fol. See Ciel. 

297. b. 4. 
MARSDEN (Thomas) A Collection of 

Original Lancashire Hornpipes, old and 

new. Containing Divisions upon each. 

For the Treble Violin. Being the First 

of this Kind. W. Pearson, for H. Play ford : 

London, 1705. obi. i". ' K. 1. c. 24. 

MARSEILLES. The Marseilles March. 
S<-e Allons. Allons, enfans de la patrie, 
etc. [1795?] fol. H. 2821. (28.) 

MARSET (Joseph) Contradanzas Nuevas 
con sus Musicas, y Explicacion de Figuras, 
para el auo de 1774 . . . van adjuntas las 
de los Anos antecedentes, y 6. IMinues, etc, 
Joachin Ibarra : Madrid, [111 i.] obi. 12". 

K.' 8. i. 13. 

MARSH (John) Six Anthems, in Four 
Parts, with a Verse Sanctus & Kyrie 
Eleeson. 

Longman & Brodcrip, for the Author : 
London, [1790?] fol. ' H. 3170. 

The Christian's Glorious Triumph. Pope's 
. . . Ode, The Dying Christian to his 
Soul, set to Music, for a Single Voice and 
Piano Forte. Printed for Cnlliford, 

Rolfe and Barrow : London, ^1795 ?] fol. 

H. 2818. b. (28.) 
The City Feast, or ■Man of True Taste, a 
favorite Glee and Chorus with Instru- 
mental Parts. Preston d Son : 
London, [1190?] fol. H. 2818. b. (27.) 
An Overture and Eight Sonatinas, for the 
Pianc-Forte, with Accompaniments for a 
Violiu and Violoncello, etc. [Seimrate 
Parts.] Longman & Brodcrip, 
for the Author : London, [1795 ?] fol. 

g. 161. b. (10.) 



t)8 



LIARSH— MARTIN Y SOLAR 



MARSH (John) Au Overture & Six 
Pieces for the Organ. Preston : 

London, [ITUl.] obi. fol. d. 210. (1.) 
A Quartetto for two Violins, Tenor and 
Bass, composed in imitation of tlie Stile 
of Haydn's Opera Prima. [Separate 
Parts.] Printed for the Author : 

London, [11 9b '>] fol. g. 410. (4.) 

A Favorite Symphony in Thirteen parts, 
for a Grand Orchestra, etc. No. 6. 
Culliford <(• Co. : London, [1795 ?] fol. 

h. 3210. (16. a.) 
The Flauto part only. 
A Verse Anthem in four Parts, from the 
150"' Psalm, with an Accompaniment 
for the Organ ... To which are added Ten 
New P.salm Tunes . . . also Five Chants 
& Three Hymns in one of which (being 
for a Funeral) is a part for the Great Bell 
of a Church, c/c. Printed for the Author : 
London, [1785 ?] fol. H. 2815. d. (3.) 

Eighteen Voluntaries for the Organ. 
... To which is prefix'd an Explanation 
of the . . . Stops . . . With a few Thoughts 
on Style, Extempore Playing, etc. 
Preston i& Son : London, [17U1.] ohl. 4°. 

b. 162. a. (1.) 
Twenty Voluntaries for the Organ . . . 
Second sett. T. Preston : 

London, [1795?] ohl. 'i". b. 162. a. (2.) 
See Haendel (G. F.) [Selections and 
Arrangements, b. histrumental.'] Handel's 
Hallelujah . . . and Grand Coronation 
Anthem ; to which are prefix'd Two New 
Fugues ; ... for 2 Performers on one 
Organ or Harpsichord, by J. Marsh. 
[1780?] fol. H, 2815. d. (4.) 

(SVc Haydn (F. J.) [Symphonies. B.d'-H. 
No. 74.] A favorite Symphony. . .Adapted 
for the Harpsichord . . . with an Accom- 
panyment for a Violin by J. Marsh. 
[1790?] fol. h. 61. (14.) 

MARSHALL (Samuel) Three Songs, etc. 
D. Wright: [London, 1110 ?] fol. 

H. 1602. 
MARSHALL (William) Kinrara [and 
other Scotch tunes]. Urbani ct' Liston : 
Edinburgli, [1800?] fol. 

h. 1568. b. (14.) 

MARTHE. Marthe et Colin se sont mis 
en menage. Duo. 
[Paris,] 1737. s. sh. 4°. 297. b. 18. 

Mcrcurc de France, May, 1737. 

MARTHESIE, PREMltiREi REINE 
DES AMAZONES. Marth^'sie, Pre- 
miere Reine des Amazones 
See Destouches (A. C.) 

MARTILLA. Martilla. Song. 
See Barrett (J.) Organist. 

MARTILLO. Martillo. Song [begins: 
' Martillo whilst you patch your Face']. 
Sec Clarke (T.) 



Tragedie. 



MARTILLO. Cantata [begins: 'A 
Cypress Grove whose melancholly 
shade ']. 
SV'cHayden (G.) [Three Cantatas. No. 1.] 

MARTIN, Peu d' Argent. 
See Peu d'Argent (M.) 

MARTIN (FRAN901S) Rossignols, que 
pretendez-vous. Chanson. [Paris, 

1678.] s. sh. obi. i". P.P. 4482. 

Nouveau Mcrcurc Galanf, April, 1678, 
p. 38. 
MARTIN (Jean Blaise) Amants, craignes 
de perdre un jour. 
Sec infra : [Le Cabriolet Jaime.] 
[Le Cabriolet Jaune.] Amants, craignds 
de perdre un jour. Air du Cabriolet 
Jaunc. [Opera Bouffon.] Paroles de 
Segur. . .Arrange pour Piano par H. Jadin. 
Chez hnbault : Paris, [1800.] fol. 

G. 390. a. (4.) 

MARTIN (Jonathan) The Address to 
Sleep. [Song.] The Words by N. Rowe, 
etc. [London, 1739.] 8°. 249. e. 9. 

Gentlema7i's Magazine, Vol. IX., p>- 44. 

MARTIN (ViNCENz) 
Sec Martin y Solar (V.) 

MARTIN Y COLL (Antonio) Arte de 
Canto Llano, y Breve Resumen de sus 
principales Reglas para Cantores de Choro ; 
dividido en dos Libros : . . .Y afiadido en 
esta segunda impression con algunas ad- 
vertencias ; y el Arte de Canto de Organo, 
etc. Bernardo Peralto : Madrid, 1719. 4°. 

1042. g. 36. 

Slightly mutilated. Containing com- 
positions by C. Carcsano and F. Vals. 

MARTIN Y SOLAR (Vicente) Un 
alma costante. Sec infra : [L' Isola del 
Piacere.] 

L' Arhore di Diana. Der Baum der 
Diana. Eiue comische Oper in 2 Acten . . . 
Fiirs Clavier eingerichtet von C. G. Neefe. 
Bei N. Simrock : Bonn, [1790 ?] obi. fol. 

E. 244. d. 

Pieta, pieta di noi. The Favorite 

Quartett, etc. L. Lavenu : London, 

[1797.] fol. G. 424. (12.) 

[Pieta, pieta di noi.] See Elouis (J.) 

Pieta. The favorite Quartett ... [by 
V. Martin y Solar], for the Harp, etc. 
[1800?] fol. G-. 272. k. (10.) 

[Sereuo Raggio.] See Haunted 

Tower. Love from the Heart. A favourite 
Rondo [by V. INIartin y Solar], etc. 
[1790?] fol. H. 1601. b. (7.) 

Der Baum der Diana. 

Sec supra : L' Arbore di Diana, 

Blest was my vernal day. See infra: 
[Una Cosa Bara. Mi parve un di.] 



MARTIN Y SOLAR 



99 



MARTIN Y SOLAR (Vicente) Uu 
Bi'iccone scnza core. 
See infra : [ Una Cosa Puira.] 

Twelve Favorite Italian Canons for Three 
Voices with an Accompaniment for the 
Piano Forte or Harpsichord (by B. Sperati), 
etc. Longman and Brodeyip : London, 

[1794?] obi. fol. D. 370. (10.) 

XII. Canzonette Italiane accompagnate 
col Cembalo o Arpa o Chitarra, etc. 

Longman (C Brodcrip : London, 
[1790?] ohl. fol. E. 244. e. (1.) 

Six Italian Cauzonetts with English Trans- 
lations. . .With an Accompaniment for 
the Piano-Forte or Harp... The Italian 
by Del Ponte, the English by W. R. 
Lawrence. I'lintcd for Corri <£■ Dussck : 
Edinbnrgh, [1105?] fol. G. 424. a. (25.) 

Three Italian Canzonetts and Three 
Duetts, with an Accompaniment for the 
Piano Forte, etc. F. Linlcy : London, 

[1797.] obi. fol. E. 244. 

[La Capricciosa Corretta.] Ouverture und 
Gesiiuge aus der Oper : Die gebesserte 
Eigensinnige. . .im Klavieranszug, etc. 
N. Simrock : Bonn, [1800?] ohl. fol. 

E. 244. e. 
The first form of this opera was ' Gli 
Sposi in Contrasto,' produced at 
St. Petersburg about 1788. The 
Libretto, by Lorenzo da Ponte, was 
rewritten as ' La Capricciosa Cor- 
retta ' for Martini in London and 
produced there as ' La Scuola de' 
Maritaii' on Jan. 27, 1795. It 7cas 
IKrformcd at Lisbon in 1797 as ' La 
Capricciosa Corretta.' 

[For songs, &c., from this work as 

performed nndcr the name ' Gli Sposi in 
Contrasto ' :] See infra : \Gli Sposi in 
Contrasto.] 

[For songs, &c., from this work as per- 
formed under the name ' La Scuola de' IMari- 
tati ' :] See infra : [La Scuola de' Maritati.] 
Consola le pene. 
Sec infra : [Una Cosa Rara.] 
[Cna Cosa Rara.] Lilla oder Schonheit 
undTugend. Clavicrauszugv. A. Streicher, 
etc, J. M. Giitz : Mimic, etc. 
[1788 ?] ohl. fol. E. 244. f. 

[Una Cosa Rar^i. Another edition.] 
Lilla, etc. Atto L^ /. M. Giitz : 

Munic,etc. [1788?] oW. fol. E. 244. b. 

Una Cosa Rara o sia Bellezza ed Onesta. 
Lilla. Dramma giocoso in due atti . . . 
Ridotto i)er il Cembalo dal C. D. Steg- 
mann. N. Simrock : Bonna, 

[1800?] obi. fol. E. 244. a. 

Overture, etc. [P. F. and Violin.] 

See Opera Overtures. No. 1(-5) of the 

Opera Overtures, etc. No. 5. 

[1789.] fol. h. 61. (11.) 



MARTIN Y SOLAR (Vicente) Una 
Cosa Rara o sia Bellezza ed Onesta. 
Un briccone senza core. The Favorite 
Duet. . .in. . .La Cosa Rara. Pi. Birchall : 
London, [1795 ?] fol. H. 2815. c. (26.) 

Consola le pene. [Song.] Sung by Sig" 

Delicati, in. . .La Cosa Rara. Composed 
by I\Iess" IMartin & ]\Iazzinghi. [Full 
Score.] Longman and Brodcrip : London, 
[1789.] fol. G. 196. (4.) 

This song is not in the German and 
Italian editions of the opera. It ivas 
pirobably introduced by Mazzinghi in 
tlie London production. 

• The favorite Trio of Diro che perfida, 

with the celebrated Canone of Per pieta 
non vi sdegnate. . .in. . .La Cosa Rara. 
U. Birchall : London, [1800 ?] fol. 

G. 806. f. (47.) 

[Dolce mi parve un di.] 

See Siege of Belgrade. Blithe as the 
Hours of May. [Song, by V. IMartin y 
Solar], etc. [1791.] fol. G. 807. d. (71.) 

Lilla mia dove sei. Arietta, etc. 

Longman and Brodcrip : [London, 
1788.] fol. H. 345. (15.) 

[Mi parve un di.] Blest was my 

vernal day. [Song.] Sung by Sig''' 
Storace in the Siege of Belgrade. . .the 
Words by Mr. Rannie. Printed for 

G. Goulding : London, [1791.] fol. 

G. 806. c. (33.) 

[Pace caro mio sposo.] See Comus. 

Oh thou was born to please me... Duet 
[adapted from ' Pace caro mio sposo,'] etc. 
[1788.] fol. G. 354. (54.) 

See Storage (S.) The Siege of 

Belgrade, etc. [Partly arranged from 
V. Martini's ' Cosa Rara.'] 1791. obi. fol. 

D. 289. (4.) 

[For detached numbers, &c., published. 

anonymously :] See Cosa Rara. 

Diru che perfida che falsa sei. 
See supra : [Una Cosa Rara.] 

La Donna ha dolce il core. 

Sec infra : [La Scuola de' Maritati.l 

Die gebesserte Eigensinnige. 

See supra : [La Capricciosa Corretta.] 

Gia vicin e quel di. 

See infra ; [La Scuola de' Maritati.'] 

Guardami un poco. 

Sec infra : \_La Scuola de' Maritati.] 

Hal a hili hahamini. 

Sec infra : [U Isola del Piacere.]. 

Ho inteso su quel salice. 

See infra : [L' Isola del Piacere.] 

In questo secolo. 

See infra : [La Scuola de' Maritati.'] 

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100 



MARTIN Y SOLAR— MARTIXENGO 



ULABTIN Y SOIiAR (Yice>t:e) X' Isola 
del Piacere.] Uu alma costante, a favorite 
Air as sung by Sig" Morichelli, etc. 
J.Dale: London, 'lido.' fol. 

G. 199. [9.) 

Hala hili hahaniiui, a favorite duett 

as sung by Sig"' MoreUi it Sig' Cipriani, 
etc. J. Dale : London, [1795. fol. 

G. 198. (13.) 

Ho inteso sn quel salice, a favorite 

Duett as sung by Sig" Morichelli & Sig'' 
Morelli, etc. ' J. Dale : London, 

■:i795.] fol. G. 198. (12.1 

Nel caro seno, a favorite Air, as sung 

bv Sig''-' Morichelli, etc. J. Dale : 

London, :i795.] fol. G. 199. (7.) 

Quattro, nove, tutti sei. a favorite 

Trio as sung bv Sig'^ Morelli, Sig' Brida it 
M-' Kellv, etc. ' -J. Dale : 

London, :i795.] foL G. 198. ^19-^ 

Spun to una rosa, a favorite Romance 

as sung bv Sig''^ Morichelli, etc. J. Dale : 

London, ;i79o.] fol. G. 199. (8.) 

Lilla niia dove sei. 

See supra; 'Una Cosa Rara.J 

!Mirate, mirate. 

See infra : 'La Scnola de' Maritati.'] 

TSe\ caro seno. 

See supra : 'L'Isola del Piaccre."^ 

Nel cor mi sento im giubilo. 

See infra : [La Scnola de' Maritati.'^ 

Occhietto furbetto. See Vyr.r.^vET.T.A 

Kapita. Occhietto furbetto. Tlie Favorite 

Duett [bv Y. Martin v Solar"... in the 

Opera Yillanella Rapita. '1789 ?^ fol. 

G. 197. (6.) 
Per pieta non vi sdegnate. 
See supra : [ Una Cosa Rara.J 
Pieta. pieta di noi. 
See supra: 'L' Arbore di Diana.] 
Quattro, nove, tutti sei. 
See supra : [L' Lsola del Piacere.'} 
n Riso. 

See infra: [La Scnola de' Maritati.'j 
[La Scuola dei Maritati.] AHor che da 
pazzo sposai. See ELOtns (-J.) Allor che 
da pazzo. . . . [by Y. Martin y Solar[, 
arranged for the Harp, etc. '1800 ?" fol. 

g. 2'72. k.' (12.) 

La Donna ha dolce il core. Pollacca 

as sung by Signora Morichelli at the King's 
Theatre, etc. Printed for J. Dale : 

London, [1795.] fol. G. 811. (17). 

'Another edition. La donna ha dolce 

il core, etc." Printed for the Author : 

[London, 179o.[ fol. ' G. 199. (10.) 

Gia vicin e quel di, a favorite Air, as 

snng bv Sig' Brida, etc. J. Dale : 

London, [1795.[ fol. G. 199. (13.) 

Guardami un poco, [Song,[ as simg 

by Signora Morichelli, etc. 

Printed for the Author : 'London. 
1795.] fol. G. 199. (11.1 



MARTIN Y SOLAR (Yicente) [La 
Scuola Dei Maritati^ Guardami un poco. 
See Steibelt (D.) Steibelfs Eighteenth 
Pot-Pouri ... in which is introduced 

Martini's Air of 'Guardami un poco.' 

[1800 •?[ fol. g. 457. (5.) 

In questo secolo, a favorite Duett 

as sung by Sig' Morelli & Sig' Rovedino, 
etc. J. Dak : London, '"1795.^ fol. 

G. 198. (9.) 

Mirate, niirat«, a favorite Duett 

sung by Sig'' Morichelli & Sig. Morelli, 
etc. j' Dale : London, [1195.' fol. 

g: 198. (10.) 
Nel cor mi sento un giubilo, a favorite 



Air as sung by Sig'-* ^Morichelli, etc. 

■J. Dale : London, 
[1795.[ fol. G. 199. (12.) 

II Riso. A Canone, etc. [Begins: 

' Yadasi via di qua.'[ Performed ... in 

the Opera called ' La Scuola dei Maritati,' 

etc. Printed for the Author : London, 

[1795.[ fol. " G. 352. (29.) 

Tliis trio seems to have been introduced 

at the end of Scene XII., Act I. The 

words are not in the Libretto, as 

printed at Lisbon in 1797. 

Yedret* che Allegria, a favorite Duett 

as snng by Sig'-" Morichelli, & Sig' 
Cipriani, etc. J. Dale : London, 

[1795.1 fol. G. 198. (11.) 

Sereno raggio. Aria for the Piano Forte 
and Yoice. Longman aiid Broderij) : 

[London, 1190?: fol. H. 345. (28.) 

n Sogno. Cantata a tre voci . . . Publi- 
cata con una traduzione in Tedesco, e 
messa in ristretto per il Cembalo da 
G. G. Schicht.— Der Traum, etc. Ital. & 
Ger. In der Breitkopfischen 

Buchhandlung : Leipzig, [1790 ?"* obi. fol. 

P. 456. 

'Gli Sposi in Contrastc] Overtura [and 
i:3 detached numbers[ del Opera Gli Sposi 
in Contrasto per Clavicembalo. 11 Nos. 

Artaria e Comp. : Vienna, 
[1800 ■?[ ohl. fol. E. 244. g. 

This work is a version of- La Capricciosa 
Corretta.' Xos. 114 to 128 of ' Raccolta 
d' Arie.' Each number has a separate 
title and pagination. 
Spunto tma rosa. 
See supra : [L' lsola del Piacere.} 

Yedrete che allegria. 

.<ee supra: La Scuola de' Maritati.'] 

See Shield (W.) [The Crusade.] The 

Songs... in the. . .Crusade, [a Pasticcio,] 

composed by . . . Martin, etc. 

[1790.[ obi. fol. D. 293. b. 

MARTINUNGO (Giovanni Battista) 
Concert! Ecclesiastici a Una, Due, e Tre 
Yoci, e con Yiolini ... Opera Prima, etc. 
Canto. Per Gio. Francesco, ct frafelli 

Camagni : Milano, 166S. 1. E.'l441. 



MARTINEZ— MARTINI 



101 



MARTINEZ DE BIZCARGUI (Gox- 
9AL0) Arte de canto llauo y contrapunto 
y canto de organo co proporciones y 
modos breuemente copuesta, etc. (Intona- 
ciones segu vso de los modernos : que hoy 
cantan z intonan enla yglesia Romana. 
Corregidas y remiradas por G. martinez 
de Bizcargui, etc.) 2 pts. G. L. 
[Gcorg Coci ;] CaragO'-a, 1550. 8". 

K. 8. f. 7. 

MARTTNT ( ) :Martini's favorite Minuet. 

As performed by His Majesty's Guards, etc. 

I[oJi7!j E'lithcrford : Loiulou. 

1775?] s.sh.iol. " g. 232. e. (6.) 

See Hook (J.) Martini's ^liuuet, 

with Variations, ffc. ^1775?" fol. 

g. 271. a. (27.) 

See Taylor (R.) Martini's favorite 

Minuet with Variations for the Harpsi- 
cord or Piano Forte. [1775 ?] fol. 

g. 271. b. (42.) 

MARTINI (GiovANKi) il Tedcsco, j^seitd. 
[i.e. Johann Paul .Egidius Schwartzen- 
dorf] L'Amour est un enfant trompeur. 
Air. . . Avec Accomp' de Guittare. 
Clicz Imbault : [Paris, 1785 ? S\ 

B. 362. g. (80.) 

In Martini's ' Troisithw lieciwil d^ 

Petits Airs' tJtis sonci is calk'd 'La 

Fillc Curicuse.' 

[Another copy.] B. 362. a. (100.) 

Sec Amoir. L'Amour c>L un enfant 

Trompeur, etc. [By G. Martini.] 

[1795?] fol. G. 796. (2.) 

See Amovk. L'Amour un jour cher- 

choit partout . . . Air : L'Amour est un 
enfant trompeur [bv G. Martini . 
[1785?] 8". ' B. 362. g. (51.) 

See Ce. Ce petit Dieu, qu'on nomme 

amour. . .Suite ct meme air do I'Amour 
est un enfant trompeur. TBv G. Martini.] 
etc. [1790 ?] 8". B. 362. g. (57.) 

L'Amoureux de Quinze Ans, on La Double 
Fete, Com^die en trois Actes et en Prose, 
melee d'Ariettes. . .Les paroles sont de 
M. Laujon . . . Avec la Musique [of the 
concluding Ronde]. 1774. 
See Recueil. Recueil general des Opera 
Bouffons, etc. Tom. 7. 1777. S\ 

11735. b. 2. 
L'Amoureux de Quinze Ans, ou la Double 
Fete. Comedie en trois Actes et en Prose 
melee d'Ariettes . . . Les paroles sont de 
Mr. Laujon, etc. ffiuvre vii'\ 

All Bureau d'Abonnemcnt viusical : 
Poris, [1775?] fol. G. 266. 

Annette et Lubin, Op^ra Comique en mi 
Acte. . .Paroles de JI. Favart. Grave par 
Huguet, etc. [Full Score.] Porro : 

Paris, [1789.] fol, G. 266. d. 

Doux sommeil de I'indifference. 
Sec infra: [La Matinee d'unc Jolie 
FcJJivie.] 



MARTINI (GiovAN-xi) i7i Tedcsco, pseud. 
Le Droit du Seigneur. Comedie en trois 
Actes et en Prose, etc. TFuU Score.] 
Chez Bruru^t: Paris, [1783.] fol. 

G. 266. a. 

Airs du Droit du Seigneur et Trois 
Romances Nouvelles avec Accompagne- 
ment de Harpe ou Forte Piano, etc. 
Chez Des L'auriers : Paris, '1784.] fol. 

G. 266. e. (1.) 

Vous enflammez, et pour longtems. 

Chanson, etc. (Parol, de 'M. Desfontaines.) 
[Paris,] 1784. 8°. 297. g. 6. 

Mercure dc France, Feb., 1784, p. 102. 
'For songs, &c., published separately :] 



See Droit dv Seigneur. 

La Fille aux Trois Rois. Air... Avec 
Accomp' de Guittare. Chez Imbault : 

i'aris, [1780?] S". B. 362. b. (85.) 

Henry iv. Drame Lyrique en Trois 
actes et en Prose mel6 d'Ariettes. Re- 
presents pour la premiere fois...le 14 
Novembre 1774, etc. [Libretto by B. 
Farmian de Rosi.] Grav6 par ^I. Huguet. 
[Full Score.] Chez Ic S' Si<-bcr : Paris, 
[1785?] fol. G. 266. c. 

[Overture.] A Collection of Over- 
tures and Symphonies. By. . .Martini, etc. 
[No. 3.] [1797.] 

See Periodical Publications. — Londoii.- 
The Piano-Forte ^Magazine. Vol. 11. 
No. 5. [1797-1802.] 8". D. 854. 

Ouverture et Entreacte d' Henry iv. 

a Grande Orchestro, etc. [Separate Parts.] 

Longman and Broderip : London, 

[1790?] fol. g. 212. (8.) 

Pour un peuple aimable et sensible. 

Bonde, etc. [Paris,] 1775. s. sh. S". 

298. e. 34. 
Mercure de France, Jan., 1775. 

[Pour un peuple aimable.] 

See Depuis. Depuis que la France respire 
. . .Chanson parodiee sur la Ronde d' Henri 
IV. [1775?] 8". B. 362. (28.) 

[For songs, &c., in Henri Quatre, 

published anonymously :] 
See Henri Quatre. 

[La Matinee d'une Jolie Femme.] Doux 
Sommeil de I'indifftTence. Romance... 
Avec Accomp' de Guittare. 
Chez Imbault : Paris, [1794 ?] 8^ 

B. 362. b. (178.) 

Doux sommeil de I'indifference. 

Bomance, etc. [Words by L. J. B. E. 
Vig6e. Full Score.] Chez Prault I'aini : 
Paris, 1794. 8^ 11738. o. 32. (5.) 

Publislied at tJw end of Vigc'e's Comedy^ 
icith separate pagination. 



102 



MARTINI 



MARTINI (Giovanni) il Tedesco, pseud. 
Melopee Moderne ou I'Art du Chant, 
r^duit en Principes, dc. Chez M'' Boycr : 
Paris, [1792 ?] fol. G. 266. e. (4.) 

Le Novice de La Trappe. [Song.] 
[Words] Du Ch" de Florian. [Paris, 

1790?] 8". B. 862. a. (102.) 

Plaisir d' Amour. 

[For editions of this song published 

anonymously :] See Plaisir. 

Sec Naderman (P. J.) Deuxieme 

Pot-Pourri suivi de Plaisir d' Amour varie, 
etc. [1800?] fol. h. 173. b. (12.) 

Pour un peuple aimable et sensible. 
See supra : [Henri Quatre.] 
Priere pour le Roi, a Grand Orchestre, etc. 
[Full Score.] Imiyrimec et puhliie par M. 
de Curt. . .chez Birchall : [London, 1793.] 
fol. H. 1677. (35.) 

Que nos voix, nos lyres altieres. Le 
Chant du 1"" VendtHniaire, sur la fondation 
de la Republique, par ]\I. J. Chenier. 
Au Magasin dc Mnsiquc a V usage des Fetes 
Nationales : [Paris, 1798.] 8°. 

E. 1717. b. (42.) 

11"'" Recueil de Petits Airs de Chant avec 
Accompagnement de Piano-Forte ou de 
Harpe, c^c. Clicz Des L'anricrs : Paris, 
[1785?] fol. G. 266. e. (2.) 

Troisieme Recueil de Petits Airs de Chant 
avec Accompagnement de Piano-Forte ou 
de Harpe, etc. Chez M>' Boyer : Paris, 
[1790?] fol. G. 266. e. (3.) 

Rondes, Ariettes et Romances, avec 

Accompagnements de Piano Forte, etc. 

Puhliepar M. de Curt : [London, 

1790?] obl.iol. E. 600. z. (5.) 

This work contains three songs by Count 

A. de Bausset. 

Sapho, Tragedie en trois Actes...par la 
Citoyenne Pipeler . , . Grave par le C" 
Lobry. [Full Score.] Chez VAuteur : 

Paris, [1794.] fol. G-. 266. b. 

Sinfonia a piu Stromenti Obligati, etc. 
[Separate Parts.] Chez Cousincau : 

Paris, [1780 ?] fol. g. 474. (26.) 

Source de I'existence. Hymne a V Agricul- 
ture, paroles de la Citoyenne Pipelet. 
Au Magasin de Musique a V usage des Fetes 
Nationales : [Paris, 1796.] 8". 

E. 1717. b. (33.) 
Sei Trio a Grand' Orchestra. . .Opera vi. 
[Separate Parts.] Au Bureau d'Abonne- 
vient Musical : Paris, [1775 ?] fol. 

g. 1010. 

Vous enflammez, et pour longtems. See 
supra: [Le Droit du Seigneur.'] 

See Agus (H.) Solf6ges. . .pour servir a 
r^tude dans le Conservatoire de Musique 
a Paris par . . . Agus . . . Martini, etc. 
[1795?] fol. H. 2851. 



MARTINI (Giovanni) il Tedesco, pseud. 
See Shield (W.) [The Crusade.] The 
Songs... in the. . .Crusade, [a Pasticcio,] 
composed by. . .Martini, etc. 
[1790.] obi. fol. D. 293. b. 

MARTINI (Giovanni Battista) Sessan- 
tuno Canoni a due, tre, e quattro voci, etc. 
[Bologna, 1780 ?] 8". E. 225. b. 

Compendio della Teoria de' Numeri per 
uso del Musico. [Bologna,] 1769. 4\ 

557*. c. 21. (9.) 

A presentation copy from the author. 

Duetti da Camera, etc. Volpe : 

[Bologna, 1763.] obi. fol. E. 225. 

TJie last leaf is mutilated. 

Esemplare o sia Saggio Foudamentale 
Practico di Contrappunto sopra il Canto 
Fermo, etc. 2 pts. Per Lclio dalla Volpe : 
Bologna, 1774[-5]. 4°. F. 171. 

Contaiyiing compositions by G. Ani- 
muccia, A. Cifra, G. B. Corvo, P. 
Falconio, G. C. Gabusso, G. Minarti, 
C. Morales, J. Navarro, G. Nitrami, 
M. Olstani, D. Ortiz, G. P. Palestrvna, 

B. Pasquale, P. Pontio, C. Porta, 
A. Rota, A. Willaert, T. Tj. Yittoria. 
G. Zarlino, P. Agostino, L. Barbieri, 
F. Baroni, 0. Bencvoli, G. A. 
Bernabci, C. Caresana, F. Foggia, 

C. Gesualdo (Prince of Venosa), A. 
Lotti, B. Marcello, L. Marenzio, C. 
Monteverde, A. Pacchioni, G. A. 
Perti, C. Piochi, A. Predieri, G. A. 
Biccieri, A. Scarlatti, A. Stradclla, 
A. Steffani, and F. Tuvini. 

[Another copy.] 785. 1. 27. 

Lettere del P. M. Giambatista Martini 
. . .e del P. D. Giovenale Sacchi. . .intorno 
alle Quinte successive nel Contrappunto. 
G. Marelli : Milano, 1782. 4°. 

981. h. 5. 
Part of Tom. V. of ' Opuscoli scelti sulle 
scienze e sulle arti, etc' 

Litaniae atque Antiphonae Finales B. 
Virginis Marite . . . Quatuor Vocibus con- 
cinendse cum Organo, & Instrumentis ad 
libitum. . .Opus primum. Cantus. (Altus.) 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Violiuus Primus 
(Secundus).) (Organum.) (Bassus Con- 
tiuuus.) 8 pts. Ex Typographia Luiii a 
Yulpe : Bononix, 1734. 4°. D. 238. 

[Another copy.] D. 238. a. 

Senate d' Intavolatura per 1' Organo, e '1 
Cembalo, etc. M. C. Le Ccnc : 

Amsterdam, [1742.] fol. g. 67. 

Storia della Musica, etc. 8 Tom. 

Per Lclio dalla Volpe : Bologna, 
1757(-1781). 4". 557*. e. 9. 

Vol. II. is dated 1770. 



:»IAETINI— MASCITTI 



103 



MARTINI (Giovanni Battista) Storia 
della Musica, dc. 2 Tom. L. P. 

Fer Lclio dalla Volpe : Bologna, 
1757 (-1770). fol. 129. h. 7. 

In this edition there is an engraved 
frontispiece, and each page is sur- 
rounded by an ornamental border. 

[Another copy.] 556. g. 13. 

See CoEFE (Joseph) Sacred Music . . . 
Consisting of. . .Anthems. . .adapted to. . . 
Music of. . .Martini, etc. [1800?] fol. 

I. 250. a. 
See DoNi (G. B.) lo. Baptistse Doni... 
Lyra Barberina, etc. (De' Trattati di 
IMusica . . . Tomo Secondo . . . Aggiuntovi 
un Lessico delle voci musiche, e 1' iudice 
generale, per opera e studio del P. Slaestro 
G. B. Martini, etc.) 17G3. fol. 

558*. e. 15. 
See ExiMEXO (A.) Duhbio. . .sopra il 
Saggio di Contrappunto del... Padre G. 
Martini. 1775. 4'. 557*. f. 4. (2.) 

See Zanotti (F. M.) Lettere. . .del Pad. 
G. Martini ... Nelle quale si . . . risolvono 
alcuni dubbj appartenenti al trattato : 
Delia divisione del Tempo, etc. 178:2. 4". 

557*. e. 6. (2.) 
MARTINI (Giuseppe San) 
Sec San Mabtini. 

MARTINI (ViNCENzo) 
See IMaktin y Solar. 

MARTINIS (Joannes Martinus ex) 
See SiMLER (J. W.) Philomela, quai ais 
Canzuns Spirituales. . .Sun eir adjuoctas 
alchiiuas Canzuns ant co huossa componi- 
das da meis Rev: chiar Bap. ^lartino ex 
Martinis, etc. 1G14. 12". 3433. aa. 35. 

MARTINO (FiLLipo) Sonate da Camera 
a Violoncello Solo, col Basso Continue. . . 
Opera 1*. . .Grav6 par M"'= Estien. Chez le 
S'- Le Clcrc : Paris, [1745 ?] fol. 

g. 225. b. (5.) 
Wanti)ig pp. 1 and 2. TJie last iivo 
leaves are mutilated. 

MARTYN (Bendall) Fourteen Sonatas 
for Two Violins with a Bass for the 
Violoncello and a Through Bass for the 
Harpsichord. [Separate Parts.] 

Printed for I. Walsh: London, 
[1765?] fol. g. 242. (2.) 

MARTYR. ]Martvr de la Liberte. Chant. 
See GossEC (F. J.) 

MARY. Mary. Ballad [begins: ' Tho' 
keen the wind ']. See Biggs (E. S.) 
Mary I believ'd thee true. Song. 
See Stevenson (Sir J. A.) 
Mary of Castle Cary. Song. 
See Saw. Saw ye my wee thing, etc. 
[1795?] fol. G. 356. (66.) 

Mary of the Mead. [Song.] 
Sec Hook (J.) 



MARY. Marv, the Beauty of Buttermere 
Vale. [Song.] See Hook (J.) 

Clary's Bower. Song. 

See Hook (J.) 

Mary's Death at Sandy's Tomb. [Song.] 

See Relfe (J.) 

Mary's Dream. [Song.] 

See Relfe (J.) 

Mary's Tomb. Ballad. See FisiN (J.) 

MARY MAGGIE. Mary Macgie's Dream. 
[Song.] See Lady. 

MARY SCOT. Mary Scot. [Song.] 
See Happy. Happv's the Love that meets 
return. [1730?] s.'sh.iol. G. 308. (43.) 

MARY THERESA LOUISA [of Savoy 
Carignan], Princess de Luniballe. Ro- 
mance composee par Madame la Princesse 
de Lamballe. Avec un Rondeau de A. C. 
Furtado, etc. Chez M'' Bouin : Paris, 

•1791.] obi. fol. e. 104. (7.) 

MARYBONE. :\Iarybone Fair. [Song.] 
See Would. Would you please gentle 
Neighbours, etc. [1770.] s. sh. fol. 

G. 313. (231.) 

MARZIS (Pasqualino de) 

Sec I'ASgiALINI DE INLVRZI. 

MASCARADE DU PARNASSE. La 

^lascarade du Parnasse, Comedie en un 
acte & en vers . . . Par ^lonsieur Pesselier. 
[With the voice-parts of the concluding 
I)ivertissement.] Chez Prault pi-re : 

Paris, 1737. 8". 163. d. 20. 

MASCHERA (Florentio) Libro prime 
de Canzoni da sonare, a Quatro Voci . . . 
Nouamente. . .ristampate. Canto. (Alto.) 
(Tenore.) (Basso.) 4 pts. 

Appresso Picciardo Amadino : Venetia, 
1588. 4". K. 1. k. 5. 

MASCITTI (Michele) Solos for a Violin 
with a Thorough Bass for the Harpsicord 
or Bass Violin. Opera Prima. 

Printed for I. Walsh (ۥ I. Hare : 
London, [1110 '>} fol. g. 422. (3.) 

Twelve Solos for a Violin with a Thorough 
Bass for the Piano Forte or Violoncello . . . 
Opera Prima and Seconda. Revised and 
Corrected. Printed for J. Sturge : 

Bristol, [1800 ?] fol. g. 672. a. 

Solos for a Violin with a Thorough Bass 
for the Harpsicord or Bass Violin . . . 
Opera Quarta. Printed for I. Walsh (& 

I. Hare : London, [1710?] fol. 

g. 422. (4.) 
Solos for a Violin with a Thorough Bass 
for the Harpsicord or Bass Violin . . . 
Opera Sexta. Printed for I. Walsli and 
L Hare : Lo7idon, [1715?^ fol. g. 672. 

Sonate a Violino Solo col Violino [sic] o 
Cimbalo . . . Opera Prima. Libro Prime. 

Chez E. Roger : Amsterdam, 
[1704 ?] obi. fol. e. 368. c. (7.) 



104 



IIASCITTI— MASQUERADE 



MASCITTI (JIichelk) Senate a Due 
Violini Violoncello e Basso Contiiiuo... 
Opera Prima. Libro Secondo. [Separate 
Parts.] CJicz K. Bogcr : 

Amsterdam, [llOi?] fol. g. 274. c. (2.) 
Sonate da camera a Violino Solo col 
Violone o Cimbalo. . .Opera Seconda. 

Chez E. Bogcr : Amsterdam, 
[1705 ?] obi. fol. e. 26. 

Sonate da Camera a violino solo col 
violone o cembalo. . .Opera Terza. . .Grave 
par H. de Bausseu. Che.? Foucaut : 

Farigi, 1707. [1731.] obi. fol. e. 26. a. 

The privilege at the end is dated 1731. 
Sonate a Due Violini, Violoncello e Basso 
Continuo. . .Opera Quarta. Libro Secondo. 
[Separate Parts.] Chez E. Roger : 

Amsterdam, [1704 ?] fol. g. 672. c. 

Sonate a Violino solo e Basso . . . Opera 
Quinta. Fuucault : Parigi, 1714. fol. 

h. 197. (1.) 
XII. Sonate a Violino Solo e Basso 
Continuo. . .Opera Quinta. 
Chez E. Roger: Amsterdam, [1720?] fol. 

g. 672. e. 
Sonatas of three Parts, for two Violins & 
a Bass with a thorough Bass for y Organ 
Harpsicord or arch Lute. . .Opera Quinta. 
[Separate Parts.] Printed for J. Walsh 
d J. Hare : London, [1710 ?] fol. 

g. 672. b. 

Sonate a Violino solo e Basso . . . Opera 
Sesta. Ce Sixieme Livre renferme quiuze 
Sonates. La derniere est a trois parties 
dont la seconde est faite pour estre jouee 
par la Basse de Viole ou par le Violoncello. 
Boivin: Parigi, 1122. fol. h. 197. (2.) 

Sonate a Violino Solo col Violone o Cim- 
balo. . .Opera Sesta. CJiez Roger (C 
M. C. le Ccnc : Amsterdam, [1725 ?] fol. 

g. 672. d. 

[12 Sonatas for Violin Solo, with an ac- 
companiment for the Harpsichord.] 
[London? 1730?] fol. g. 420. a. (2.) 
Wantingthe title and pp. 1-2. Probably 
Op. 1, 8 or 9. 
MASI (G1ROLA.M0) Twelve Original Ger- 
man Waltzes for the Piano-Forte or Harp 
with an Accompaniment for the Tam- 
bourine, Triangle, &c. arranged by G. 
INIasi. Broderip £ Wilkinson : London, 
[1799?] fol. g. 231. (4.) 

MASON (George) and EARSDEN 
(John) The Ayres that were sung and 
played, at Brougham Castle in Westmer- 
land, in the Kings Entertainment : Giuen 
by the Right Honourable the Earle of 
Cumberland, and His Right Noble Sonne 
the Lord Clifford. Thomas Snodham : 

London, 1618. fol. K. 8. h. 7. 

MASON (John) The Admiring Lover. 
[Song.] [London, nm?] s. sh. iol. 

G. 315. (153.) 



MASON (U.) Three Duetts for a Violin 
and Violoncello, in which are introduced 
some favorite Airs... Op. iv. [Separate 
Parts.] L. Lavenu, for the Author : 

London, [1800 ?] fol. "g. 421. e. (5). 

Six Solos for the Violoncello. TJie Author : 
London, [1795 ?] fol. g. 513. 

MASQUE OF FLOWERS. The 

INIasque of Flowers. Presented by the 
Gentlemen of Graies-Inne, at the Court 
of White-Hall, . . . vpon Twelfe night, 1613. 
Being the last of the solemnities. . .which 
were performed at the marriage of the . . . 
Earle of Somerset, and the Lady Francis 
daughter of the Earle of Suffolke, etc. 
[By I. G., W. D. and T. B. With the 
vocal music, by J. Coprario ?] 

N. 0., for Robert Wilson: Jjondon, 
1614. 4". Case 34. b. 33. 

The music of this masque (here for four 
voices) is also pi-intcd in Br. Wil- 
son's "Chce^full Ayres or Ballads set 
for three voices," Oxford, 1G60 ; but, 
altho7igh there bearing his name, it can 
hardly have been composed by him so 
early as 1618. 

161. a. 57. 



[Another copy.] 
[Another copy.] 



Gren. 11215. 



MASQUERADE. The King of Denmark's 
]\Iasquerade. [IMusette and Minuet. P. F.] 
[Lo7(do», 1766?] s.sh.ioL 

H. 1994. a. (161.) 
The Masquerade. [Song, begins : ' See 
to join the revel rout.'] 
Sec DiBDiN (C.) [Great Neivs.] 

The ]\Iasquerade. Catch. 

See Do. Do you know me ? etc. 

[1780?] fol. G. 307. (174.) 

The Masquerade, [^oiig-] 

See Once. Once Jupiter's Lady, call'd 

Juno the Scold. [1780 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (265.) 
The Masquerade. Song. 
Sec While. While none but the Great 
can conveniently go. [1775 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 313. (207.) 
The ^Masquerade Ballad. 
See 0. 0, a Masquerade's a fine Place. 
[1720 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1601. (345.) 

The Masquerade Song. 

See Ye. Ye ]Medley of Mortals, etc. [By 

W. Defesch.] [1749 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 305. (174.) 
The Masquerade Song. 
Sec Ye. Ye Medley of Mortals, etc. [By 
W. Defesch.] [1749.] 8°. P.P. 5438. z. 

The Masquerade Song. 

Sec Ye. Ye Medley of Mortals, etc. [By 

W. Defesch.] [1749.] 8". 249. c. 19. 



MASSAINO— MASSES 



105 



MASSAINO (TiBUETio) II Terzo Libro 
de Madrigali a Cinque Voci. . .Nouamente 
Composto, & dato luce. Canto. (Alto.) 
(Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 pts. 

Apprcsso Angdo Gardano : Vcnetia, 
1587. obi. 4". A. 283. b. 

II Quarto Libro de ]Madrigali a Cinque 
Voci . . . Nouamente composto & dato in 
luce. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) (Basso.) 
(Quinto.) 5 pts. 

Apprcsso Angelo (uirdano : Venctia, 
1594. obi. 4". A. 283. c. 

Tiburtii Massaini . . . IMotectorum cum 
Quinque, et Sex Vocibus Liber Primus, etc. 
Cantus. (Altus.) (Bassus.) (Quintus.) 4 pts. 

Apud loscphnm Guiglielnium : Venctiis, 

157G. obi. 4". A. 283. 

Wanting 2)p. 15-30 of the Cantus, wJiicJi 

have been supplied in MS. 

]\Iotectorum Quinque Vocum . . . Liber 

Tertius. Cantus. 

Ajjud Angclum Gardanuvt : ]'cnefiis, 
1590. 4'\ C. 226. 

Musica per Cantare con 1' Organo, ad Una, 
Due, & Tre Voci . . . Opera Trentesima 
seconda. Nouamente Composta, etc. 
Soprano. (Tenore.) (Basso.) 3 pts. 

Apprcsso Alessandro liauerij : Vcnetia, 
1607. 4". D. 56. a. 

Tiburtii Massaini. . IMusica super Threnos 
leremie Prophete in maiori Hebdomada 
decantandas. Quinque \'ocibub. Cantus. 
(Altus.) (Quintus.) 3 pts. 

Apud liicciarduui Amadiuum : Vcnctijs, 
1599. 4". D. 56. b. 

Sacri Cantus Quinque Paribus Vocibus 
concinendi . . . Liber Secuudus. Cantus. 
(Altus.) (Bassus.) (Quintus.) 5 pts. 

Apud Angclum Gardanum : Vcnctijs, 
1580. obi. 4'\ A. 283. a. 

Sacrae Cantiones Sex Vocibus Gantandae 
. . .Liber Secundus, etc. Sextus. 
Apud Uicciardum Amadiuum : Vcnctijs, 
1596. 4°. D. 56. 

Tiburtii Massaini Sacri Modulorum Con- 
centus. Qui, Senis, 7, 8, 9, 10, ac Duodenis 
vocibus in duos tresue Choros coalescentes, 
non minus Instrumentorum, quam vocum 
barmouia suauiter concini possunt, etc. 
Cantus. (Cantus sec.) [Pp. 25-27 of Ten. & 
Bass, sec.] 3 pts. 

Apud Angclum Gardanum : Vcnctijs, 
1592. 4". C. 226. a. 

MASSANUS (Joannes Feanciscus) 
Sec GuiDETTi (G.) Directorium Chori. . . 
auctum & emendatum a Joanne Francisco 
Massano, etc. 1604. 8». A. 218. 

MASSENZIO (DoMEXico) Sacri Mottetti 
a Due, et a Piu Voci... con la sequenza 
di pentecoste, & Letanie, & in fine 
Gloriosa Domina, con il Basso Continue 
per r Organo . . . Libro Quinto, Opera 



Decima. Canto Prime. (Canto Secondo.) 
(Alto.) (Basso per 1' Organo.) 4 pts. 

Apprcsso Paolo Masotti : Roma, 
1631. 4". D. 55. 

MASSES. [Arranged chronologically.^ 
IMissarum diuerso"^ auctoru5 Liber 
primus. Si dedero Oberth [i.e. Hobrecht]. 
Defra3a. Philippus basiron. Dringhs 
Brumel. Nastu pas Gaspar. De sancto 
Antonio Piero de la rue. (Libri primi 
missa,^ Diuersoru5 auto';^; A (T) (B).) 
4 pts. per Octauiani'i Petrutiu^, Vcnctijs, 
1508. obi. 4". K. 1. d. 8. 

Liber Quindecim Misfarum Electarum 
quae per Excellentissimos Musicos com- 
positae fueruut. 

|> Andream Antiquu de Mutona Sociora 
suinptibus : Eo7nc, 1516. fol. 

K. 9. a. 12. 

This collection contains 15 masses for 

four voices by Brumel, Fevin, Josquin, 

Jo. Mouton, Pierre de la Rue, Pippclare 

and Petrus Rosselli. 

]Missarum Liber primus. T[enor]. 

[Andreas Anfiquus : Venice, 

1520 ?] obi. 8". K. 8. b. 7. (1.) 

Containing two itnnamcd masses by 

Joannes Mouton and Aiulreas de 

Sylva. 10 leaves, jmged 13-22. 

^lissarum diuersorum authorum Liber 

Secundus. Tfenor]. [Andreas Antiquus : 

Venice, 1520 ?J obi. 8°. K. 8. b. 7. (2.) 

Containing masses by J. Mouton, ' Supra 

verbum bonum,' and by Gascogne, 

' Supra Benedictus.' 12 leaves, paged 

13-24. 

Liber Quindecim IMissarum, a Praestant- 
issimis IMusicis compositarum,f/c. Tenor. 
(Discantus.) (Contrateuor.) (Bassus.) 
4 pts. Apud lolian. Pctrcium : 

Norimbcrgae, 1539. obi. 4". K. 3. c. 6. 

TJie full title only occurs in the Tenor 
part. The composers of this collection 
are: Josquin, A. Brumel, H. Isaac, 
Lupus, P. de la Rue, F. de Layolle, 
G. Braitengrasscr, J. Ockekem and 
P. Molu. 

Sex Misse. Liber Primus IMissarum Sex. 
Cum Quatuor Vocibus ex Diuersis Author- 
ibus Excellentissimis nouiter in unum 
congestus, etc. Tenor. 

Apud Antonium Gardanc : Vcnctijs, 
1544. obi. 4". A. 61. a. 

The date has been altered in MS. to 
1594. The composers arc: Lupus, 
Verdelot, Jachet Berchcm, Hcdin and 
Finot. 

Liber Secundus missarum Quatuor Vocum 
a Prestantissimis Musicis. Nempe loan. 
Lupo hellingo. & Thoma Cricquillione, etc. 



lOG 



:MASSES— MATHEWS 



Superius. (Contra Tenor.) (Tenor.) 
(Bassus.) 4 pts. 

Apnd Tielmannum Sitsato: Antuerjne, 

1545. 4°. K. 2. e. 5. (2.) 
TJiis collection contains tioo masses by 

Hellinc, three hij Cn'quilloii, cnid one 

by A. Barbe. 
Liber Primus IMissarum Quinque Vocum, 
a Diuersis musicis Compositarum, etc. 
Superius. (Contra Tenor.) (Tenor.) 
(Bassus.) (Quinta Pars.) 5 pts. 

Apud Tylmannnm Siisato : Antneviniv, 

154G. 4". K. 2. e. 5. (1.) 

This collection contains four viasscs by 

Tylman Siisato, T. Criquillon and 

P. de Manchicoart. 

Liber Tertius ]\Iissaruin Quatuor Vocum, 
a Diuersis Musicis Compositarum, etc. 
Superius. (Contra Tenor.) (Tenor.) 
(Bassus.) 4 pts. 

Apnd Tylmannnm Susato: Antue}pi:i\ 

1546. 4°. K. 2. e. 5. (3.) 
This collection contains five masses by 

Lupus Hellinc, J. Eichafort, J. Mouton, 
T. Creq^uillon and P. de Manchicoart. 

Quinque Missarum Harmonia Diapente 
id est Quinque Voces Referens, etc. Su- 
perius. (Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 
(Quintus.) 5 pts. 

Apud Antonium Gardane : Venetijs, 

1547. obi. 4". K. 3. e. 5. 
Containing five masses by Morales, 

Jachet BercJiem and Lupus. 

Missa in Octaua S. Dionysii Areopagitte, 
et Sociorum Martyrum. Ad vsum Regalis 
Ecclesiie eiusdem S. Dionysij in Francia, 
etc. MS. NOTES. Ex Ojficiui 

Bobcrti Ballard : Parisiis, 1658. 4". 

K. 8. e. 21. 
Messa e Salmi dedicati al Eeuerendissimo 
Signor Bernardo. . .Abbate del...Monas- 
tero a SS. Udalrico & Afra, etc. [With a 
preface signed by the ' Choro de' Musici 
a S. Udalrico.'] Canto i. (Alto concert.) 
(Tenore concert.) (Basso concert.) (Or- 
gano.) 5 pts. 

Appresso A. Erfurt. Ad instanza di 
G. Weh: Augusta, 1662. 4". D. 1010. 

MASSON (Charles) Nouveau Traite des 
Regies pour la Composition de la ]Musique 
. . .Troisieme Edition, revue & corrig^e. 
Chez G. Ballard : Paris, 1705. S''. 

7898. a. 14. (1.) 

Nouveau Traite des Regies pour la Com- 
position de la Musique . . . Quatrieme 
Edition, revue & corrigee. Aux depens 

d' E. Roger: Amsterdam, [1710?] 8". 

1042. k. 13. (2.) 

MASSONNEAU (Louis) Trois Duos Con- 

certants pour Violon et Violoucelle . . . 

CEuvre ix. [Separate Parts.] Chez 

Mutzenbechcr : Hambourg, [1800 ?] fol. 

f. 132. (5.) 



MASSONNEAU (Louis) Trois Quatuors 
pour deux Violous, Alto et Violoncelle . . . 
Oeuvre 4'"". [Separate Parts.] 

J. Andre': Offenbach snr le Mein, 
[1795?] fol. ■ h. 79. (1.) 

Six Quatuors Concertants pour Deux 
Violous, Alto Viola & Violoncelle . . . 
Oeuvre viii. [Separate Parts.] 
J.Schmitt: Amsterdam, [1795?] fol. 

h. 79. (2.) 

MATAUSCHEK (Antox) Trois Sonatas 
pour le Clavecin ou Piano-forte. . .Oeuv. 14. 
Liv. 3"'^ Chez T. Weigl: Vienne, 

[1800?] obi. fol. e. 458. 

MATCH. A Match at Stool-Ball. Song. 
See Come. Come all, great, small, etc. 
[1715 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1601. (120.) 

The :\Iatch Boy. Song. See Hook (J.) 

MATCHLESS. Matchless as when 
Venus. 'fJic Acrostick. [Song.] Set for 
the German Flute. [London, 

1760?] s.sh.iol. H. 1994. (42.) 

The IMatchless Fair. [Song.] 

See When. When Beauteous Fair 

Camilla deigns. [1745?] s. s/(. fol. 

G. 305. (242.) 

The Matchless Fair. [Song.] 

See When. When beauteous fair Camilla 

deigns. [1747.] S'\ P.P. 5438. z. 

MATCHLESS MAID OF MORPETH. 

The Matchless Maid of Morpeth. [Can- 
tata.] See Moulds (J.) 

MATERNAL. ]\Iaternal Tenderness. 
Canzonet. See Jacob (B.) 

MATHEO, de Aranda. Tractado S cato 
llano nueuamente compuesto, etc. German 
Gallarde : Lixboa, 1533. 4°. K. 1. f. 2. 

38 leaves, without p)agination. 
fl[ Tractado de canto mcsurable : y contra- 
pucto : nueuamete cupuesto, etc. 
German Galhard : Lixboa, 1535. 4'\ 

K. 1. f. 3. 
86 leaves, without pagination. 

MATHEWS (J.) The Glorious Fifteenth 
of May. A Loyal Glee, to perpetuate the 
late providential Escape of the King, etc. 
J. Matheios : Bath, [1800.] fol. 

G. 352. (30.) 

Howe and the Glorious First of June. A 
new Song, written by Earl IMulgrave. 
The Air composed ... by J. Mathews. 
Arranged for the Harpsichord or Piano 
Forte bv R. Peck, etc. J. Mathews : 

Bath, [1794.] fol. G. 376. (25.) 

IMarriage has its Pleasures various, a New 
Two Part Song, etc. J. Mathews : 

Bath, [1795 ?] fol. G. 354. (23.) 

Nelson & the Tars of Old England, a New 
Song [on] . . . Sir Horatio Nelson's Victory 
over the French Fleet, etc. J. Mathews : 
Bath, [1798.] fol. G. 376. (26.) 



MATHEWS— MATTEIS 



107 



MATHEWS (J.) The Pleasures of Spring. 
A Favorite Duett Original. 1800, etc. 
Dale, etc. : London, [1800.] fol. 

G. 354. (50.) 
The Western Volunteer. A New Song, 
adapted for the Piano Forte, Guitar, 
German Flute, One, or Two Voices, etc. 

Frintcd for I. Matlunrs : 
Bath, [1800 ?] fol. G. 366. (32.) 

See Cease. Cease, Leonora, cease to 
mourn . . . Duett, adapted with a Bass by 
the Author of the Pleasures of Spring 
[J. Mathews]. [1800 ?] fol. 

G. 354. (48.) 
See also : M., J. 

MATHIAS (Hermann) La Battaglia 
Taliana. . .Con Alcune Villotte Piaceuole 
Nouamente. . .Sstampate & Corrette, e/c. 
Superius. Ajorcsso di Antonio Gaidanc : 
Vcncfia, 1549. obi. 4". A. 260. 

Cantuum Quinque Vocum — quos ilotetta 
vocant — . . . Liber Primus. Nunc primum 
in lucem editus, etc. Bassus. 
Ajnid Francisciim et Simonem Moschoiios : 
Mediolani, 1555. obi. 4". A. 260. a. 

MATHIEU (Mathias) D. R. Karap- 
huyzens Stichtelyke Rymen...vermeerdert 
met eenige nieugecomponeerde wijzen 
door M. Mathieu, etc. 1G8H. 8". 
6VeCAMPHUYZEN(D. R.) 11555. aaa. 1. 

MATIELLI (Giovanni Antonio) Sei 
Senate per il Cembalo. Nuovamente com- 
poste. . .ed approvate dal. . .Sig. Cavaliere 
de Gluck, etc. C. Tonicclla : Vienji.-f, 

[1783.] ubl. fol. e. 5. j. (2.) 

MATILDA. Jlatilda's Address to the 
Fowler. [Song.] See 0. O Fowler, cast 
thy Gun behind, etc. [1772.] 8°. 

P.P. 5438. z. 

MATIN. Un Matin brusquement par des 
Tambours eveillee. Air Noiivcau. 
[Paris, 1185?] 8". B. 362. e. (114.) 
Un matin sur son chalumeau. Air. 
Sec Legat de Furcy (A.) 

MATINEE DE CATINAT. Une 

Llatinee de Catinat. Comedie. 
See Dalayeac (N.) 

MATINES. Les IMatines de Cythere. 
[Song.] Sec Chantons. Chantons les 
Matiues de Cythere. [1780 ?] 8'. 

B. 362. a. (122.) 

MATRIMONTAIj. :\Iatrimonial Deaf- 
ness. [Song.] See P., J. 

MATEIMONIO per EAGGIRO. II 

]Matrimonio per Raggiro. Opera. 
See CiMAROSA (D.) 



MATEIMONIO SEGEETO. 

monio Segreto. Opera. 
See CiMAEOSA (D.) 



II Matri- 



MATEIMONY. 3Iatrimony. Song. 
.SW' From. From Conjugal Ties, etc. 
[1780 ■?] s. sh. fol. G. 307. (232.) 

MATEON. The :Matron's advice. [Song.] 
See Yates (W.) 

MATTEI (Filippo) [iluzio Scevola. Act I.] 
The Most Favourite Songs in the Opera 
of Muzio Scaevola. Compos'd by Three 
famous Masters [viz. : F. Mattel, G. B. 
Bononcini and G. F. HandelL 
[1721.] fol. See Muzio SceVola. 

G. 192. (2.) 

MATTEIS (Nicola) Sen' Nicola's first 
and Second Book's of Aire's in 3 Parts. 
Containing Preludes Allemand's Sara- 
band's Corrant's ilmuett's and Jigg's with 
divers Fancye's and Vollentary's in every 
Key for two Violins and a Bass, etc. (The 
Second Booke of Aire's . . . more Difficult 
then the Former for the Improvement of 
the Hand on the Violin, etc.) [Separate 
parts.] Printed for I. Walsh and I. Hare: 
iMidon, [1710?] obi. fo\. 6.66. 

Ayrs for the Violin. Preludes Allmands 
Sarabands Courantes Gigues Diuisions and 
double Compositions fitted to all hands 
and Capacities. . . . The first Part. (Other 
Ayrs Preludes Allmands Sarabands &c. 
with full stops for the Violin . . . the 
Second Sett.) (Ayres for the Violin . . . 
And likewise other Passages, Introduc- 
tions, and Fuges, for Single and Double 
stops: with Divisions, somewhat more 
Artificial. For the Emproving of the Hand, 
upon the Basse Viol or Harpscchord. The 
Third and Fourth Parts.) (Other Ayres 
and Pieces for the Violin Bass-Viol and 
Harpsechord somewhat more Difficult and 
Artificial then the former . . . the Fourth 
part.) 4 pts. [London,] 1685. obi. 4". 

K. 1. f. 10. 
The fly-leaf to Parts I. and II. bears the 
autograph of Dr. Diipuis. The bind- 
ing of Parts III. and IV. bears the 
inscriptioyi : "All iW^'J Sig'' Mar- 
chese Pietro Capponi Inviato del 
Sep'" Gran Duca di Toscana alia 
Maesta delta Gran Bretania,'' i.e. at 
the coronation of James II. Parts 
III. and lY. are engraved by T. Green- 
hill. The date occurs in a coronet on 
the title-page. 
The Second Treble of the Third and 
Fourth Parts. Preluds Fuges Allemands 
ec' with some Additions and new Tunes. 
[London], 1687. obi. 4". K. 1. f. 11. 
Arie Diverse per il Violino ; Preludij Ale- 
mande Sarabande Correnti Gighe Fantasie 
sminuite ed altri Toccate a due Corde . . . 
Libro Primo. (Altre Arie Preludij Ale- 
mande Sarabande &c. Piu difficile e 
Studiose per il Violino . . . Libro Secondo.) 
2 pts. [London,] 1688. obi. 4^ 

K. 1. f. 12. 



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MATTEIS (Nicola) When e're I gaze 

on Sylvia's Face. .-1 Song, etc. [Words 

by P. Motteux.] Printed for R. Parker : 

London, 1G92. 4°. P.P. 5255. 

Gentleman' s Journal for Feb. 1691-2, 

pp. 33-34. 

MATTHAEI (Conrad) Neue Hertzens- 
Freude Welche, als der . . . Wolgelarte 
Hen- Friederich Stegemann . . . Seinen 
Tauff - Nahmens - Tag feyeiiich ])egmg 
Auszdienstlicher Schuldigkeit etliche gute 
Freunde. . .angestellet, inderoselbenNah- 
men aber eilend aufEs Papier gebracbt von 
Conrad IMatthaei. 

Gedriickt hey PascJien Mense : 
Eonigsberg, 1650. fol. G. 93. 

MATTHESON (.Johann) Behauptung 
der Himmlischen Musik aus den Grilndeu 
der Vernunft, Kirchen-Lehre und heiligen 
Schrift. C. Herold : Hamburg, 1747. 8". 

7897. a. 70. 
Das Bescliiitzte Orchestre, oder desselben 
Zweyte Eroffnung, worinn . . . die . . . 
deutlichste Vorstellung musicalischer Wis- 
senscbafben . . . ertbeilefc, etc. 
Im Schillcrischen Buchladcn : Hamburg, 
1717. 12\ 785. b. 37. 

Mattbesons bewaurte Panacea, als eine 
Zugabe zu seinem musikalischen Mithri- 
dat, iiberaus beilsam wider die leidige 
Kacbesie. . .gottloser Schiinder der Ton- 
kunst, etc. 3 pts. Bey J. A. Martini : 

Hamburg, 1750 (1751). 8". 785. b. 58. 
Each part has a different title-page and 
separate pagination. 

[Bewiibrte Panacea. Pt. 3.] Sieben 
Gespriicbe der Weisbeit und Musik samt 
zwo Beylagen ; als die dritte Dosis der 
Panacea, mitgetbeilet von IMattbeson. 
Bey J. A. Martini : Hamburg, 1751. 8". 

8404. b. 3. 
Der Braucbbare Virtuoso, welcber sicb. . . 
mit zwolff neuen. . .Kanimer-Sonaten, auf 
der Flute Traversiere, der Violine und 
dem Claviere bey Gelegenbeit boren 
lassen mag, etc. Im Schiller- und 

Kissnerischcn Buch -Laden : Hamburg, 
1720. fol. h. 52. b. 

Critica Musica, d.i. Grundricbte Unter- 
such- und Beurtbeilung, vieler. . .Einwiirffe, 
so in alten und neuen . . . Musicaliscben 
Scbrifften zu finden. . . Stiick-weise beraus. 
gegeben von Mattbeson. 2 Bd. 

Auf Unkosten des Autoris 
(bey. . . T. von Wierings Erben) : Hamburg, 
1722 (1725). 4". ' 556. b. 6. (1.) 

[Anotber copy. Bd. I.] 556. a. 11. (1.) 

Les Doigts Parians. See infra: [Die ivol- 
kiingcnde Finger-Sprachc.] 

Das Erlauterte Selah, nebst einigen 
andern niitzlicben Anmerkungen und 
erbaulicben Gedanken, iiber Lob und 



Liebe, von ]M(attbeson), als eine Fortsefcz- 
ung seiner vermiscbten Werke. 
C. Herold : Hambtirg, 1745. 8". 

7897. a. 71. 
Exemplarische Organisten-Probe im Arti- 
kel vom General-Bass. Welcbe mittelst 
24. . . . Exempel . . . Anzustellen ist, das 
eiuer, der diese 48. Prob-Stiicke rein 
trifft. . .sicb. . .riibmen moge: Er say ein 
]\Ieister im accompagniren . . . 'Mit . . . 
Erlauterungen und Anmerckungen, bey 
jedem Exempel, und mit einer . . . 
Tbeoretischen Vorbereitung, etc. 

Ln Schiller- und Kissnerischcn Buch- 
Laden : Hambzirg, 1719. 4°. 

556. a. 10. 
Das Forscliende Orcbestre, oder desselben 
Dritte Eroffnung. Darinn Sensus Vin- 
dicise et Quartse Blanditite. . .untersucbet, 
und ... in ibr recbtes Licbt gestellet 
werden. Bey B. Schillers Wittire, und 
J. C. Kissner: Hamburg, 1721. 12". 

7897. a. 64. 
Jobann Mattbesons Grosse General-Bass- 
Scbule. Oder: Der exemplariscben 
Organisten-Probe zweite, verbesserte und 
vermebrte Auflage, etc. Zu finden in 

J. C. Kissner' s Buchladen : Hamburg, 
1731. 4". 556. b. 7. 

Jobann Mattbeson's . . . Kleine General- 
Bass-Scbule, etc. Bey J. C. Kissner: 

Hamburg, 1735. 4". 7895. bb. 20. 

[Anotber edition.] Jobann Mattbeson's 
. . .Kleine General-Bass-Scbule, etc. 
Bey J. C. Kissner : Hamburg, Vli5. 4". 

7895. e. 3. 

1)1 this edition the title-page is printed 
entirely in black. Without the portrait. 
G. F. Handels Lebensbescbreibung, nebst 
einem Verzeicbnisse seiner Ausiibungs- 
■werkeund deren Beurtbeilung; iibersetzet, 
aucb mit einigen Anmerkungen ... verseben 
vom Legations-Ratb Mattbeson. 

Auf Kosten des Uebersetzcrs : Hamburg, 
1761. 8°. 10761. aa. 44, 

Sieben Gespriicbe der Weisbeit und ISIusik, 
etc. See supra : [Bewdhrte Panacea. Pt. 3.] 

Grundlage einer Ehren-Pforte, woran der 
Tiicbtigsten Capellmeister, Compouisten, 
Musikgelebrten, Tonkiinstler &c., Leben, 
Werke, Verdienste &c. erscbeinen soUen, 
etc. In Verlegung des Verfassers : 

Hamburg, 1740. 4°. 556. a. 13. 

Harmoniscbes Denckmabl. 
See infra : \_Pieces de Clavecin.'] 

Kern Melodiscber Wissenscbaft, bestebend 
in den auserlesensten Haupt- und Grund- 
Lebren der musicaliscben Setz-Kunsb 
oder Composition, als ein Vorliiuffer des 
VoUkommenen Capellmeisters, etc. 
C. Herold : Hamburg, 1737. 4". 

7895. bb. 19. 



MATTHESON 



109 



MATTHESON (Johann) Matthesons 
Mitbridat wider den Gift einer welschen 
Satyre [by Salvatoi- Eosa], genannt : La 
Musica. Im Verlagc dcs Vcrfasscrs : 

Hamburg, 1749. 8". 785. b. 55. 

Der ]Musicaliscbe Patriot, welcber seine 
griindlicbe Betracbtungen, iiber Geist- 
und Welti. Haiinonien. . .in angenehmer 
Abwecbselung. . .mittbeilet, etc. 
Hamburg, 1728. 4". 1042. i. 37. 

Die nenangelegte Freuden-Akademie, zuni 
lebrreicben Vorscbmack unbescbreiblicher 
Herrlicbkeit in der Veste gottlicher 
Macbt, c>fc. 2 Bd. J.A.Martini: 

Hamburg, 1751 (1753). 8". 

4372. aaa. 16. 
DasNeu-Eroffnete Orcbestre, oder Univer- 
selle und griindlicbe Aiileitung, wie ein 
Galant Homme einen vollkommenen 
Begrifi vou der Hobeit und Wiirde der 
edlen IMusic erlangen . . . moge . . . j\Iit 
beygefiigten Anmerckungen Herrn Capell- 
Meister Keisers. 

Aiif Vnliostcn dcs Aatoiis : Hamburq, 
1713. 8". 7897. a. 44. 

Die neueste Untersucbung der Singsi)iele, 
nebst beygefiigter musikaliscben Ge- 
schmacksprobe, liefcrt liiemit Aristoxenus, 
der jiingere (J. ]\Iattbesou). C. UryoJd : 
Hamburg, 1744. S". 11795. bb. 10. 

Mattbesons Philologisches Tresespiel, als 
ein kleiner Beytrag zur Kritiscben Ge- 
sebicbte der deutscben Spracbe, voruebm- 
licb aber, mittelbt gescbeuter Anwendung, 
in der Tonwissenscbaft niitzlicb zu gebrau- 
cheu. Subiuncta uouissima editions 
Scbediasmatis de Eriiditione Jlusica. 2 
pts. Bey J. A, Martini : Hamburg, 

1752. 8". 12963. b. 18. 

[Another copy.] 12962. aaa. 35. 

Pieces de Clavecin en Deux Volumes Con- 
sistant des Ouvertures, Preludes, Fugues, 
Allemandes, Courantes, Sarabandes, 
Giques et Aii-es. Printed for I. D. Fletcher : 
London, 1714. fol. h. 52. 

[Pieces de Clavecin.] JIattbesons Har- 
moniscbesDenckmabl.auszwolf erwiiblten 
Clavier-Suiten, bestebend in Ouverturen, 
Sympbonien, Fugen, Boutaden, Preludieu, 
AUemandeu, Couranten, Sarabauden, 
Giquen, Arien und ]Menuetten, nebst 
ibren Doublen oder Variationen . . . 
erricbtet. Audi mit einer... Vor- oder 
Anrede. . .loco Frontispicii verseben. 

Printed for I. D. Fletcher : London, 

1714 (1715). fol. h. 52. a. 

This is the English ' Pieces de Clavecin ' 

witli a German title and a preface 

dated 1715. 
Mattbesonii Plus Ultra, ein Stiickwerk 
vou neuer und mancberley Arct, etc. 3 
pts. J.A.Martini: Hamburg, 

1754(-1756). 8". 1401. f. 11. 



785. c. 43. 

Weicbmann, 

le Genseric 

(C. F.) C. P. 



MATTHESON (Johaxk) :\Iatthesonii 
Plus Ultra, ein Stiickwerk von neuer und 
mancberley Arct, etc. [Anotber copy. 
Pts. 1 & 2.] 7898. k. 44. 

[Anotber copy. Pts. 1 & 2.] 
[Reponse faite a Monsieur 
sur sa lettre . . . toucbant 
reforme.] See Weichmaxn 
Weicbmauns Teutscbe Anmerkungen iiber 
Herrn Mattbesons Antwort auf sein am 
28 Julii. . . abgelassenes Scbreiben, etc. 
1722. 4'. 556. a. 11. (4.) 

XII. Senates a Deux & Trpis Flutes sans 
Basse. . .Premier Ouvrage Edition corrigee 
. . . sur la Partition par E. Roger. 
[Separate Parts.] Che.-. E. lioger : 

Amsterdam, [1708.] fol. f. 84. 

Der Vollkommene Capellmeister, das ist, 
Griindlicbe Anzeige aller derjenigen 
Sacben, die einer wissen...und vollkom- 
men inne baben muss, der eine Capelle 
mit ebren. . .vorsteben will, etc. 
C. Herald: Hamburg, 1739. fol. 

7896. h. 20. 
Die wol-klingende Finger-Spracbe, in 
Zwolff Fugen, mit zwey biss drey Sub- 
jecten, entworffen. . .Erster Tbeil. 

hn Verlagc des Vcrfassers : Hamburg, 
1735. fol. K. 10. b. 6. 

[Die wol-klingende Finger-Spracbe.] Los 
Doits Parians en Douze Fugues doubles 
a deux et trois Sujets pour le Clavessiu 
. . .Seconde Edition. Aux depens de 

J. U. Haff'ner : Nuremberg, 11 iO. fol. 

K. 10. b. 5. 
A re-issue of ' Lie wol-klingende Finger- 
Sprache ' with a neiv title-page. 
See Blyvers (G.) Andere Antwort, auf 
Monsieur Weicbmanus Scbreiben be- 
treffend dessen iiber den Herrn Capell- 
Meister M(attheson). . .gefiilleten Urtbeile. 
1722. 4°. 556. a. 11. (2.) 

See BUTTSTETT (J. H.) Ut, Mi, Sol, Re, 
Fa, La, Tota Musica et Harmonia .<Eterna 
...entgegen gesetzt Dem neu-eruffneten 
Orcbestre [by J. Mattbesonl, etc. 
[1716.] 4". " 785. e. 39. 

See Meyer (J.) Der anmasslicbe Ham- 
burgiscbe Criticus siue Crisi entgegen 
gesetzet dem so genannten Gottingiscben 
Epboro J. Mattbesons, etc. 172S. 8". 

7898. aaaa. 7. 
See NiEDT (F. E.) F. E. Niedtens 
Musicaliscbe Handleitung zur Variation 
des General-Basses. . .Die Zweyte Auflage 
...verseben durcb J. Mattbesou, etc. 
(F. E. NiedteusMusicaliscber Handleitung 
— Dritter. ..Tbeil . . . Deme beygefiiget 
Veritophili . . . Beweis-Griinde, worauf der 
recbte Gebraucb der Music bey des in den 
Kircben und ausser denselben berubet . . . 
mit einer Vorrede zum Druck befordert 
vou Mattbeson.) 1721 (1717). oil. 4". 

7895. a. 66. 



110 



MATTH Y S Z—IM AY-DAY 



MATTHYSZ (Paulus) See Psalms. 
[Dtddi.] De CL Psalmen Davids, . . . 
Alle de voyseu der Psalmen ziju op eon G 
sleutel gestelt door P. Mattbysz, etc. 
[1695?] IG". illO. a. 38. 

MATTIOLI (Andrea) Hannonia Sacra 
Dedota dal Concerto di Salmi. Motetti, 
Inni & Autifoue a Voce sola con violini, etc. 
Voce. Stampa del Gardano : 

Ycnetia, 1675. 4°. D. 237. 

MATTOX ( ) Love's Victim. [Song.] 
Ye words by Mr. Monlass. [London, 

1720 ?] s. sli. fol. G. 315. (102.) 

MAUDIT. Maudit Amour. Song. 
See Jones (E.) Bard. 

MAURER (Georg) Three Sonatas for 
the Harpsichord or Piano Forte with an 
Accompany' for a Violin ad libitum . . . 
Op. 1. [Separate Parts.] 

Longman d Broderip : 
London, [1785 ?] fol. h. 726. e. (7.) 

Three Sonatas for the Harpsichord or 
Piano Forte with an Accompany' for a 
Violin ad libitum . . , Op. 2. [Separate 
Parts.] Longman d Broderip : 

London, [1785 ?] fol. h. 726. e. (8.) 

MAURICE, Landgrave of Eesse-Cassel. 
[Psalmen Davids, Nach Frautzosischer 
INIelodey vnd Reymen art in Teutsche 
Reymen artig gebracht, Durch Ambrosium 
Lobwasser . . . Aufi befehl Des . . . Fiirsteu 
. . . Herrn IMoritzen, Landgrafeu zu 
Hesseu . . . jetzo auffs newe gedruckt : 
Und haben ihre F. Gu. die iibrige Psalmen 
30 nicht eigeue Melodias gehabt, mit 
andern . . . ]\Ielodiis . . . gezieret, vnd 
mit vier Stimmen componiret, welche . . . 
beyds zu singen vnd auff allerley Instru- 
menten zugebrauchen.] IWiUiehn Wcssel ; 
Cassel, 1612.] fol. F. 1089. 

Imperfect, wanting the title-page. Many 
of the leaves are mutilated. 

See Geuck (V.) Novum et Insigne Opus 
continens Textus IMetricos Sacros : 
Festorum, Dominicarum, et Feriarum, 
... ex ]\Iandato . . . Principis . . . D. 
]\Iauritii, Landgravii Hassite, &c. a 
Valentino Geuckio . . . Octo Sex & 5. 
vocibus inceptum. Denique . . . Suae 
Gels. Opera . . . perfectum & absolutum, 
etc. 1603-4, 4°. B. 86. 

MAURUS, of Palermo. Sacrarum Can- 
tionum, quae Octo, tum Vocibus, turn 
varijs Instrumentis chorisq3 coniunctis, 
ac separatis concini possunt. Liber Primus. 
Cantus. Chorus Primus. (Cantus. (Altus.) 
(Bassus.) Chorus Secundus.) 4 pts. 

Apiud Riciardum Amadinnm : 
Venctiis, 1590. 4'\ C. 54. 



MAXWELL (Francis Kelly) 

See Essay. An Essay upon Tune, etc. 
[By F. K. Maxwell.] 1791. 8". 

52. b. 21. 

MAY. Le jMay. Vaudeville. 

,Sf>eALLONS. Aliens gay, etc. [1780?] 8°. 

B. 362. b. (94.) 

May. [Song.] See Away. Away to the 
Woodlands awav, etc. [1770?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 306. (107.) 
May. [Song.] See Gentle. Gentle 
Muse now lend thy Aid. 
[1780 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 308. (30.) 

INIay. [Song, begins : ' The Hawthorn is 
sweetly in bloom.'] See Hook (J.) 
May. [Song.] See Thrice. Thrice 
welcome sweet Mav. [1779?] s. sJi. fol. 

G. 312. (146.) 

May balmy peace. Song. 

See Haendel (G. F.) [Occasional 

Oratorio.^ 

May I never be married. Song. 

See Kiss. The Kiss that he gave, etc. 

[By J. Hook.] [1785.] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. b. (44.) 

May our Navy for ever Old England 
protect. Duet. Sec Shield (W.) 
May the Beauties of England. Song. 
See Carter (C. T.) 
jMay the Mother of Love. [Song.] 
See Long (S.) 

]\Iay this good Company. Mirth and 
Friendship. A two part Song [to the 
tune of God save the King] . . . very 
proper to be sung at the Conclusion of 
any Publick or Private Comimny. 
[London, 1160 '>] s. sh. io\. 

H. 1994. a. (86.) 

May we live all the Days of our Lives. 
[Song.] Sec Hook (J.) 

MAY-DAY. How can my heart rest. 
[Song.] Sung by Mr. Vernon in May-Day 
or the Little Gypsy. [By T. A. Arne.] 
P. H[odnson : London, 1775]. fol. 

G. 308. (145.) 

What's a poor simple Clown to do. [Song.] 
Sung by Mr. Bannister in May-Day or 
the Little Gypsy. [By T. A. Arne.] 
P. H[odqson : London, 1775]. fol. 

G. 313. (266.) 
Wou'd Women do as I do. [Song.] Sung 
by ]\Irs. Wrighten in INlay Day or the 
Little Gypsy. [By T. A. Arne.] 
P. H[odqson: London, 1775]. s. sh. fol. 

G. 313. (142.) 
Yes I'll give my Heart away. [Song.] 
Sung by Mr. Vernon in May Day or the 
Little Gypsy. [By T. A. Arne.] 
P. H[odqson : London, 1775]. s. sh. fol. 

G. 314. (83.) 
INIay Day, or the Little Gypsy. [IMusical 
Farce.] See Arne (T. A.) 



MAYELLUS— MAYNER 



111 



MAYELLUS (Joanxes Vittorius) Liber 
Primus ^Mottectorum Duabus Yocibus 
cum Magnificat in fine. Et cum Organo 
Partitione, etc. Canto. (Basso.) 2 pts. 
Ex TijpogrcqiJiia lo. Baptisfx Gargani, 
d- Lucrctij Nucij : Ncapoli, 1610. 4". 

C. 55. 

MAYER (Aston) [Daphne et Apollon.] 
Quand il nous peiut une rose naissante. 
Air, etc. (Paroles de M. Pitra, etc.) 
{Paris,'] 1782. 8". 298. f. 31. 

Mercurc de France, Oct., 1782,2'. 51. 
Quand il nous peiut une rose naissante. 
/S'ee supra : [Daplini et Apollon.'] 

MAYER (JoHANN Baptist) Three Duos 
Concertaut for 2 German Flutes . . . 
Opera 5"'. [Separate Parts.] 

Longman and Brodcrip : 
London, [1795 ?] fol. g. 225. (6.) 

Three Duos Concertaut for Two German 
Flutes . . . Opera 6"'. [Separate Parts.] 

Longman and Brodcrip : 
London, [1795 ?] fol. g. 225. (6*.) 

Complete Instructions for the Harp . . . 
Exemplified by Progressive Preludes & 
Airs ... To which is added the . . . Prin- 
ciples of Thorough Bass, etc. 

Printed for R. Birchall : 
London, [1800 2] fol. h. 3200. a. (17.) 
Three Grand Sonatas for the Harp . . . Op. 7. 
Ijongman £ Brodcrip : 
London, [1797.] fol. g. 198. (10.) 

Three Grand Sonatas for the Harp . . . Op. 8. 
Printed for the Author : 
London, [1798.] fol. g. 198. (11.) 

Twelve Songs. Six English & Six 
Italian, with an Accompaniment for the 
Harp or Piano Forte . . .Op. 9. 

W. Napier, for the Author : 
London, [Vim'>] fol. G. 198. (6.) 

MAYER (JoHANN Simon) A Bettina. 
N'c Pek. Per carita Bettina, etc. . [By 
J. S. Mayer.] [1800.] fol. 

G. 811. a. (12.) 
Twelve Yenetian Ballads. Composed & 
Arranged for the Yoice and Piano Forte 
by. . .S. Mayer, and Dedicated. . .to. . .the 
Dutchess of York, by. . .C. Salvini. 
L. Lavenu : London, [1797.] ohl. fol. 

E. 270. (20.) 
El Consegio, A Bettina, e La Stracauata. 
Three Yenitian Canzonets, with Harp or 
Piano Forte & Tamborine Accompani- 
ments. . .Op. 1.3. Book 2. 

Printed for Mon-ani and Cimador : 
London, [IQQO-l] fol. G. 424. (7.) 

El Consegio. Canzonetta Yeneziana. 

Printed for Monzani ((• Cimador : 
London, [1800 ?] fol. 

H. 2831. a. (19.) 
El Consegio. See Se. Se amor mai da 
vu, etc. [By J. S. Mayer.] [1800.] fol. 

G. 811. a. (38.) 



MAYER (JoHAXN Simon) Contento il cor 
nel seno. A Polacca. Composed. . .for. . . 
Luigi Marchesi & sung. . .on the Continent 
and in this Country by Madam Salvini. 

At Madam Salvini's : ^Vesfminster, 
[1797] fol. G. 199. (14.) 

La Farfaletta, 1' Amore, e la Primavera. 
Three Italian Canzonets, with Harp or 
Piano Forte & Tamborine, to one, 
Accompaniment. . .Op. 12. Book 1. 

Printed for T. Monzani: London, 
[1800 •?] fol. G. 424. (6.) 

Grazie agli inganni tuoi, Canzonetta, with 
a Harp, or Piano Forte, Accompaniment, 
etc. Printed for T. Monzani: 

London, [1800?] fol. G. 424. (10.) 

No. 10 of ' A Collection of Periodical 
Italian Songs,' etc. 

Quando penso a quell' istante. Canzon- 
etta. Printed for Monzani tf Cimador : 
London, [ISOOI] fol. H. 2831. a. (20.) 

[La Stracavata.] Sec Catina. Catiua 
belina graziosa vu se, etc. [With Harp or 
Piano & Tambourine Accompaniments. 
By J. S. Mayer.] [1800?] fol. 

G. 811. a. (11.) 

Vecchiarello, vecchiarello. Duetto. 

Printed for Monzani if Ciniador : 
London, [1800?] fol. G. 424. (13.) 

MAYER (Philipp Jacob) Sei Sonate a 
Solo per r Harpa. . .Opera Terza. Grave 
par JI"" Fleury. 

Au Bureau d'ahonnement nmsical: 
Pons, [1770?] fol. G. 272. L (2.) 

MAY-EVE. May-Eve, or Kate of Aber- 
deen. [Song.] See Battishill (.J.) 
i.Iay-Eve, or Kate of Aberdeen. [Song.] 
[For anonymous settings] : See Silvek. 
The silver moon's enamour'd beam, etc. 

MAYING. The Maying. [Song.] See As. 
As I rambled one Morning a maving. 
[1770?] fol. G. 306. (218.) 

MAYNARD (.John) The XII. Wonders 
of the World. Set and Composed for the 
Yioll de Gambo, the Lute, and the Yoyce 
to Sing the Yerse, all three ioyntly, and 
none seuerall : also Lessons for the Lute 
and Base Yioll to play alone : etc. [Words 
by Sir John Davies.]' 

Thomas SnodJiam for loJin Broivnc : 
London, 1611. fol. K. 8. h. 6. 

MAYNER (Giorgio) II Primo Libro de 
BaUi a Quatro Voci. Accommodati per 
cantar et sonar d' ogni Sorte de Istro- 
menti. . .Nouamente stampati & dati in 
luce. Alto (Tenore). 2 pts. 

Appresso Angela Gardano : 
Venetia, 1578. obi. 4". 

53. a. 32, 33. (3, 4.) 



112 



MAYNER— MAZZINGHI 



MAYNER (Giorgio) Magnificat Octo 
Touorum . . . uvinc primum excussa. Gum 
Quatuor Vocibus. Cantus. (Altus.) 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) 4 pts. 

Apiid loannem Bcrilettum : 
Tcmiiis, 1574. obi. 4". K. 4. c. 13. 

MAYNEEIUS (Geohgius) See ]\Iaynkr. 

MAYONE (AscANio) Primo Libro di 
Diuersi Capricci per Sonare, etc. 

Per Constantino Vitale : 
Napoli, 1G03. ubl. 4". K. 4. b. 6. 

MAYR (JoHANN Simon) See Mayeb. 

MAYR (Rupert Ignatius) Sacri Con- 
ceutus, Psalmorum, Antiphonarum, Pia- 
rum Cantionum, ex sola voce & diversis 
Instrumentis. . .Opus III. Voce. (Violino 
Primo.) (Violino Secundo.) (Viola da 
Braccio, 6 Trombone.) (Basso di Viola.) 
(Basso Coutinuo.) 6 pts. 
Sitnqytibus Authovis. Typis Pauli Daln- 
stcincri : Eatisbonac, 1681. 4". C. 71. 

MAYR (Simone) See Mayer (J. S.) 

MAZET. Cxasouillez petits oiseaux. [Song.] 
De Mazet [by E. R. DuniJ. 
[Paris, 1770?] 8". B. 362. b. (3.) 

Mazet. Com^die. See DuNi (E. R.) 

MAZZAFERR AT A (Giovanni Battista) 
11 Primo Libro delle Cantata da Camera a 
Voce Sola . . . Opera Quinta, etc. [With a 
preface by G. A. Silvani.] Per Giucomo 
Monti : Bologna, 1677. obi. 4°. B. 316. 
II Primo Libro delle Senate a Due Violini 
con un Bassetto Viola se place. . . . Opera 
Quinta. Nouamente Ristampata. Violino 
Primo (Secondo). (Bassetto Viola.) 
(Bass Continuo.) 4 pts. Per G. Monti ; 
Bologna, 1678. fol. g. 14. 

MAZZANTI (Ferdinando) Six Duettos, 
for two Violins ... Op. 1""\ [Separa,te 
Parts.] Longman d; Broderip, 

for the Autlior : London, [1780?] fol. 

g. 421. t. (12.) 

Six Italian Canzonets for Tavo Voices . . . 
Op II Printed for tJic AutlLor : 

London, [1180?] obl.iol. D. 753. (1.) 

Tlie title-page is signed by the composer. 
Six Italian Canzonets for Two Voices . . . 
Op III. Printed for tJic Author : 

London, [1780 ?] obi. fol. D. 753. (2.) 

The title-page is signed by the composer. 

MAZZELLA (Salvatoke) Balli, Cor- 
reuti, Gighe, Sarabande, Gauotte, Brande, 
e Gagliarde, con la misura giusta per 
ballare al stile Inglese, con la giunta della 
Folia di Spagna, Passagagli per dui Tuoni 
con molte partiti ; dui Ciaccone, vna 
Spagnola, e 1' altra Italiana . . . aggiuntaui 
molte partite sopra la Tarantella. A Dui, 
Violino, e Viola, o Cimbalo . . . Opera 
Prima. Nclla Stampcria di G. A. Mutij : 
noma, 1689. obi. 4°. K. 4. b. 7. 



MAZZINGHI (Joseph) Admiral Lord 
Nelson's Victory. A Sonata for the Piano 
Forte ... In Commemoration of the 
Glorious 1" of August, 1798. 
Goulding, Phipps dD'Almaine: London, 
[1799.] fol. h. 726. c. (26.) 

[L'Amour et Psiche.] The Favorite 
Opera Dance of L'Amour et Psiche, for 
the Year 1788, . . . Composed for the Piano- 
Forte, Flute and Violin . . . Act i. 

Longman and Broderip: London, 
[1788.] obi. 4". a. 9. b. (5.) 

[Another copy.] b. 50. (3.) 

The Favorite Opera Dance of L'Amour 

et Psiche for the Year 1788, . . . for the 
Piano-Forte, Flute and Violin . . . Act ii. 
Longmayi and Broderip : London. 
[1788.] obi. 4". b. 52. (7.) 

[La Bella Arsene.] The Songs, Duetts 
&c. in the Favorite Opera ' La Bella 
Arsene,' etc. [Words by L. Da Ponte.] 
2 Bks. G. Goulding : London, 

[1795.] fol. H. 144. 

A Blessing on Brandy and Beer. 
See infra : \_Tlic Magician no Conjuror.] 

[The Bouquet.] The favorite Divertis- 
ment, the Bouquet, Composed by Sig' 
Onorati, as danced at the Kings Theatre, 
selected & composed by I. IMazzinghi. 
Op. 22. [P. F.] G. Goulding ; 

London, [1795 7] fol. g. 442. a. (11.) 
Che bel spassetto. The Favorite Air, 
Introduced & Sung by Sig''' Storace in 
the Comic Opera [by V. Martini] L'Albero 
di Diana. G. Goulding : London, 

[1798?] fol. H. 2830. g. (2.) 

Concertante for the Piano Forte, Flute, 
Two Violins, Tenor, and Violoncello . . . 
Op. 42. [Separate Parts.] 
Goulding, I^hipps it D'Ahnainc : London, 
[1800 ?] ' fol. g. 458. (7.) 

[A Day in Turkey.] The Songs, Duets 
and Chorusses ... in the Comedy ... of 
A Day in Turkey . . . the Poetry by Mrs. 
Cowley. Printed for G. Goulding: 

London, [1792.] obi. fol. E. 81. 

Les D^lassements Militaires. The 
Favorite Divertisment, ... by Mon' 
Gallet, as danced at the King's Theatre, 
adapted for the Piano Forte by J. 
Mazzinghi. G. Goulding : London, 

[1797.] fol. h. 726. 1. (7.) 

According to contemporary advertise- 
ments the music of litis Ballet icas 
composed by C. Bossi. 
Dolce mi parve un di. [Song.] Sung by 
Signora Delicati in the Opera [by V. 
Martini] of La Cosa Rara, etc. [Full 
Score.] Longman and Broderip : 

London, [1789.] fol. G-. 196. (5.) 

This is a ncio setting of the song in 
Martini's opera, loritten for the per- 
formance in London. 



MAZZINGHI 



113 



MAZZINGHI (-Joseph) Eliza ou le 
Triompho de la Natuie, A Pastoral Ballet 
by M. Gallet ... Op. 32. [P. F.] 

Goulding, Pliq^ps d D'Almaine : 
London, [179S.] fol. g. 272. 1. 3. 

Grandi o vei- son le tue pene. [Song.] 
Sung by Sig" Giuliani, in the Opera 
' Olimpiade,' [a Pasticcio,] composed by 
Sig"" J. Mazzingbi. [Full Score.] 

Longman and Broderip : 
[London, 1788.] fol. G. 196. (21.) 

Happy were the days. 
See infra : [Ramah Droog.] 

The ^Magician no Conjuror. A Comic 
Opera in 3 Acts, etc. [Written by R. 
Merry.] Printed for G. Goulding : 

London, [1792.] obi. fol. E. 91. (1.) 

A Blessing on Brandy and Beer, a 



favorite Drunken Song, sung ... in the 
Magician no Conjuror. . .the Poetry by 
Dela Crusca. Printed for G. Goulding : 
Lo7idon, [1792.] fol. H. 2818. b. (29.) 

Oh what can match the pleasure, 



[Song,] sung ... in the JIagician no Con- 
juror . . . the Poetry by Dela Crusca. 

Printed for G. Goulding : 
London, [1792.] fol. H. 2818. b. (32.) 

Those ruby I.ips, | Song,] sung ... in 

the Magician no Conjuror, etc. 

Printed for G. Goulding : 
London, [1792.1 fol. G. 808. e. (36.) 

Grand March in the Opera [by L. Cheru- 

bini] Ifigenia in Aulide, etc. [Full Score.] 

Longman and Broderip: 

London, [1789.] fol. g. 133. (44.) 

No more, no more by Fears opprest. A 
Favorite Duetto. Sung at the Opera 
House Gala. [Full Score.] 

Longnmn <C- Broderip : 
London, [1792.] fol. G. 354. (24.) 

Oh what can match the pleasure. 

I>ee supra : [Tlie Magician no Conjuror.'] 

The favorite Opera Dances performed at 
the King's Theatre . . . 178G. Selected 
and adapted for the Piano Forte or 
Harpsichord by Sig' IMazzinghi. 4 Bks. 

Longman and Broderip : 
London, [1786.] obi. 4'\ b. 51. (3.) 

The Favorite Opera Dances, performed at 
the King's Theatre . . . 1787 . . . Composed, 
Selected and adapted for the Piano Forte 
Flute or Violin by J. Mazzingbi. 3 Bks. 
Longynan and Broderip : 
London, [1787.] obi. 4". b. 51. (4.) 

The Favorite Opera Dances for the Year 
1788. Performed at the King's Theatre 
. . . Composed, selected & adapted for the 
Piano Forte, Flute or Violin, by J. ;Maz- 
zinghi. 2 Bks. Longman tC" Broderip : 
London, [1788.] obi. i". b. 51. (5.) 

VOL. II. 



MAZZINGHI (Joseph) The Favorite 
Opera Dances for the Year 1788, per- 
formed at the King's Theatre . . . Com- 
posed, selected & adapted for the Piano- 
Forte, Flute or Violin, by J. Mazzingbi. 
Book III. Longynan d; Broderip : 

London, [1788.] obi. 4". b. 52. (8.) 

The Favorite Opera Dances for the Year 
1789 . . . Composed, selected & adapted for 
the Piano-Forte, Flute or Violin by J. 
Mazzingbi. Book i. 

Longman & Broderip : 
London, [1789.] ohl. 4>. b. 51. c. (2.) 
The Favorite Opera Dances for the Year 
1789, performed at the King's Theatre . . . 
Composed, selected & adapted for the 
Piano-Forte, Flute or Violin by J. Maz- 
zingbi. Book II. Longmayi d: Broderip : 
London, [1789.] obi. i\ b. 52. (9.) 

The Celebrated Opera Dances as per- 
formed at the Theatre Royal, HajTuarket, 
1792, for the Piano Forte, Violin or Flute. 
Compos'd by M' ^lazzinghi, and other 
eminent Composers. 3 Bks. 

T. Sldllern, for the Proprietors : 



Loyidon, 1792. obi. i" 



a. 150. 



Paul et Virginie, the Favorite Grand 
Ballet . . . composed by Sig' Onorati, tho 
Music by J. Mazzingbi. Op. 17. 

Printed for G. Goulding: 
London, [1795.] fol. g. 272. i. (4.) 

Pizarre, the Favorite Grand Ballet ... by 
Mon"' Gallet, Adapt'd for the Piano Forte 
by J. Mazzingbi. G. Goulding : 

London, [1797.] fol. g. 458. a. (1.) 

Le Premier Navigateur or the Force of 
Love, a Grand Pantomime Ballet, by Mods' 
Gardel . . . Selected and adapted for the 
Piano Forte or Harpsichord by Sig' Maz- 
zingbi. 2 pts. Longman and Broderip : 
London, 1786. obi. 4". b. 50. (1.) 

Three Quartetts for a Piano Forte, Flute, 
Violin & Tenor . . . Op. lit. [Separate 
Parts.] Longynan and Broderip : 

Lo7idoH, [1785?] fol. g. 458. b. 

[Ramah Droog.] Happy were the days. 
[Song,] sung by jNIiss Waters in Ramah 
Droog, etc. Goulding £ Co. : 

London, [1798.] fol. G. 806. c. (43.) 

Ramah Droog. Comic Opera. 

See MAZZINGHI (-L) and Reeve (W.) 

Three Favorite Scotch Airs composed by 
Nabbaniel Gow, arranged as Rondo's for 
the Piano Forte. . .by J. Mazzingbi. 
Gouldiyig, Phipps d- D'Almaiyie : London, 
[1799?] fol. g. 272. V. (13.) 

The Siege of Bangalore. . .for the Piano 
Forte, with an Accompanyment for a 
German Flute or Violin . . . Op. 8. 
[Separate Parts.] Printed for 

G. Goulding : London, '1192?] fol. 

h. 1480. p. (9.) 



114 



MAZZINGHI 



MAZZINGHI (Joseph) Three Sonatas 
for the Piano Forte or Harpsichord with 
an Accompaniment for a Violin... Op. 1. 
2 sets. Printed for G. Goulding : 

London, [178S ?] ohl. fol. f. 65. b. (8.) 
Six Sonates pour Clavecin ou Piano- 
Forte avec accompagnement d'un Violon 
. . .CEuvre i. Chez Imhault : Paris, 

[1790?] obi. fol. d. 159. 

Three Sonatas for the Piano Forte with 
an Accompanyment for a Violin or 
German Flute . . . Op. 2. 

Longman and Broderip : London, 
[1788?] fol. h. 60. (6.) 

Three Sonatas for the Piano Forte, with 
Accompaniments for a Violin and Violon- 
cello... Opera Quinta. [Separate Parts.] 
Printed for the Author : Lotidon, 
[1790?] fol. g. 161. (6.) 

Three Sonatas, for the Piano Forte with 
an Accompanyment for a Violin or Flute 
. . .Op. 9. [Separate Parts.] 

Printed for G. Goulding : London, 
[1792?] fol. g. 418. b. (4.) 

Three Sonatas for the Piano Forte with 
an Accompanyment for the Violin or 
German Flute . . . Op. 10. [Separate 
Parts.] Printed for G. Goulding : 

iwidow, [1792 ?] fol. g. 418. b. (5.) 
Three Sonatas for the Piano-Forte. . .and 
an Accompaniment for a Flute or Violin 
. . .Op. 14. [Separate Parts.] 
Goulding, Phipps <& D^ Ahnainc : London, 
[1800?] fol. g. 272. i. (5.) 

[Another copy.] g. 271. e. (13.) 

Wanting the accompaniment. 
Three Sonatas for the Piano Forte, . . . 
with an Accompaniment for a Flute or 
Violin, ad libitum. . .Op. 15. [Separate 
Parts.] J. Ball : London, [1795 ?] fol. 

g. 186. (8.) 
[Another edition.] Three Sonatas . . . 
Op. 15. G. Gcnilding : London, 

[1799?] fol. g. 271. e. (12.) 

Wanting the Pianoforte part. 
Two Sonatas arranged as Duetts for the 
Piano Forte, with or without the Ad- 
ditional Keys. Selected from the favorite 
Works of J. Mazzinghi. Op 27. 
G. Goulding : London, [1799 ?] fol. 

g. 543. (18.) 
Three Sonatas for the Harp or Piano 
Forte, and an Accompanyment for a 
Flute and Violin, and Two French Horns, 
ad libitum. . .Op. 30. Printed for 

Goulding, Phipps d D' Almaine : London, 
[1800?] fol. h. 3200. (12.) 

Wanting the accompaniments. 
Two Grand Sonatas for the Piano-Forte 
with Accompaniments for a Flute or 
Violin and Violoncello. . .Op. 39. [Sep- 
arate Parts.] Goulding, Phipps d 
D'Almaine : London, [1800 ?] fol. 

g. 458. a. (2.) 



MAZZIWGHI (Joseph) Those ruby Lips. 
See supra : [The Magician no Conjuror. '[ 
Second Book of Tiro Musicus, being a 
Complete Introduction to the Piano Forte, 
with Six Progressive Lessons . . . Op. 25. 
G. Goulding : London, [1795 ?] fol. 

g. 272. 1. (4.) 
Tom Starboard. 
See infra: {The Turnpike Gate.] 

Les Trois Sultanes. [Ballet.] Performed 
at the King's Theatre, composed by Sig' 
Onorati, arranged for the Piano Forte or 
Harp, the Music chiefly new. . .Op. 20. 
G. Goulding : London, [179G.] fol. 

g. 442. a. (12.) 

The Turnpike Gate. Comic Opera. 
See Mazzinghi (J.) and Reeve (W.) 

[The Turnpike Gate.] Tom Starboard. 
A Favorite Song, sung by Mr. Incledon 
in the Opera [by J. INIazzinghi and W. 
Reeve] of The Turnpike Gate, etc. [Words 
by T. Knight.] Goulding & Co. : 

London, [1799.] fol. G. 250. (29.) 

Zemire et Azor, a Grand Pantomime 
Ballet performed at the King's Theatre, 
Haymarket. . .adapted for the Harpsichord, 
Piano Forte or Violin. 2 Bks. 

Longman and Broderip : 
London, 1787. obi. 4". b. 50. (2.) 

See CAMPBELti (W.) The Princess of 
Wales's Strathspey . . . arrang'd as a 
Rondo ... by J. Mazzinghi. [1796 ?] fol. 

g. 140. (45.) 
See Hope. Hope told a flattering Tale . . . 
with the Celebrated Harp Accompaniment 
... by Mr. Mazzinghi. [1793.] fol. 

G. 363. (16.) 

See Idalide. Ah che nel petto io sento 
[Song.] . . . Harp Accompaniments by 
Madam Mara [or rather by J. Mazzinghi]. 
[1791.] fol. G. 199. (26.) 

See Martin y Solar (V.) [Una Cosa 
Eara.} Consola le pene. [Song.] Sung 
... in the Opera of La Cosa Rara. Com- 
posed by iMessrs. IMartin [i.e. V. Alartin y 
Solar] & Mazzinghi. [1789.] fol. 

G. 196. (4.) 
Sec Opera Overtures. Number l(-5) 
of the Opera Overtures adapted for the 
Harpsichord . . . with an Accompaniment 
for a Violin. [Nos. 1, 8 and 4 arranged 
by J. Mazzinghi.] [1789.] fol. 

h. 61. (7-11.) 
See Pleyel (I. J.) [Lieder bcijm Clavier 
zu singen. Th. II. Die friihe Liebe.] 
Lady Isabell . . . adapted to Sir. Pleyel's 
. . . Air ... as a Glee . . . bv J. Mazzinghi. 
[1795?] fol. ' G. 353. (23.) 

Sec Storage (S.) The Favorite Operas of 
Mahmoud & The Iron Chest, . . . Adapted 
... by J. Mazzinghi. [1797.] obi. fol. 

E. 115. a. 



MAZZINGHI— MEDERITSCH 



115 



MAZZINGHI (Joseph) and REEVE 
(William) Ramah Droog or Wine does 
Wonders. A Comic Opera, etc. [Words 
by J. Cobb.] Goulding, Phipps d 

D'Almaine: London, [11 98.] fol. 

H. 121. (1.) 

The Turnpike Gate, a Comic Opera in 

Two Acts . . . The Poetry by Mr. Knight, etc. 

Goulding, Phipps & Ff Almaine : 

London, [1799.] fol. H. 121. (2.) 

MAZZINGHI (ToMMASo) Six Solos for 
the Violin with a Thorough-Bass for the 
Harpsichord . . . Opera i. P. Welcker, for 
the Author: Loyidon, [1763.] fol. i. 15. 

MAZZOCCHI (DoMEXico) La Catena 
d'Adone. [Opera, words by Ottavio 
Tronsarelli.] Appresso Alessandro 

Vincenti : Venetia, 1626. fol. 

K. 8. g. 9. 

Partitura de' Madrigali a Cinque Voci, e 
d' altri varij Concerti. Appresso Francesco 
Zannctti : Eoma, 1638. obi. 4". 

K. 3. f. 16. 

Musiche Sacre e Morali. A Una, Due, e 
Tre Voci. us. note, by W[illiam] 
A[yrton]. Lodouico Grignani : 

Roma, 1640. fol. K. 8. g. 15. 

TJie last leaf is mutilated. 

MAZZOCCHI (ViRGiLio) Virgilii Maz- 
zocchi . . . Psalmi Vespertini Binis Choris 
Concinendi. Cantus (Altus) (Tenor) 
(Bassus) (Nonus) Primi Chori. (Cantus 
(Altus) (Tenor) (Bassus) Secundi Chori.) 
(Organum.) 10 pts. Ex Typographia 

Ludouici Orignani : Bomx, 1648. 4". 

D. 243. 

MAZZOLINI (Carlo Andrea) Sonata 
per Camera a' Tre, Due Violini e Claui- 
cembalo 6 Tiorba. . .Opera Prima, etc. 
Violino Primo (Secondo) (Clauicembalo o 
Tiorba.) 8 pts. Per G. Michcletti : 

Bologna, 1687. A". d. 11. 

MAZZONE (Marco Antomo) Corona 
delle Napolitane a Tre et a Quattro Voci, 
di diuersi eccellentissimi Musici, etc. 
[Edited by M. A. Mazzone.] Canto. 

Appresso Girolamo Scotto : 

Yincgia, 1570. 8". A. 193. 

The composers named in this collection 

are : M. A. Mazzone, G. D. di Nola, 

G. L. del Arpa, E. Bodia £ S. Lando. 

ME. M' ha detto la mia Mamma. [Glee.] 

See Biggs (E. S.) 

/^ 
ME. Me me i^heuges. Song. 

See Saudford (J.) 

ME. Me prier ne sert de rien. [Song.] 
See Au Retour. 

Me seroit-il permis de dire. [Two-part 
Song.] Sec Bordier (L. C.) 



MEA. Le Mea Culpa. [Song.] 
See Ma. Ma fille avec componction. 
[1780 ?] 8". B. 362. c. (29.) 

MEADS. The meads and the groves in 
fresh Verdure shone gay. A Song to an 
Air in au Organ Concerto [by J. Worgan]. 
For Vaux-Hall Gardens. 
[London, 1746.] 8". 249. c. 16. 

Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. XVI., p. 269. 

The I\Ieads and the Groves in fresh Ver- 
dure shone gay. ^4 Song to an Air in an 
Organ Concerto [by J. Worgan] for Vaux- 
hall Gardens. 
[London, 1750 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 312. (67.) 
[Another copy.] G. 305. (225.) 

[Another edition.] The Meads and the 
Groves in fresh Verdure shone gay, etc. 
[London, 1755 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 303. (28.) 

MECHANTS. Mechans disent Tarare. 
Le Croquis de Tarare. Air : Oui noir 
mais pas si diable [by A. E. Gr6trv. The 
words] Par Deduit. [Paris, 1787.] 8". 

B. 362. f. 11. 



MEDEA. Medea. 
See Benda (G.) 



[Melodrama.] 



MEDECIN DE L' AMOUR. Le Mede- 
cin de I'Amour. Op6ra-Comique. 
See Laruette (J. L.) 

MEDEE. :\I6d6e Trag^die. 
See Chakpentier (M. A.) 

Med6e. Op6ra. 

Sec Cherubini (M. L. C. Z. S.) 

M]6d:6e et JASON. M6d6e et Jason. 
Tragedie en Musique. See Salomon ( ) 

MEDER (JoHANN Gabriel) [La Contesa 
e la Pace. Overture.] Symphonic 
P^riodique, No. I, a Deux Violons, Taille, 
et Basse, Deux Hautbois, et Deux Cors 
de Chasse . . . Ouverture de la Cantata 
Italienne . . . compost k I'occasion da 
I'illustre Mariage du Prince Stadhouder 
& de la Princesse de Prusse. [Separate 
Parts.] Chez I'A'Utcur : Amsterdam, 

[1770?] fol. g. 474. (27.) 

Symphonie P6riodique, No. II, a Deux 
Violons, deux Tallies, et Basse, deux 
Hautbois, et Deux Cors de Chasse. Qui 
a 6t6 faite & execute a I'occasion de 
I'Entr^e de LL. AA. S. & R. le Prince 
Stadhouder & ... La Princesse a la Maison 
de Ville d'Amsterdam, le 30 Mai 1708. 
[Separate Parts.] Chez I'Auteur : 

Amsterdam, [YJIQ^ fol. g. 474. (28.) 

MEDERITSCH (Johann) called Gallus. 
II. Quiutetts pour Forte-piano, Flute, 
Violon, Alto et Violoncelle. [Separate 
Parts.] Chez Hoffmeistcr : 

Vienne, [1795 ?] ohl. fol. e. 738. 

I 2 



11!> 



MEDEEITSCH— MKHUL 



MEDERIT8CH (Johann) called Gallus, 
and WINTER (Peter von) Babilons 
Piramidcn. Eine gi'osse horoisch-kom- 
icshe Oper von E. Schikancder iu Jlusik 
gesetzt der erste Auszug von J. Gallus, 
der zweyte Auszug von P. Winter... Fiir 
das Forte Piano iibersetzt von J. Henne- 
herg, etc. E. Schikancder : Wicii, 

1797. obi. fol. F. 46. a. 

Babilons Piramiden. Eine grosse lieroisch- 
komische Oper. Der erste Aufzug von 
J. Gallus, der zweite von P. Winter in 
Musik gesetzt. Im Clavierauszuge. 
Til der Brcitkopf & HdrtelscJien M^isiJ:- 
liandlunq : Leipzig, [1800?] obi. fol. 

F. 46. 



MEDIATION. The Mediation. [Song.] 
retty Ladies. 
s. sh.. fol. 



See Do. Do you pretty Ladies. 



[17G0?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. d. (111.) 

MEDIOCRITY. ]\Iodiocrity. [Song.] 
See In. In a neiglibourlv way, etc. 
[1780?] s. sit. fol. " G. 309. (93.) 

MEDIUM. The Medium of Life. Glee. 
See Aene (T. A.) 

MEDLERS. Medlers out of Season. 
[Song.] See Come. Come Lads, ne'er 
plague vour heads. [1735 ?] .s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. d. (70.) 

MEDLEY". What think ye my Masters. 
Tlie Innkeeper's Song. Sung by Mr. 
Keen at Sadlers Wells in the Medley, or 
Cupid's Frolick. [London, 

17G0 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 313. (221.) 

A Medley or the Cries of London. 

See See. See the happy Country Lass. 

[1775 ?] fol. G. 316. j. (6.) 

MEDONTE. The Favourite Songs in the 
Opera Medonte. [A Pasticcio.] 
R. Brcmner : London, [1782.] fol. 

G. 316. e. (27.) 
The composers named are : Bertoni and 
Ottani. 

MEG. Meg of Wapping. [Song.] 

See DiBDiN (C.) [The General Election.^ 

MEGLI (DoMiNico Maria) Le Prime 
Musiche di Dominico IMaria Megli . . . 
Nelle quali si contengono Madrigali, et 
Arie a Una & due Voci. Per Cautare nel 
Chittarone, Clauicembalo, & altri Instro- 
menti. Nouamente ristampate & corette. 
Appresso Giacomo Yinccnti : 
Venctia, 1003. fol. K. 7. g. 5. 

MEHAIjA. Mehala, die Tochter Jephtha. 
Ein musikalisches Drama. 
See Rolle (J. H.) 

MEHUL (Etienne Nicolas) [Adrien. 
C6sar vous m'evitez.] Air de Flaminius 
. . .arrange pour le Piano par I'Auteur. 
Chez Fleyel : Paris, [1799.] fol. 

H. 2831. h. (20.) 



MEHUL (IvriENNE Xicolas) Ariodaut. 
Opera en 3 Actes, paroles d'Hoffman, etc. 
IPuU Score.] Chez Imbaulf : 

Paris, [1800.] fol. G. 275. 

Cesar, vous m'evitez. 
iSVe supra : [Adrien. ■ 

Le Chant des Victoires. Hymne de 
Guerre, par Chenier, etc. Du Magasin de 
Musique, a Vnsoge des Fetes Nationalcs : 
[Paris, 1791.] 8'. E. 1717. b. (4.) 

[Another copy.] E. 1717. b. (38.i 

Le Chant du Depart. Hymne de Guerre, 
par * * * * [i.e. M. J. Chenier]. 

Du Magasin de Musique, d I' usage des 
Fetes Nationalcs : [Paris, 1794.] 6\ 

E. 1717. b. (3.) 

[Another edition.] Le Chant du Depart. 
Hymne de Guerre, etc. [Voice and 
(Vuitar.] [Paris, 1794.1 8'. 

B. 362. d. (1.) 

Le Chant du Betour, par M. J. Chenier. 
All Magasin de Musique a Vusage des fetes 
Nationalcs : [Pans, 1797.] 8°. 

E. 1717. b. (41.) 

Chant Funebrc a la me'moire du Repre- 
scntant du Peuple Ferraud assassine a 
son Poste le 1" Prairial An 3'' de la 
Republique. Paroles de Baour Lormian, 
cic. A V hnprimerie de 

Musique de Vinstitut National : [Paris, 
1795.] s. sh. 4'\ 808. 1. 14. (14.) 

Chant National du 14 Juillet 1800, execute 
dans le Temple de INIars le 25 Messidor an 8, 
etc. [Full Score.] Gravi par Mad" Le 
Ron : Paris, An viii [1800]. fol. 

H. 2005. a. 

Le 18. Fructidor. [Song.] . . . Paroles de 
Lebrun-Tossa. Au Magasin de Musique, 
a r usage des fetes Nationales : [Paris, 
1797.] 8". ' E. 1717. b. (50.) 

Euphrosine, ou le Tyran corrige. Comedie 
en Trois Actes et en Vers par F. Hoffman, 
etc. [Full Score.] 

Cliez les C'"^ Cousineau, P^re et Fits : 
Paris, [1790.] fol. H. 630. d. 
[For songs, &c., published anony- 
mously :] See Euphrosine. 

; Le Faucon.] Qu'ils sont charmans, qu'ils 
sont aimans. [By E. N. Mehul.] 
[1794.] 8". See Faucon. 
^ B. 362. h. (14b.) 

Horatius Codes. Acte Lyrique, Paroles du 
Citoyen Arnault, etc. [Full Score.] 
Chez les Citoyens Cousineau, Pire et FiU : 
Paris, [1794.] fol. H. 630. g. 

Le Jeune Sage ct Ic Vieux Fou. Comedie 
en un Acte en Prose par Hoffmann . . . 
Grave par Huguet. [Full Score.] 

Chez Cousineau Pire et Fits : Parts, 
ri793.] fol. G- 275. c. 



MEHUL— MELIDA 



117 



MEHUL (Etien^;e Nicolas) Melidore 
et Phrosine. Drame Lyrique en trois 
Actes. Paroles du Citoyen Arnault, . . . 
Grave par Huguet, etc. TFuU Score.] 
Chez les Citoyenn Cousincau Pere et Fils, : 
Paris, [1794. J fol. H. 630. e. 

Rt'publicains dont le g^nie. UHijmne dcs 
Vingt Deux, 'pav 31. J. Chenier. [In com- 
memoration of the Girondins executed in 
October, 1793.] Da 3Iaga-jin de Musiqitc 
a Vusage des fi:tes Nationales : [Paris, 
1795.] 8". E. 1717. b. (22.) 

Salut, Neuf TLermidor. Hymnc du IX. 
Thcrmidor, par M. J. Ch^nier, etc. 

Au Magasin de Musique a Vusage des 
Fetes Nationales : [Paris, 1795.] 8". 

E. 1717. b. 45. 
Stratonice. Comedie heroique on un Actc 
et en Vers, par ]\Ir. Hoffmann. . .Gravee 
par Huguet, etc. [Fall Score.] 
Chez les G. Coimncau Pere et Fits: Pari.'i, 
[1792.] fol. G. 275. b. 

Sec Agus (H.) Solfeges pour servir a Tctude 
dans le Conservatoire de ]\Iusique k Paris 
par... Agus... M6hul,f/r. [1795?] fol. 

H. 2851. 

MEI (GiROLAMO) Discorso sopra la musica 
antica, e moderna, etc. 

Appresso Gio. liattista Ciotti : Venetia, 
1G02. 4°. 7898. k. 9. 

MEIBOMIUS(Marcis) Autiqiia; :Musici^ 
Auctores Septem. Graeco et Latine. Mar- 
cus Meibomius restituit ac Notis ex- 
plicavit. 2 vol. Apud Lndovicum 

Elzcvirium : Amstelodami , 1652. 4". 

65. b. 18, 19. 
[Another copy.] 683. f. 4. 

MEILAND (Jacob) Cantiones Sacrse 
(^)uinqueet SexVocumharmonicis numeris 
in gratiam musicorum compositse, etc. 
Discantus. (Bassus.) (Vagans.) 3 pts. 

In Officina Typographiea Vlrici Ncuberi : 
Norinbergx, 15G9. ubl. i'. A. 286. 

Cantiones Sacrte Quinque et Sex Vocum 
...iam denuo auctiores multumqj quam 
antea correctiores in lucem editse, etc. 
Altus. (Tenor.) (Quinta Vox.) 3 pts. 

In Officina Theodorici Gcrlachij : 
Nurimbergn', 1573. obi. i". A. 286. b. 
Sacra; aliquot Cantiones Latinse et Ger- 
manicae, Quinque et Quatuor Vocum, etc. 
Altus. [Bassus.] 2 pts. 
Apud Gcorgiuvi Coruinum etSigismundnm 
Feycrabend : Francofnrti ad Moenum, 
1575. obi. 4". A. 286. c. 

Wanting sig. ana 1-3 of tJic Bassus. 
Selectse Cantiones Quinque et Sex Vocum, 
tum viva voce, turn omnis generis instru- 
mentis cantatu commodissimse, etc. Dis- 
cantus. (Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 
(Vagans.) 5 pts. In officina Dictericlii 

Gerlacij : Noribergtr, 1572. obi. 4". 

A. 286. a. 



MEILAND (Jacoi) See Musculus (B.) 
Sacra Cithara, das ist : Achtzig. . .Geist- 
liche Gesiing . . . Auctoribus, Balthasare 
^Musculo, Horatio Veccho, jacobo Mei- 
lando. etc. 1G25. 12'. A. 242. 

MEIN. :slem Hertze, lege dich. [Hymn 
for 4 voices.] M. Eolirlach : 

Brcsslau und Licgnit.-, 1730. s. sh. 4". 

3425. b. 5. (2.) 

Inserted in Benjamin Sclwiolck's ' Heili- 

gcr Schau-Platz dcr Liebe.' 

Mein IMundt der siugt. Das Vierdfe. Ein 

Weyhcnacht Gsanglein. In seiner aignen 

Melodey. [Hymn for 2 voices.] 

\_Ct. Ildnlin : Inqoldstadt,] 
1737, [1037]. 12'\ 11522. de. 19. (2.) 

MEXj (Rixaldo del) Madrigaletti a Tre 
Voci . . . Nouamente Ristampati. Libro 
Secondo. Canto. (Basso.) 2 pts. 

Appresso Angelo Gardauo : 
Venetia, 1G04. obi. 4». A. 292. a. 

II Primo Libro de Madrigali a Sei Voci, 
di Rinaldo del ]Mel, Nouamente da lui 
Composto & dato in luce. Quinto. 

Apjyresso Angela Gardano : 
Venetia, 1584. 4". D. 57. 

Di Rinaldo del Mel. . .11 Secondo Libro do' 

j Madrigali a Sei Voci . . . Quinto. 

I Appresso Giacomo Vincenti : 

Venetia, 1593. obi. 4". A. 292. 

MELANDE (Georgio) pseud, [i.e. Georg 
Philipp Tclemann.] Solos for a Violin 
with a Thorough Bass for the Harpsicord 
or Bass Violin . . . Opera i^rima. 

Printed for I. Walsk <0 In'^ <C losepli 
Hare: London, [V125'>'] fol. 

g. 422. j. (1.) 
Solos for a Violin with a Thorough Bass 
for the Harpsicord or Bass Violin . . . 
Opera Seconda. Printed for I. Walsh d- 
In'> d- Io.seph Hare: London, [1125?] fol. 

g. 422. j. (2.) 

MELANI (Alessaxdro) Delectus Sa- 
crorum Concentuum Binis, Ternis, Qua- 
ternis, Quinisque vocibus Concinendus 
. . . Liber Secundus. Altus. 
I'yins Mascardi : Roinse, 1G73. 4". 

D. 239. a. 

Mottetti Sagri a Due, Tre, Quattro e 
Cinque Voci . . . Opera Prima, etc. Canto 
Secondo. Nella Stainparia di lacomo 

Fei d' Andrea figl. : Boma, 1G70. 4^ 

D. 239. 

MELFIO (Giovanni Battista) II Primo 
Libro de gli Madrigali, a quatro Voci, etc. 
Alto. Apud Hieronymuni Scotum : 

Venetiis, 155G. obi. 4°. A. 289. 

MELICO (Giuseppe) Sec Millico. 

MELIDA. Melida. Singspiel. 
See RoLLE (J. H.) 



118 



MELIDE— MELTON 



MELIDE. De nos moutons le nombre 
augmente. Romance da Navigatcur [by 
F. A. Danicau Philidor]. 
[Paris, 1775 ?j 8". B. 362. b. (17.) 

M^lide. ComMie mel^e d' Ariettas. 
See Philidor (P. A. Danican). 

MELIDORE ET PHROSINE. M61i- 
dore et Phrosine. Drame Lyrique. 
See Mehul (E. N.) 

MBLII (PiETRO Paolo) Di P. P. Melii . . . 
Intauolatura di Liuto Attiorbato Libro 
Secondo. Nel quale si contiene Corrente 
Volte Gagliarde, Preludi & vna Tastata. 
Un Capricio, vna Corrente, & vna volta 
Cromatiche. Vn' Aria di Firenze passeg- 
giata dair Autore, vn Prelude, & vna 
Corrente per la Tiorba, & nel fine del 
Libro tre Canzoni, & vna Corrente Con- 
certate a due Liuti. Dopo 1' Opera aggiun- 
toui vna Volta, & vna Gagliarda, etc. 

Ai^presso Giacomo Vincenti : 
Venctia, 1614. fol. K. 2. i. 15. (1.) 

Di P. P. Melii . . . Intauolatura di Liuto 
Attiorbato Libro Terzo. Nel quale si 
contiene varie senate in vna cordatura 
diSerente dall ordinaria& differente ancora 
da quella cbe gia quattro Anni io mandai 
alle stampe nel fine del mio Primo libro, 
etc. Appresso Giacomo Vincenti : 

Venetia, 1616. fol. K. 2. i. 15. (2.) 

MELINDA. Meliuda cou'd I constant 
prove. Song, 
Sec Barrett (J.) Organist. 
Melinda's Complaint. [Song.] 
See By. By tbe side of a glimmering fire. 
[1730 ?J s. sh. fol. G. 316. d. (53.) 

MELISMATA. Jlelismata. Musicall 
Pbansies. See R., T. 

MELISSA Melissa. [Song.] 
See Sweet. Sweet Melissa, etc. 
[1788?] fol. G. 377. (17.) 

MELISSOMELOS. Melissomelos or Bee's 
Madrigall. See Butler (C.) 

MELLICO (Giuseppe). See Millico. 

HELLISH ( ) Captain. Pour la vie je 
suis a vous. A favorite Gl-ee for tbree 
Voices. J. F{entu']yn : [London, 

1780?] s. sh. fol. a. 311. (27.) 

MELLISH ( ) Miss. My Phillida, adieu 
love. A favorite Ariette. 

Broderip and Wilkinson : London, 
[1800?] fol. H. 2815. a. (9.) 

MELODI.E. Melodise Prudentianas et in 
Virgilium magna ex parte nuper natae, 
and per Nicolaum Fabrum Typographum 
expressse. [Hymns.] 
L^psise. Mense Octobri. [1532 ?] 8". 

K. 1. f. 15. 

Most other knoivn copies of this work are 

dated ' Mense Aprili. 1533.' A mis- 



print on the title-page of the present 

copy points to its being an earlier 

edition. The composers named are L. 

Hordisch and S. Forster. 

[Another copy.] K. 8. b. 13. 

IMelodise Prudentianse et in Virgilium 

magna ex parte nuper natse, etc. [Hymns.] 

Lipsics. Mense Ar>rili. 1533. 8°. 

K. 8. b. 14. 

MELODIEN. ]\Ielodien fiir Klavier oder 

Pianoforte zu den gesellschaftlichen Lie- 

dern im Kirmesbiichlein. 

[Frohbtirg, 1800?] obi. 4°. B. 731. 

The composers named are : Himmel, 

Zelter, Pleyel, Zumsteg, Mozart, W. 

Mailer, Tag, Kwnze, BeyicUi and 

Nawnann. 

MELODY. Melody— the Soul of Music : 
an Essay towards the Improvement of the 
Musical Art : with an Appendix, contain- 
ing an account of an Invention [of a violin 
with double strings in Octaves]. 
The Courier Office : Glasgow, 1798. 4» 

557*. e. 19. (11.) 

M:f!LOMANIE. des Dieux le plus bel 
ouvrage. Romance de la Melomanie. [By 
S. Champein.] Chez Bignon : 

[Paris, 1781.] 8". B. 362. c. (102.) 

Sans chanter peut-on vivre un jour. Air 
de la Melomanie [by S. Champein]. Avec 
Accomp' de Fort6-Piano. 
ChezFrere: [Paris, 1790?] fol. 

G. 557. (38.) 

[Another copy.] G. 546. (63.) 

La Melomanie. Op6ra Comique. 
See Champein (S.) 

MELONI (Anxibale) II Desiderio, ouero 
De Concerti Musicali di varij Instrumenti. 
Dialogo di Annibale Meloni. Nel quale 
si ragiona della xjarticipatione di essi 
stromenti, & di molte cose partenenti 
alia Musica. [By E. Bottrigari, edited by 
G. M. Artusi.] 

Appresso li Starnpatori Archiepiscopali 
Milano, 1601. 4°. 557*. c. 18. (2. 

This edition consists of a title-page and 
7 fol. [A-B] followed by a second title- 
page : ' II Desiderio . . . Dialogo, di 
Alemanno Benelli...In Venetia ap- 
presso Ricciardo Amadino, 1594,' 5 
ummmbered leaves and pp. 1-51. In 
some copies the name ' Alemanno 
Benelli ' at the top of the pages has 
been covered by a printed slip with the 
name ' Annibale Meloni.' The edition 
was issued by Arttisi to claim the 
anthorship for Meloni. 

MELOPEIA SACRA. Melopeia Sacra. 
Psalms and Hymns. See Roner (A.) 

MELTON. Melton Oysters. [Song.] 
Set There. There was a clever likely Lass. 
[1775?] s. sh. fol. G. 806. r. (37.) 



MflME— MERCHANT 



119 



MBME. ]\Ieme aupres d'une aimable 
Spouse. L'Hotninc comme U y en a trop. 
Air : Avec les jeux dans le village [from 
' Les Amours d'Et6 ']. [Paris, 1785 ?J 8°. 

B. 362. (178.) 

MENAGE, Jlenage, cber Amant. Air. 
See DuMONT Marquks ( ). 

MENAGE. Le Manage comme il y en a 
pen. Couplets. See Rigel (H. J.) 

MENAGERE. La Menagere. [Song.] 
SeeOui. Qui, i'aime a boire. ^780?] 8°^ 

B. 362: b. (129.) 

MENAULT (Pierre Richard) Missa 
Sex Vocibus ad Imitationem IModuli, Date 
lilia, etc. Ex Officina Christophori 

Ballard : Parisiis, 1692. fol. 

K. 10. b. 1. (17.) 

MENESINI (Bartolomeo) Six Sonatas 
for Two Violins aud a Bass, etc. [Separate 
Parts.] H. Fougt : London, 

[1767.] fol. g. 222. (13.) 

MENESTRIER (Claude FRAX901S) Des 
Ballets Ancieus et Modernes selon les 
regies du Tb^atre. Chez R. Gidgnard : 
Paris, 1682. 8". 840. c. 7. 

The author's name is in the privilege. 
Des Representations en ilusique anciennes 
et modernes. Chez H. Gidgnard : 

Paris, 1681. 8». 1042. f. 2. 

The author's name is in tlie privilege. 
[Anotber copy.] 840. c. 6. 

MENGOLI (PiETRo) Speculationi di 
^lusica, etc. Per I' Hcredc del Benacci : 
Bologna, 1670. 4°. 1042. k. 4. (1.) 

The author's name is in the privilege . 

MENGOZZI (Bernardo) Con un moto. 
[Song.] Sung by Sig' Morelli in tbe 
Opera [by G. Paisiello] of Gli Scbiavi per 
Amore, etc. [full Score.] 

Lonfjman atid Broderip : 
[London, 1787.] fol. H. 345. (6.) 

Donne, Donne cbi vi crede. [Song.] 
Sung by Sig' Morelli in tbe Opera [by G. 
Paisiello] of Gli Scbiavi per Amore. 
[Full Score.] Longman and Broderip : 
[London, 1787.] fol. G. 297. (3.) 

[Anotber copy.] H. 345. (9.) 

MENSCHING (R. L.) Serenade pre- 
sentee a S. M. R. de Prusse par les 
Etudients de Francfourt sur I'Odre, La 
veille du jubiMe . . . le 25. d'Avril 1706. 
[Full Scorn.] [Frankfurt on the Oder, 

1707.] fol. 732. I. 4. (1.) 

10 leaves, ivithoiit pagination, between 
pp. 148 and 149 of Pars II of ' Secu- 
laria Sacra, Academiie Ecgise Via- 
drimr,' etc. 

[Anotber copy.] 130. g. 12. 



MEPRISE. La Meprise de I'Amour 
Romance. See Amour. L' Amour avoit 
perdu sa mere. [1780?] 8°. 

B. 362. e. (4.) 

La Meprise de I'Amour. Romance. 

See Amour. L' Amour un jour cbercboit 

partout, etc. [1785?] 8". 

B. 362. g. (51.) 

m:eprises par ressembl ance. 

Les M6prises par Ressemblance. Comedie. 
See Gretry (A. E. M.) 

MERASPE. Tbe Favourite Songs in tbe 

Opera call'd Meraspe o 1' Olimpiade. [A 

Pasticcio.] Printed for I. Walsh: 

London, [1742.] fol. H. 348. e. (6.) 

The composers named are : Pergolesi, 

Scarlatti, Lampugnani, L. Leo and 

F. Feo. 

MERAUT ( ) See Mereaux (J. N. 

Le Froid de). 
MERBECKE (John) Tbe booke of 
Common praier noted. ([By] Jobn ]\Ier- 
becke.) [fol. 2 :] In tbis l30oke is con- 
teyned so mucb of tbe Order of Commo 
prayer as is to be song in Cburcbes, etc. 
B. L. Richard Grafton : [London,'] 

1550. 4". Uase 10. a. 11. 

68 leaves, without pagination. The com- 
poser's name occurs at the end of the 
work. 

[Anotber copy.] K. 1. g. 17. 

Imperfect ; loanting the last leaf, tvhich 
has been supplied in MS. 

MERCADIER (Jean Baptiste) Nou- 
veau Systeme de Musique tb^orique et 
pratique. CJiez Valade : 

Paris, 1777. 8". 1042. 1:. 21. 

MERCATO DI MALMANTILE. 11 

Mercato di Malmantile. [A Pasticcio.] 
See Delizie. Le Delizie dell' Opere, etc. 
Vol. X. [1776.] fol. G. 159. 

MERCHANT OF VENICE. Haste 
Lorenzo, baste away. Jessica's Song in 
the Merchant of Venice. [Music by J. 
Baildon.] [London, 1110?] s.sh.M. 

G. 308. (124.) 

[Anotber edition.] Haste Lorenzo, baste 

away. Jessica's Song, etc. [Music by 

J. Baildon.] [London, 1770 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. a. (153.) 

My Bliss too long my Bride denies. The 
Serenade. Sung by Mr. Mattocks in tbe 
Mercbant of Venice. [Words from an 
ode in tbe Spectator by Sir R. Steele, 
music by T. A. Arne.] 
[Loyidon, 1770 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (124.) 

To keep my gentle Jessy. A Favourite 
Song in tbe Mercbant of Venice. [Music 
by T. A. Arne.] [London , 1790 ?] s, sh. fol. 

H. 2818. (26.) 



12U 



MERCHI— MEREAUX 



MERCHI (GiACOMo) Twelve Diverti- 
mentos for two Guittars or a Guittar and 
Violin . . . Opera 21". Wdcker : 

Londo7i,[1115?] fol. h, 259. a. (7.) 

Quatro Duetti a Due Chitarre e Sei 
Minuetti a Solo con Variationi . . . Opera 
Tersa. Chez VAuteur : 

Paris, [1753 ?J fol. g. 421. r. (8.) 

Scclta d' Arietta Francesi, Italians ed 
Inglesi, con Accompagnamento di Chi- 
tarra. Opera xv. Printed for the Author : 
London, [ino?] fol. g. 660. (1.) 

Dodici Suonate per la Chitarra, Sei a due 
Ohitarre o con Accompagnamento di 
Yiolino e Sei a Solo. . .Opera xvi. 

Printed for tlic Author : 
Lo7idon,[ll'iO?] fol. g. 660. (2.) 

MERCHIORE [de Barberiisj, da 
Padova. /SteFEViu (A. de) Intabulatura di 
Lautto, Libro Quarto, de la Blessa di A. 
Fevino . . . Intabulata . . . dal Reuerendo 
messer pre Marchiore di barberijs da 
Padoua . . . con alcuni altri suoi recercari, 
etc. 15i6. cbl. 4". K. 1. c. 14. a. 

MERCK (Daxikl) Compendium Musice 
Instrumentalis Chelicac. Das ist : Kurtzer 
BegrifE, welcher Gestalteu die Instru- 
mental-Music auf der Violin, Pratschen, 
Viola da Gamba und Bass. . .zu erlernen 
seye . . . Erster Theil. 

In Verleguncj dess Authoris . . . Druckta J. 
C. Wagtic7' : Augsj^urg, 1695. 4". 

7895. aaa. 49. 

MERCURE. Mercure, jMars, ct le Maitre 
des Dieux. Chanson. 
[Paris,'] 1737. s. sh. 4°. 297. b. 20. 

Mercure de France, Sept., 1737. 

MERCURIUS MUSICUS. Mercurius 

IMusicus : or, The Monthly Collection of 

New Teaching Songs, Compos'd for the 

Theatres, and other Occasions ; With a 

Thorow Bass for the Harpsichord, or 

Spinett : The Songs being Transpos'd for 

the Flute, at the end of the book. For 

•Tauuary(-December) 8 pts. [Edited by H. 

Playford.] William Pearson, for 

Henry Playford, J. Hare (and J. Young) : 

London, (1699.) obi. 4". K. 1. c, 6. 

The comjMscrs of tJiis collection are : S. 

Ackcroyde, J. Bloiv, D. Purcell, J. 

Church, Pi. King, H. Hall, FranHs, 

J. Ecclcs, W. Crofts, W. Turner, J. 

Clark, J. Barett, f. Willis, M. Snow, 

Gouge, W. Richardson, Bercnclow, 

P. Conrfevil, Morgan, G. Finger, 

Nicola and. H. Purcell. 

Mercurius Musicus : or, The Monthly 
Collection of New Teaching Songs, — for 
the Year, 1700 — Compos'd for . . . the 
Theatres. . .With an addition of Two Part 
Songs; and a Thorough Bass to each 
Song, for the Harpsichord, Spinett, or 



Bass- Viol, etc. For January and February . 
(March and April.) (May.) (June and 
July.) (August.) (September and Octo- 
ber.) (November and December.) (Mer- 
curius Musicus. . .Being the single Songs 
in the New Opera, call'd — The Mad Lover 
— . . .Compos'd by J. Eccles. . .For Janu- 
ary and February.) (Mercurius Musicus 
. . .For March and April (May and June) 
(July and August) (September, October, 
November and December).) 2Bks. 12 pts. 
W. Pearson, for D. Browne and H. Play- 
ford : London, llOC(-nOl). fol. G. 92. 
The luigination of eacli year is con- 
tinnous. The composers named in this 
collection are : Nicola, B. Elford, J. 
Eccles, H. Hall, S. Akcroyde, Leve- 
ridge, Goudge, Frances, J. Barrett, 
D. Purcell, Wilford, Church, J. Clark, 
T. Wroth, W. T., W. Bichardson, 
Bcrenclow, B. Harris, J. Wcldo^i. 
Courtivell, W. Robart and W. Croft. ' 

MERCY (Louis) Six Solos for a Flute 
with a Thorough Bass for the Harpsicord 
or Violoncello, etc. 

Printed for J. Walsh and I. Hare : 
London, [1725 ?j fol. g. 524. 

VI. Sonata a Fagoto 6 Violoncello col' 
Basso Continuo. . .Opera Terza. 

.S'. Weaver lO J. Jolinson, for the Author : 
London, [11 .15:'] obi. M. e. 368. c. (8.) 

MERE. La ]Mtre Abaiidouu&'. Romance. 
Sec La B * * * ( de) M"'- 

^lere commune des humains. Hymne. 
See Lefevek (J. X.) 

MERE JALOUSE. Vicille qui prend 
jeunemari. Vaudccille deV Opfra Comiqiie . 
[Paris,'] ViZl. s. sh. 4». 298. a. 25. 

Mercure de France, Oct., 1782. 

MEREAU ( ) Organist of S' Sauvcur. 
Ariiettes de la Feste Donnas a Monsieur 
de La Garde . . . Les Parolles par M' * * * 
[P. A. Quetant ; . . . Grave par IM"'" Fleurv. 
Bicoquilliie : [Paris, 1770.] 8". 

11738. m. 2. (1*.) 

MEREAUX (Jj:ax Nicolas LE FROID 
DE) [Alexandre aux Indes.] Quand le 
destin jaloux. Air, etc. 1784. 8". 
Si'e Alexaxdee aux Indes. 

B. 362. h. (39.) 

La Ressource Comique, Pi^ce en uu Acte, 
melee d'Ariettes ; precedee d'un Prologue. 
[Words] Par IM. Anseaume, etc. 

Che::; la Veuve Duchesne : 
Paris, 1772. 8". 11738. b. 15. (5.) 

Lc Retour de la Tendresse, Comedie en 
un Acte et en vers, mel6e d'Ariettes, etc. 
[Words by Anseaume.] 
Chez la Veuce Duchesne : Pans, 1774. 8". 
11738. b. 15. (2.) 



^[ERELLE- MERSENNE 



121 



MERELTjE ( ) Mademoiselle. Les 
Folies d'Espagne. Avec cle nouvelles 
Variations pour la Harpc, etc. 

Broderip and Wilkinson : 
London, [1800?] fol. h. 118. (29.) 

New and Complete Instructions for the 
Pedal Harp in Two Books, etc. 

Printed for Brodcrip <£• Wilkinson : 
Lomion, [1800?] fol. g. 301. (2.) 

Petitcs Pieces pour le harp, etc. 

Broderip (d Wilkinson ; London, 
"1800?] fol. g. 301. (14.) 

MERIEUX ( ) Amis, puisque Bacchus 
nous assemble en ce jour. Air Koiivcan. 
IParis, 1G78.] s. sh. obi. 4". P.P. 4482. 

Nouveau Mercurc Galant, Sept., 1678. 
.Si mes rigueurs te font mourir. Air 
Nouveau. [Paris, 1679.1 .<-•. sh. obi. 4". 

P.P. 4482. 

Nouveau Mercure Galant, Feb., 1G7'J, 

p. 26. 

Si mes rigueurs te font mourir. 

Sec'Ai. Si rues rigueurs, f<c. TByMerieux.] 

1757] 8' 297. h. 30. 

MERODE. [Songs in Mcrode. A Pasticcio.] 
Sec Delizie. Le Delizie dell' Opere, cfr. 
Vol. IV. [1776.] fol. G. 159. 

MEROPE. Merope. Opera. 

Sec BiAHCHi (F.) 

MERRIWAGG, Dr. pseud, [i.e. Thomas 
Vandernan. j Splenetick Pills, or Mirth 
Alamode. Being a Collection of humorous 
Songs adapted to the modern Taste of 
the Choice Spirits the Words by the 
celebrated Poet -lohn Rumfish, Esq. Set 
to Music by Dr. Mcrriwagg. 

Printed for TIios. Vandernan : London, 
1750.] obi. fol. E. 271. (13). 

MERRY. The :\Ierry Archers. [Song.] 
See DiBDiN (C.) [Castles in the Air.\ 
The Merry Baccanallian. [Song.] 
Sea Come. Come here's to the Nymph 
that I love. [1740?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. (11.) 
The Merry Bells. [Song.] 
See Sandeksox (J.) [Harlccpiin Mariner.] 
The Merry Christ'ning. [Song.] 
Sec Come. Come listen a while. 
ri780 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1601. b. (61.) 
The Merry Cuckoo, messenger of Spring. 
Sonnet. See Greene (^I.) [Spenser's 
Amoretti. Sonnet VI.] 
The Merry Dancer. [Song.] See I. I 
am a merry Mortal. [1775 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 309. (149.) 
The Merry Gypsies. Glee. 
See Smart (Sir G. T.) 

Merry, merry, were the Days. Duet. 
See Hook (J.) 

The Merry Mortalls. Song. 

See Every. Ev'ry ^lan his Sceptre take. 

[1740?] s. .sA. fol." H. 1601. a. (43.) 



MERRY, The :\rerry Peal. Song. See 
Daxby (J.) 

^ilerry Wakefield Town. [Song.] See 
Down. Down in the North Country, etc. 
[1780?] s.sh.io]. G. 307. (164.) 

The Merry Wives of Windsor. [Song.] 
See We. We merry Wives of Windsor, etc. 
!'1700?] s. s;(. fol. G. 313. (22.) 

MERRY COBLER. The Merry Cobler : 
or, the Second Part of the Devil to Pay. 
A Farcical Opera of One Act. . .[Written] 
By Mr. Coffey. [With the music of the 
Songs.] Printed for J. Watts: London, 
1735. "8". 643. g. 7. (12.) 

[Another copy.] 161. h. 13. 



MERRY MOUNTEBANK. 

Mountebank. Songs. 
See Tulip (T.) pseud. 



The Merry 



j MERRY MUSICIAN. The Merry 
Musician ; or, A Cure for the Spleen : 
being a Collection of. . .Songs and. . .Ballads, 
set to Musick... Together with a curious 
Compound of State Pills, to allay the 
^lalady of Malcontents. ..Part I. (The 
r^Ierry Musician. ..Vol. II.) (The Merry 
Musician... .4 Collection of. ..Songs and 
Ballads, set to the Violin & Flute... 
Vol. Ill (IV).) 4 pts. //. Meere, for J. 
Walsh, etc. : Lonaon, 1716[-1733 ?] 12'. 

B. 353. 
Vols. II.-IV. are engraved tJiroughout. 
Vol. II. is published by I. Walsh, los. 
Hare and I. Yo7ing, Vols. III. and II '. 
brj I. Wcdsh. The following composers 
are named : L. Ilamondon, Lcveridge, 
Barret, Wilford, J. Weldon, D. Purcell, 
C. Manley, Hendcll [Handel], W. 
Davis, W. Elford, W. Goi-toii, J. Eccles, 
B. Aldrich, King, Damascene, Blow, 
Vanbrughe, N. Haym, Tenoe, Gouge, 
Galliard, Greene, Bvrgcs, H. Purcel, 
Carey, Dicupart, I. SJieeles, Pepusch, 
Trevers, James V. of Scotland, G. Arnet, 
Webber, Monro, Vincent, Bavcnscroft, 
A. Whiehcllo, Holcombc, Hemming, D. 
Rizzio and A. Young. 

MERRY SHERWOOD. I am a Friar 
of Orders gray. . .Song in Merry .Sherwood 
[by W. Reeve], for the Piano ITorte & 
German Flute. [Lo)ifZa», 1795?] fol. 

G. 383. i. (4.) 

^lerry Sherwood or Harlequin Forester. 
Pantomime. See Reeve (W.) 

MERSENNE (Marin) F. Marini Mer- 
senni. . .Harmonicorum Libri [12]. In 
quibus agitur de Sonorum Natura, causis, 
& efEectibus : de Consonantiis, Disso- 
nantiis. . .Compositione, orbisque totius 
Harmonicis Instrumentis, etc. 2 pts. 

Sumpitibus Guillelmi Baudry : Lntcti'-r 
Parisiorum, 16-35. fol. 558*. e. 9. 



122 



MEESENNE— MES 



MERSENNE (Mabin) Harmon icorum 
Libri xii . , . Editio Aucta. Sumptibiis 
Giiillelmi Bandry : Lutctix Parisiorum, 
1648. fol. 558*. e. 10. 

Hannonie Universelle, conteuant la 
Th^orie et la Pratique de la Musique, etc. 
2 Tom. Par Pierre Ballard : 

Paris, 1636(-7). fol. 558*. e. 11. 

Tliis work is divided into nineteen books, 
each with separate pagination. 

[Another copy.] 558*. e. 12. 

Imperfect; containing only Div. 1-6 of 
the ' Traits des Instrumcns a Chordes,' 
Div. 1-4 of the ' Traitez des Conson- 
nanees,' Div. 1,2' De la Nature. . .du 
Son,'' etc., and Div. 1,2 ' De la Voix,' 
etc. 

Harmonie Universelle, etc. 2 Tom. Chez 
Sebastien Cramoisy : Paris, 1636(-7). fol. 

47. g. 14. 
The title-page of Tom. I. is p^-iyited in 
black and red. This copy is otherwise 
identical with P. Ballard's edition. 

Hydraulica Pneumatica ; Arsque Navi- 
gandi. Harmonia Theorica, Practica, et 
Mechanica Phsenomena, etc. 2 pts. 

Siimptibus Antonii Bertier : Parisiis, 
1644. 4°. 1396. i. 25. 

Questions Harmoniques. Dans lesquelles 
Eont contenues plusieurs choses remarqu- 
able pour la Physique, pour la IMorale, 
& i)our les autres sciences. [By M. 
Mersenne.] 1634. 8". See Questions 
Harmoniques. 1135. c. 2. 

Tractatus de Musica Hebrseorum et ex- 
plicatio locorum Scripturse Sacrse, quae de 
Musica, et vi souorum loquuutur, excerp- 
tus ex Qufest. et Comment in Geuesion, 
Marini Merseni. Apiid Joannem 

Gabrielem Hertz, et Sebastiannm Colctti : 
Venctiis, 1767. fol. 686. 1. 12. 

Part of Vol. 32 q/" Tltcsauriis Antiqui- 

tatnm Sacrarum . . . Autore Blasio 

Ugolino,' etc. 

See also : Sermes, Sieur de, pseud. 

MERTELIUS (Elias) Hortus Jlusicalis 
Novus, fragrantissimis . . . flosculis . . . 
testudine carpendis. . .consitus : In cuius 
hac Parte Prima continentur Prseludia. . . 
plusquam ducenta : Phantasife item & 
Fugae complures. . .ex optimis quibusa 
authoribus Germanicis, Italicis, Gallicis, 
Anglicis, constructus, etc. Sumptibus . . . 
AutJwris, per Antonium Bertramum : 
Argcntorati, 1615. fol. K. 7. f. 13. 

MERULA (Tarquinio) Di Tarquinio 
Merula. . .11 Primo Libro delle Canzoni a 
Quattro voci per sonare con ogni sorte de 
stromenti Musicali. Aggiontoui due Ale- 
mane, & vna Corrente. Basso Generale. 
Stampa del Gardano, Barthohmco Magni : 
Venetia, 1615. 4°. D. 159. 



MERULA (Tarquinio) Libro Secondo 
de Concerti Spirituali con Alcune Sonate 
a Due, Tre, Quattro, et Cinque Voci, etc. 
Basso Principale. Apprcsso Alcs'sandro 
Vincenti : Venetia, 1628. 4\ D. 159. a. 

MERULO (Claudio) Di Claudio Merulo 
... II Primo Libro de Madrigali a Tre 
Voci, Nouamente composti, & dati in luce. 
Canto. (Tenore.) (Basso.) 3 pts. 

Appresso Angela Gardano : 
Venetia, 1580. obi. 4". C. 211. 

II Primo Libro de' Madrigali a Cinque 
Voci di Claudio [JNIerulo] da Correggio. 
Nuouamente posti in luce. Canto. (Alto.) 
(Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 pts. 

Appresso Claudio da Correggio, 
<& Fausto Bethanio Compagni : Venetia, 
1566. obi. 4°. A. 321. 

Di Claudio Merulo ... II Primo Libro de 
IMottetti a sei Voci Nouamente Composti. 
& dati in luce. Tenor. 

Appresso Angelo Gardano : Venetia, 
1583. 4°. C. 211. a. 

Toccate d' Intavolatura d' Organo . . . 
Nuouamente . . . date in luce, et con ogni 
diligenza corrette. Libro Primo. 

Appresso Simonc Verouio : Roma, 
1598. fol. K. 8. h. 21. (1.) 

Toccate d' Intauolatura d' Organo . . . 
Nuouamente . . . date in luce, et . . . cor- 
rette : Libro Secondo. 

Apprcsso Simone Verouio : Roma, 
1G04. fol. K. 8. h. 21. (2.) 

See Gardano (Angelo) Musica di Tredici 
Autori . . . Nella quale si contjugono . . . 
Madrigali . . . delli infrascritti Autori . . . 
C. Merulo da Correg., etc. 1589. 4". 

K. 3. g. 11. 

See Orso (F.) II Primo Libro de' Madri- 
gali ... Con Due Madrigali Cromatici nel 
Fine, nuouamente posti in luce da Claudio 
1567. obi. 4". 

A. 304. 

See Palestrina (G. P. da) II Primo 
Libro de' IMadrigali a Quattro Voci ... da 
M. Claudio Merulo . . . con ogni diligenza 
corretto. 1574. obi. 4". A. 343. 

See Porta (C.) Constautii Portae . . . 
LIusica in Introitus IMissarum . . . nunc 
primum a Claudio Coregiate in lucem 
edita. 1566. obi. 4°. A. 345. 

See Verdelot (P.) I JMadrigali del Primo 
et Secondo Libro . . . corretti da Claudio 
da Coreggio. 1566. obi. 4'. A. 443. b. 

MES. Mes soupirs font mes plaisirs. 
Rondeau. See Bailleul ( ). 

MES (Ghebardus) Souter Liedekens. 
V(-VIII.) Het achste (negeste) (thienste) 
(elfste) musyck boeck luit vier Partien, 
waer iune begrepen syn xxxi (xxxi) 
(xxxxiij) (xxviij) Psalmen van Dauid, 



da Correggio, etc. 



MES— METALLO 



123 



GhecompoDeert by Gherardus mes. . .Seer 
lustich om singen . . . ende te speclen op 
diuersche Instrumenten, etc. Superius. 
(Contra Tenor.) 8 pts. TMchnan Susato : 
Anficcrpcn, 1561. obi. 4°. K. 8. a. 12. 

MESLE ( ) Que la Dauphine et le 
Dauphin. Vaudeville sur la Naissance de 
Monseigneur le Due de Eourgogne, etc. 
[Paris,] 1751. s. sJi. 4". 298. c. 5. 

Merc we de France, Oct., 1751. 

MESM^IRIANA. Le Mesm^riana. [Song.] 
See II. II est un Dieu tutelaire, etc. 
[1780?] 8». B. 362. j. (12.) 

MESSIAH. Comfort ye my People. 
Messiah. (Ev'ry Vally.) [Recitative and 
Air, by G. F. Haendel.] Printed for 

F. Linley : [London, 1197 7] fol. 

G. 424. u. (41.) 

l\Iessiab. Oratorio. See Haendel (G. F). 

MESSIEURS. J\Iessieurs sur votre re- 
connaissance. Vaudeville. See Chapelle 
(P. D. A.) [Le Bailly Bienfaisant.] 

MESTA. Mesta mi lagno qual tortorella. 
Duett. See Guglielmi (P.) [L' A})ior 
tra le Vcjidetntnie.l 

MESTRINO (NicoLu) The Celebrated 
Capricio Arpeggio for Two Violins. 
[Separate Parts.] Printed for 

A. Hamilton : London, [1795 ?1 fol. 

h. 2910. b. (13.) 
Concerto pour le Violon avec Accomp' 
d'Orcbestre . . . No. 4. [Separate Parts.] 
Cli£z Sieber pdre : Paris, [17i)0 ?] fol. 

h. 1613. a. (14.) 
Concerto in B a Violino Principale, 
Violino Primo e Secondo, due Oboi, due 
Corni, Viola e Basso, etc. [Separate 
Parts.] Chez J. II. Naclermann : 

Paris, [1790?] fol. h. 192. (2.) 

6^ Concerto a Violon principal, etc. 
[Separate Parts.] Chez Imbault : 

Paris, [1790?] fol. h. 192. (1.) 

Three Duets Concertante for Two Violins. 
[Separate Parts.] 

Printed for A. Hamilton: London, 
[1795?] fol. h. 2910. b. (4.) 

A Grand Solo, for the Violin, with an 
Accomjjaniment for a Violoncello (ad 
libitum). Printed for J. A. Hamilton : 

London, [1800?] fol. g. 422. c. (6.) 

Wanting tlie Violoncello part. 

METALLO (Grammatio) Del :\retallo . . . 
Magnificat a quattro, & a cinque, Con 
le quattro Antifone, Hymno, & vn Motetto 
. . . con diuersi Canoni, e/c. Canto. (Alto.) 
(Tenore.) (Basso.) 4 pts. 

Appresso I' Hercde di Gierolamo Scoto : 
Venetia, 1603. 4". D. 78. f. 

Del IMetallo Messa, Motetti, et vn Mag- 
nificat a Cinque Voci, con vn' altro 



Magnificat et Motteti a Sei, & vn Circolo 
Musicale ... Opera xxi. Canto. (Alto.) 
(Tenore.) (Basso.) (Sesto.) 5 pts. 

Apjnxsso Giacomo Vincenti : 
Venetia, 1611. 4°. D. 78. k. 

Del Metallo. . .Messe a Cinque Voci con 
doi Motetti. . .Con il Basso per sonar 
nell' Orgauo. . .Opera xvii. Canto. (Alto.) 
(Tenore.) (Basso.) (Basso per sonar nell' 
Organo.) 5 pts. Appresso Giacomo 

Vincenti : Venetia, 1610. 4". D. 78. h. 

Del Metallo Messe Comodissime a Quattro 
Voce Pari. Nouamente composte . . . Libro 
Sesto. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) (Basso.) 
4 pts. Appresso Giacomo Vincenti : 

Venetia, 1602. 4". D. 78. g. 

Del Metallo Motetti a Cinque Voci con 
vna ^Magnificat a Dieci, et il Basso per 
sonar nell' Organo. . .Opera xviii. Canto. 
(Alto.) (Tenore.) (Basso.) (Basso per 
sonar 1' Organo.) 5 pts. 

Appresso Giacomo Vincenti : Venetia, 
1610. 4°. D. 78. i. 

Del Metallo IMotetti per Tutte le Solennita 
deir Anno, divisi in Doi Parte, a Quattro 
Voci, Con vna Regina Coeli a Otto Voci . . . 
Prima Parte. Opera xix. (Opera xx. 
Seconda Parte.) Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) 
(Basso.) 8 pts. Appresso Giacomo 

Vincenti : Venetia, 1610. 4^ D. 78. j. 

Del Metallo Motetti ]\Iagnificat et Madri- 
gali Spirituali a Tre Voci. Et nel fine doi 
Motetti air antica moderna, & licentiosi 
quali tutti si possono Cantare a vna, due, 
& tre voci. Con il suo Basso per I'Organo. 
Libro Terzo. Opera xxv. Canto. (Tenore.) 
(Basso.) 3 pts. Ajjpresso Giacomo 

Vincenti : Venetia, 1613. 4°. D. 78. 1. 

Del Metallo Ricercari a Due Voci. Per 
Sonare et Cantare. Nuouamente ri- 
stampati, & di nuoua agiunta accresciuti 
Canto. Appresso Ricciardo Amadino : 

Venetia, 1605. 4". D. 78. e. 

Del Metallo Ricercari a Due Voci . . . 
Nouamente ristampati, & di nuoua 
agiunta accresciuti. Canto. 

Appresso Eicciardo Amadino : Venetiay 
1609. 4". D. 78. m. 

Del MetaUo Ricercari a due Voci. Per 
Sonare, e Cantare. Accresciuti di noua 
Aggiuuta. Et da D. Florido Canonico 
de Siluestris da Barbarano emendati. 
Tenor. Andrea Fei: iJracciano, 1643. 4". 

D. 78. 

Del Metallo Ricercari a Due Voci Per 
Sonare, e Cantare. Nouamente Ri- 
stampati, accresciuti, e corretti da Pro- 
spero Chiocchia da Poll. . .Con 1' aggiunta 
delle Chiaui corrispondenti all' altre 
Chiaui generali, etc. Tenore. 
Per Vitale Mascardi : Boma, 1654. 4". 

D. 78. b. 



124 



IMMTALLO -MEYEJ{ 



METALTjO (GitAMM.vrio) Del iMetallo 
Kiccrcari a Duo Voci, Per Soiiare, e 
Cantarc. Nouameiitenstampati, e corretti 
Da Prospero Chiocchia da Poll ... In 
(juesta nuoua Editionc si sono messi per 
ordine ... & accrcsciuti due Ricercari, e 
due Cauoni molto studiosi. Canto. 
(Tenore.) 2 pts. Nclla Stamparia di 

lacomo Fei d'Aitdr. fu/l. : Roma, 1665. 4". 

D. 78. a. 

litis edition contains tioo Bicercari by 

Don Giovanni Salvatorc, and {in the 

Tenor part only) an Enigmaion Octo 

Vocum and Canon by Christoforo 

Sforza de Rossi. 

Del Metallo Ricercari a Due Voci. Per 

souare & cantarc. Nuouamente Ri- 

stampati, coreti, Et di noua agiunta 

accresciuti. Tenore. 

Appresso Alessandro Yincenti : Venctia, 
1G65. 4°. D. 78. e. 

Del Metallo Ricercari a Due Voci Per 
sonare, e cantarc. Nouamcnte ristampati, 
accresciuti, e corretti da Prospero Chioc- 
chia da Poli. . .Con I'aggiunta delle Chiaui 
corrispondenti all' altre Chiaui generali, 
& ordinarie per bcneficio de' Principianti, 
etc. Canto. (Tenore.) 2 pts. 
Fer il Mascardi : Roma, 1674. 4". 

D. 78. d. 
Jn the Canto part are tn'o Ricercari by 
Don Giovanni Salvatorc. 

METAMORPHOSIS. The Meta- 
morphosis. Con lie. Opera. 
See Jackson (W.) of Exeter. 
The Metamorphosis of John Bull and his 
]\I — st— rs. [Song. J 
See John Bcll. John Bull we know. 
■"1790?] s.sh.iol. G. 309. (86.) 

METASTASIO (I'iktro Antonio Do- 
MKNico BoNAVEXTUBA) Cauoni, etc. 

Fre.'iso Artaria Cump. : 
Vienna, 1782. obi. 4". A. 288. 

METHINKS. ]\rethinks I hear the full 
celestial choir. (Hee. See Crotch (W.) 

METHOD. A New and Easie Method to 
Learn to Sing by Book : . . . Design'd 
chiefly for, . . . the promoting of Psalmody ; 
and furnished with variety of Psalm 
Tunes in Parts, etc. 

Printed for William Rogers : 
London, 1686. 8\ " 1402. d. 13. 

METRALCOURT (Charles) Twenty 
Four Country Dances, with proper Direc- 
tions to each Dance, etc. 

I'rinted for the Author : 
London, [1792 ] obi. 4'. ' b. 55. (7.) 

MEUM. Meum and Tuum. [Song.] 
See DiBDiN (C.) [Private Theatricals.] 

MEUNIER. Le IMeunier de Coignac. 
[Song.] See PiiS (A. P. A. de) 



MEUNIER. LeMeunierGalan. Chanson. 
See Jkune. Une jeune fillctte voulant 
moudre son 1)1M, c/c. [1780?] 8". 

B. 362. b. (120.) 

MEUNIER ( ) L'Amitie voyant le 
niondc. Petit Air, etc. [Paris, 17802} 8". 

B. 362. e. (51.) 

MEUWIERE. La Meuniere. [Song.] 
See En. En revenant de St. Florent. 
[1790?] 8'. B. 362. e. (91.) 

MEUNIERE DE GENTILLY. La 

Meuniere de Clentilly. Comedie en un 
Acte en prose, . . . Gravee par M"° Vendome 
et le &"■ IMoria. [Words by Lc Monnier, 
music by J. B. de La Bordo. Full Score, j 
Atix Adresses ordinaircs de Musique : 
Pans, 1768. fol. H. 469. 

La Meuniere de Gentilly, Comedie cu 
un Acte, mcslee d'Ariettes ; par ]\I. IjC 
IMonnier . . . avec la Musique [by J. B. de 
La Bordei. Chc3 Vente : 

Paris, 1768. 8". 11738. h. 23. (6.) 

[Another edition.] La Meuniere de 
Gentilly, etc. See Recueil. RecueiL 
general des Opera Bouffons, etc. Tom. 2. 
1777. 8". 11735. b. 2. 

MEURSIUS (Joannes) See Aristoxenus. 
Aristoxenus. Nicomachus. Alypius. Auc- 
tores ]\Iusices antiquissimi, hactenus non 
editi. loannes Meursius. . .Notas addidit. 
1616. 4". 519. b. 27. 

MEUSEL (Godfrey) Rural Poetry, or a 
Hymn on the Month of May taken from 
Milton, to which are added Several . . . 
Songs taken from IMr. Pope's Works, etc. 

Printed for the Author : 
London, [11 AO?] fol. G. 233. 

MEUSNIER DE QUERLON (Anne 
Gaiuuei,) ^lemoire Historique sur la 
Chanson en general, et en particulier sur 
la Chanson Eranvoise. 
See IMONNET (J.) Anthologic Fran(,'oise, 
etc. 1765. 8". 85. e. 23. 

' MEYER (Bernhard) Organist. Trauer- 
! und Lob-Gedichte, welches, als die 
I Durchlauchtigste Fiirstin. . .Erau Sophia 
Augusta, verwittibte Fiirstin zu Anhalt 
... in der Fiirstlichcn Schloss-Kirchen 
. . . l)eygesetzet wurde.aussehr betriibteni 
Hcrtzen . . . entworffen, und mit einer 
schlechten Sangweise beleget worden, von 
Bernhard IMcyern. Matthaeus HencJiel : 
Wittenberg, ri682. < fol. 

10704. 1. 11. (8.) 

MEYER (F. G.) See Piccini (N.) [Roland.] 
Je vivrai si c'est votre euvie . . . Accomp' 
de F. G. Mever. [1795 ?] fol. 

G. 548. (18.) 

MEYER (Franciscus Josephus Leon- 
Tius) Ecclesia Triumphans in Campo, et 
Choro. Sen Te Deum Laudamus, Tantum 
Ergo, Vidi Aquam, Asperges, et Stella 



MEYER— MEZGER 



125 



Coeli ... A 4. Vocibus, 2. Violiuis, Violii, 
& duplici Basso necessariis, nee uon 2. 
Tromb. aut Coruibus & Tyiupano ad 
libitum . . . Opus iii. Soprano. (Tenore.) 
(Basso.) {Violiuo ii.) (Tromba i.) 
(Tromba ii.) (Organo.) 7 pts. 

'Ti/2)is Pri)ici2>alis 
Monaatciii S. GaUi,Im. VoIcki J. Smnm. . . : 
Untcr-Amcnjau, 1753. fol. " H. 3176. 

MEYER (-Joachim) Der anmassliche 
Hamburgische Criticus sine Crisi entgegen 
gesetzet dem so genannten Gottiugischen 
Ephoro J. Matthesons, uud dessen ver- 
meyntlicher Belehrungs Ungrund in 
Verthadigung der Theatralischen Kirchen- 
Music gewiesen, etc. Ijonqo, 1728. S\ 

7898. aaaa. 7. 
See D., J. j\I. Uuvorgreiffliehe Gedanken 
iiber die Neulich eingerissene Theatral- 
ische Kirchen-]\Iusic . . . vou .J'oachiml 
M[eyer] D[oetorl. 172G. S". 

7896. a. 5. 

MEYER (Philipp Jacob) tlie Elder. A 
Choice Collection of French Songs, Duetts 
and Trios, selected from the favourite 
Operas, adapted for the Harp, Piano-Forte 
or Harpsichord, by P. J. Clever. 
J. Welcker: London, ri77G? old. 4\ 

A. 768. (1.) 

A Second Collection of French Songs, etc. i 
Welcker: London, ^1180?] obi. A". 

A. 768. (2.) 1 
Tlie composers mentioned are: I>ttnij, 
Meyer and Albanese. 

Four Original Lessons for the Harp ... \ 
First Set. I'rintcd for Ii. Birchull : \ 

London, [1795 ?] fol. H. 2819. (21.) 
Two Sonatas for the Harp, with an 
Accompaniment for the Piano-Forte, or 
Two Violins, Viola and Violoncello, etc. 

Printed for Ii. Birchall : London, 
[1800 ■?] fol. ■ H. 2815. (9.) 

The Pianoforte part only. 

See CoswAY (M. C. L.) Mrs. Deux Senates 
. . . arrang^es pour Deux Harpe et Clave- 
cin . . . par P. J. Meyer, etc. 
[1787?] fol. h. 64. (3.) 

MEYER (Philipp Jacob) the Elder and 

COUARDE (Sebastiex) French Songs 

for 1779. Selected from the Operas, 

adapted for the Harp, Piano Forte or 

Harpsichord by P. J. Clever \- ^Mons' 

Couarde. •/. Wclckcr : London, 

[1779] fol. H. 1439. 

The comjwsers named in tJiis collection 

are: Albanese, Mereau, Beaiimarchais, 

the Due de Nivernois and ' 3P' 

Huron.' 

MEYER (Rudolf) Sterbeusspiegel, das 
ist sonnenklare Vorstellung menschlicher 
Nichtigkeit . . . vermitlest 60. . . . Kupfer- 
bliittern, lohrreicher Uberschrifften, und 



beweglicher zu vier stimmen aussgesetztcr 
TodtengesJiugen. Vor disem angefangen 
durch Riidolffen ^leyern S. von Ziirich 
. . . Jetzt aber ... zu end gebracht, und 
verlegt: durch Conrad Meyern, etc. (An- 
liang des Todtendantzes in acht . . . zu 
vieren stimmen aussgesetzten . . . Sterb- 
gestingen.) Bri/ .J. -J. Bodmcr : Ziirich, 
1(550. 8'. ' 1044. f. 1. 

MEZENA. Mczena does my Heart in- 
spire. Song. Sec PcRCELii (D.) 

MEZGER (Fran-z) Ouverture d'CEdipe a 
Colonne [bj- A. M. G. Sacchini] arrangee 
pour le Clavecin ou le Forte-Piano avec 
Accompagiiement de Violon par F. Mezger. 
Chez Jf Boycr : Paris, ri787 ?] fol. 

g. 81. (12.) 
Wanting the ]'iolin part. 

Ouverture de Don Quichotte, arrangee 
pour Clavecin ou Forte-piano avec Violon 
ad Libitum, etc. Chez M^ Boi/cr : 

Paris, [lido?] fol. g. 81.'(2.) 

Wanting the Violin part. This is prob- 
ably the overture to Paisiello's, Pic- 
cinni's or Tarchi's ^Don Chisciotto.' 

Ouverture de I Viaggiatori Felici [by P. 
Anfossi ?] arrangee pour Clavecin ou 
Forte-Piano avec Violon ad libitum. 
Chez M>- Holier : 7'rtri.s, [1785?] fol. 

g. 81. (7.) 
Wanting the 1 iolin part. 

Ouverture de I'lmpresarioou Du Directeur 
dansTEmbarras bvD. Cimarosa] Arrangee 
pour Clavecin ou Forte-Piano avec Accom- 
pagnement de Violon — ad libitum — par 
^I"' Mezger. Chez M'' Boycr : Paris, 

1790?] fol. g. 81. (9.) 

Wanting the \'iulin 2wrt. 

Ouverture de Pierre le Grand [by A. E. ^I. 
Gretry] arrangee pour Clavecin ou Forte- 
Piano avec Violon ad Libitum. 
Chez M'- Boi/er: Paris, [ITJO?] fol. 
i . ^ .. S- 81. (15.) 

Wanting the 1 iolin part. 

Ouverture del Fanatico Burlato [by D. 
Cimarosa] Arrangee pour Clavecin ou 
Forte-Piano avec Violon ad Libitum par 
M'' Mezger. Chez M^ Boycr : Paris, 

[1790?] fol. g. 81. (14.) 

Wanting the Violin part. 

Ouverture della Pastorella Nobile \h\ P. 
Guglielmi] arrangee pour Clavecin ou 
Forte-Piano avec Violon ad Libitum par 
M' ]\Iezger. Chez 31'' Bayer : Paris, 

1790?] fol. g. 81. (10.) 

Wanting the Violin part. 
Ouverture dellc Gelosie Villane fby G. 
Sarti] Arrangee pour Clavecin avec Violon 
ad libitum par M'' Mezger. 
Chez M'- Boycr: Paris, [1785?] fol. 

g. 81. (11.) 

Wanting the Violin part. 



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MEZGER— MICHEL 



MEZGER (Fkanz) Oaverture des Dana- 
ides [by A. SalieriJ Arrangee pour le 
Clavecin ou le Forte-Piano avec Accom- 
pagnemeut de Violon par M"' Mezger. 
Chez M<- Boyer : Paris, [1785 ?] fol. 

g. 81. (17.) 
Wanting the Violin part. 

Oaverture des Pr6tendus [by J. B. Le 
Moyne], Arrangee pour Clavecin ou Piano 
Forte avec Violon ad Libitum par M' 
Mezger. [Separate Parts.] 
Chez M'- Boycr : Paris, [1789.] fol. 

g. 272. r. (25.) 

[Another copy.] g. 81. (5.) 

Wanting the Violin part. 
Ouverture du Philosophe Imaginaire [by 
G. Paisiello] pour Clavecin ou Forte-Piano 
avec Violon ad Libitum. Arrangee par 
M' Mezger. Chez M>' Boyer : Paris, 

[1785?] fol. g. 81. (4.) 

Wanting the Violin part. 
Ouverture du Rival Confident [by A. E. M. 
Gretry] arranges pour le Clavecin ou le 
Porte Piano et Violon ad Libitum par 
M"' Mezger. Chez ill'' Boyer : Paris, 

[1790?] fol. g. 81. (16.) 

Wanting the Violin part. 
Ouverture et Airs de Panurge [by A. E. M. 
Gr6try] arrangee pour le Clavecin ou le 
Forte Piano avec Violon et Basse ad 
Libitum. Chez M'' Boyer : Paris, 

[1790?] fol. g. 81. (1.) 

Wanting the Violin imrt. 

See Cherubini (M. L. C. Z. S.) [Ddmo- 
phoon.'] Ouverture. . .arranges. . .par M' 
Mezger. [1788?] fol. g. 81. (6.) 

.See Ferrari (G, G.) {La Villanclla 
Bapita.] Ouverture. . .arrangee. . . par 
W Mezger. [1790 ?] fol. g. 81. (3.) 
See Paisiello (G.) [GU Schiavi per Amore.] 
Ouverture. . .arrangee. . .par J. F. IMezger. 
[1785?] fol. g. 81. (8.) 

See Vogel (.J. F.) [La Toison d'Or.] 
Ouverture. . .arrangee. . .par F. IMezger. 
[1786.] fol. g. 81. (13.) 

MEZLER (Thomas) Odajum Litteratae 
luventutis, in Sex Libros Tributum, etc. 
[With tunes in two-part harmony.] 
Ex typographla Theodori Meyeri : Fribiirgl 
Brisgoix, 1651. 12". 11408. df. 3. 

MEZZO. Mezzo mondo ho visitato. Aria, 
^'ee CiMAROSA (D.) 

MI. Mi brilla, [Song,] in English and 
Italian. \London, 1720 ?] fol. 

G. 305. (251.) 

[Another copy.] G. 306. (176.) 

Mi dicon le donzelle. Glee. 

.See Webbe (S.) the Elder. 

]\Ii dona, mi rende. See Bertoni (F. G.) 

[Ezio.'] 

Mi sento nel mio sen. Rondo. 

See GiORDANi (G.) or (T.) 



MIA. La mia crudel Tiranna, etc. [Ar- 
ranged bv E. S. Biggs.] R. Birchall : 
London, [1800 ?] fol. G. 425. (21.) 

La mia Dorabella. Trio. 

See Mozart (.J. W. A.) [Gosi fan tutte.] 

La mia Pastorella. Duetto. 

See Guglielmi (P.) [La Pastorella 

Nobile.] 

La mia Sposa. [Song.] 

.See Albertini (G.) [Virginia.] 

La mia tenera agnellina. Duett. 

.See Guglielmi (P.) [La Pastorella 

Nobile.] 

MICHAEL (Rogier) See Nitzsch (M.) 
Gesangbuch, etc. (Der Ander Theil : Die 
Gebreuchlichsten . . . Gesenge D. Mart. 
Luth. vnd anderer frommen Christen. 
Itzo auffs newe . . . Componieret . . . durch 
R. Michael, etc.) 1594 (159-3). 4". 

3435. g. 20. (2.) 

MICHAEL (Samuel) Psalmodia Regia, 
das ist : Ausserlesene Spriiche aus den 
ersten 25 Psalmen. . .Mit 2. 3. 4. vnd 5. 
Stimmen, Beydes Vocaliter vnd auch In- 
strumentaliter zu gebrauchen, componirt 
.. .Erster Theil. 1. Discantus. (11. Dis- 
cantus.) (Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 
(Bassus pro Organis.) 6 pts. Bey J. 

Francken scl. Erhen vnd S. Scheiben : 
Leipzig, 1632. 4°. C. 232. 

MICHAEL (Tobias) Musicalischer See- 
lenlust, Erster Theil, Darinnen ausserle- 
sene . . . Glaubeus-Seufftzorlein, Andacht 
vnd Fre\vde...mit 5. Stimmen vnd jhrem 
Bass. Contin. componiret, etc. Prima 
(-Quinta) Vox. (Bass. Contin.) 6 pts. 
Gedrucht. . .bey Gregorio 
Bitzschen, in Verlegung Samuel Scheibens : 
Leipzig, 1634 (1635). 4°. C. 40. (1.) 

The Tenor is dated 1635 and published 

In Verlegung Johann Franckens selig. 

Erben vnd Samuel Scheibens. 
[Another copy. Prima (Quarta) Vox.] 
2 pts. C. 40. a. (1.) 

Musicalischer Seelen-Lust Ander Theil, 
Darinnen, gleichermassen, ausserlesene 
. . .Glaubens-Seufftzerlein . . . mit 1. 2. 3. 
4. 5. 6. vnd mehr Stimmen, abgewech- 
selten Instrumenten, Symphonien vnd 
Capelleu gesetzete, doch nur in fiinff 
Voces vnd ihrem Bass, contin. eingetheilete 
Concert zu befinden, etc. Prima(-Quinta) 
Vox. (Bass. Contin.) 6 pts. Li 

Verlegung Johann Franckens Sel. Erben 
vnd Samuel Scheiben:. [Leipzig,] 1637. 4" 

C. 40. (2.) 

[Another copy. Prima Vox.] 

C. 40. a. (2.) 

MICHEL ( ) -See Alpereri ( ) Du 
jeune Dieu qu'on adore a Cythere. 
Romance. . .Accompaguement de Guittare 
de M' Michel. [1790 ?] 8". 

B. 362. e. (20.) 



MICHEL— MID-WATCH 



127 



MICHEL (J.) psmd. [i.e. Michel Yost.] 
Concerto (ix) pour Clarinette Principale, 
Deux Violons, Alto at Basse, Deux Haut- 
bois et Deux Cors. [Separate Parts.] 
Chez Pleyel : Paris, [1800 ?] fol. 

h. 2164. (1.) 

[IC] Concerto pour Clarinette Principale, 
Deux Violons, Alto et Basse, Deux Haut- 
bois et Deux Cors. [Separate Parts.] 
Chez Pleyel : Paris, [1800 ?] fol. 

h. 2164. (2.) 

Concerto (xi) pour Clarinette Principale, 
Deux Violons, Alto et Basse, Deux Haut- 
bois et Deux Cors. [Separate Parts.] 
Chez Pleyel : Paris, [1800 ?] fol. 

h. 2164. (3.) 
On the inside title this ivork is attributed 
to Michel and Vogel. 

Concerto (xii) pour Clarinette Principale, 
Deux Violons, Alto et Basse, Deux Haut- 
bois et Deux Cors. [Separate Parts.] 
Chez Pleyel: Paris, [1800?] fol. 

h. 2189. e. (1.) 
Wanting the first two pages of the Solo 
Clarinet part. 

Concerto (xiv) pour Clarinette Principale, 
Deux Violons, Alto et Basse, Deux Haut- 
bois et Deux Cors. [Separate Parts.] 
Chez Pleyel: Pans, [1800?] fol. 

h. 2164. (4.) 
On the inside title tliis ivork is attribtited 
to Michel and Vogel. - 

Six Duos pour Deux Clarinettes...Op. (6.) 
Broderip &: Wilkinson : 
Lo7idon, 11800?] fol. h. 3212. b. (4.) 
Watiting tJie first Clarinet part. 

Six Favorite Duets, for Two Clarinets 
never before Published . . . Opera xii. 
[Separate Parts.] Printed for J. Kohler : 
London, [1800?] fol. h. 2189. c. (4.) 

MICHEL CERVANTES. Jeunes 
Beaut6s au regard tendre. Air de Michel 
Cervantes [by C. G. Foignet]. Avec 
Accomp' de Guittare. [Paris, 1794 ?] 8°. 

B. 362. (14.) 

MICHELE ( ) See Michel (J.) pseud. 

MICHELI (DoMESico) II Quinto Libro 
de jNIadrigali a Cinque Voci con vno 
Dialogo a dieci, etc. Canto. (Alto.) 
(Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 pts. 

Apprcsso Angclo Gardano : 
Venetia, 15S1. obi. 4°. A. 293. 

MICHELI (Romano) Musica Vaga et 
Artificiosa Continente Motetti conoblighi, 
& Canoni diuersi...Nouamente composta, 
& data in luce. Appresso 

Giacomo Vincenti : Venetia, 1615. fol. 

K. 4. h. 6. 

MICHELL ( ) Mr. 
See Michel (.J.) pseud. 



MICHON, afterwards BOURDELOT 
(Pierre) .See Histoire. Histoire de la 
Musique, etc. [Founded on MSS. by P. 
Michon, afterwards Bourdelot P. Bonnet, 
afterwards Bonnet-Bourdelot, edited and 
published by J. Bonnet.] 1715. 12^ 

1042. f. 3. 

MIDAS. Midas. A Comic Opera... For 

the Harpsichord, Voice, German Flute, 

Violin, or Guitar. [Libretto by K. 

O'Hara. Music selected from popular 

airs.] Printed for I. Walsh: London, 

[1764.] obi. fol. D. 272. (3.) 

This copy contaijis a MS. opening 

chorus in the handwriting of Dr. 

Kitchener. 

[Another copy.] D. 271. (1.) 

Imperfect, umnting pp. 1-7 and 37-52. 

A new edition of The Favorite Burletta of 
Midas . . . Adapted for the Harpsichord, 
Voice, German Flute or Violin. Printed 
for R. Birchall : London, [1795 ?] fol. 

H. 230. b. (3.) 

Jove in his Chair. [Two-Part Chorus.] 

Sung in Midas. C\harles and] S[amuel] 

T[hompson : London, 1775?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. a. (160.) 

Lovely Nymph asswage my anguish. A 
Favourite Song sung by Mr. Du Bellamy 
. . .in the Character of Apollo in Midas, etc. 
{London, 111-2?] s. sh. io\. 

G. 805. e. (10.) 
[Another copy.] H. 1994. a. (191.) 

[Another edition.] Lovely nymph as- 
swage my anguish, etc. [London, 
1772?] s.sh.iol. H. 1994. d. (41.) 

Lovely Nymph. [Song.] Sung by Mr. 

Mattocks in Midas, etc. 

[London, 1768.] 8". P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. XLII.,p. 101. 
Lovely Nymph asswage my Anguish. A 
Favourite Air. Sung by Mr. Du Bellamy, 
in Midas, at the Theatre Royal, in Covent- 
Gardeu. [London, 1772.] s. sh. 4^ 

159. n. 4. 

London Magazine, July, 1772. 

MIDDLESEX. The Middlesex Farmer. 

[Song.] See At. At Night with the 

Woodlark I rest. [1770 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. a. (152.) 

The jMiddlesex Freeholders' Resolution. 

[Song.] See To. To Freedom dedicate 

the Day. [1768.] s. sh. fol. 

G. 312. (227.) 
MIDNIGHT. A Midnight Thought. 

[Song.] See Abington (L.) 

MIDST. Midst silent Shades. Song. 
Sff- Hammond (J.) 

MIDSUMMER. The Midsummer Wish. 
Song. See Carey (H.) 

MID-WATCH. The Mid- Watch. Song. 
See Arne (M.) 



128 



MID-WATCH— MILKMAI D 



MID-WATCH. The Mid-Watch. Song. 
See LiNLEY (W.) [The Glorious First of 
June.] 
MIGHTY. The mighty Bowl. Song. 
See Fill. Fill me a Bowl, a mighty 
Bowl, efc. [1735?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 307. (200.) 
The Mighty Bowl. [Song.] See Fill. 
Fill me a Bowl, etc. [1757.] s. sli. 8\ 

P.P. 5439. ab. 
MIGNON (Jkan) Missa Quatiior Vocum, 
ad Imitatiouem Moduli, Gaudcte in 
Domino semper ; . . . Nova Editio. Typis 
Joannis Baptistie Christophori Ballard : 
Lutetix Parisiorum, 1728. fol. 

K. 10. b. 1. (3.) 
Missa Quatuor Vocum, ad Imitationem 
Moduli, Iterum dico, gaudete . . . Nova 
Editio. Typis Joannis Baptisttc Christo- 
nhori I'.allard: Tjutcti;r Parisiorum, 
1729. fol. K. 10. b. 1. (2.) 

Missa Quatuor Vocibus, cui Titulus, 
Laetitia sempitcrna, etc. E.v Officina 

Cliristopliori Ballard : Parisiis, 1101. fol. 

K. 10. b. 1. (4.) 
MILAN (Luis) Libro de Alusica de 
vihuela de mano. Intitulado El maestro. 
El qual trahe el mesmo estilo y ordeu 
que vn maestro traheria con vn discipulo 
principiante, etc. G. L. Francisco PAaz 
Piomano : Valencia, 153G. fol. 

K. 8. e. 8. 

Tlic date on the title is 1535. 

MILANI (Francesco) Vespri per Tutto 

r Anno a Quattro Voci con 1' Organo, e 

senza, etc. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) 

(Basso.) [Basso per 1' Organo.] 5 pts. 

Appresso Alessandro Vinccnti : Tcnetia, 
1G35. 4". E. 5. 

The iitle-paqe of the Organo part is 
ivantirig; ' that of the Canto is 
mutilated. 
MILANUTIUS (Carolus) Sacri Rosa- 
rum Flores, tiim Binis, Ternis, turn 
Quaternis Vocibus. Liber primus. Opus 
Primum. Bass us ad Organum. Apiid 

lacobum Vincentimn : Venetiis, 1619. 4°. 

C. 233. 

MILCENT (Francisco Domingos) 
Jornal de IModinhos com acompanha- 
mento de Cravo, pelos INIilhores Autores, 
etc 24 Nos. Na Real Fabricade Mil zica : 
Lisboa, [1793.] fol. G. 1016. 

Imperfect, imnting Nos. 1-5, 7-12, 19 
and 20. 

MIIiCHMAEDCHEN UND DIE 
BEIDEN JAEGER. Das IMilchmad- 
chen und die beiden Jiiger. [Les deux 
Chasseurs et la Laitiere.] Ein Singspiel 
in einem Aufzuge aus dem Franzosischen 
iibersetzt. []Music by E. R. Duni.] 
See Operettas. Sammlung der komischen 
Operetten, t'/c. Band 11. No. 1. 1772. 8". 

B. 729. 



158. 

The 

(45.) 



MILCHMEYER (Johann Petkk) Die 
wahre Art das Pianoforte zu spielen, etc. 
FEW MS. NOTES. Co-vl Christian 

Meinhold : Dresden, lldl. obi. io\. 

d. 

MILD. !Mild as the op'uiug Dawn. 
Charity Boi/, a Favorite Ballad, etc. 
W. Cope : London, [ll'Jo?] fol. 

G. 365. 

MILDLY. .^lildly beam'd the Queen of 
Night. Glee. See Wesley (C.) 

MILES (Septimus) A New Song. . .writ- 
ten & composed by S. Miles. Come come 
my Friends be merry. 
[Londoti? 1797?] fol. G. 366. (33.) 

The Honourable Artillery Company's 
Grand Slow ]March and Quick Step, 
adapted for the Piano Forte, or two Ger- 
man Flutes, cfc. rLoHrfO'R.? 1795?! fol. 

G. 133". (45.) 

MILESIAN. Britannia's Conquest. 
[Song.] Sung. . .in the Melesian. [Words 
by J. Jackman, music by C. T. Carter.] 
S[amucl and] Alnn] T\Jiompson : 
London, 1778.] s. sh. fol. G. 313. (194.) 
The Milesian. Comic Opera. 
See Carter (C. T.) 

MILGROVE (Benjamin) Twelve Hymns 
as they are sung at... The Countess of 
Huntingdon's Chapel in Bath . . . Ijook 
2nd. [Bath ?] 1772. obi. i". 

B. 440. (3.) 

Twelve Hymns and a Favourite Lyric Poem 
written by Dr. Watts ; set to Music for 
Ir'our and Five Voices, with Organ Accom- 
paniments. . .Book III. Printed for the 
Author: Bath, 1181. fol. G. 502. (5.) 
The Rose had been wash'd. [Song, the 
words by W. Cowper,] as sung. . .by ^liss 
Quarman, at the Villa Gardens Bath, etc. 
[Full Score.] Printed for the Author : 
Bath, [1785.] fol. H. 1653. (36.) 

MILICIEN. Le Milicien, Comedie en un 
Acte, mesl6e d'Ariettes ; [Music by PI R. 
Duni, words] par M. Anseaume. {Chez la 
Veuve Duchesne : Paris, 1766.) 8". 

11738. b. 14. (3.) 

MILKMAID. The Milkmaid. [Song, 
begins: 'As I came from Milking.'] 
See Anglosini ( ) 

The Milk Maid. Cantata [begins : ' As 
Kate one morn ']. »S'ee Arnold (S.) 
The Milk Maid. [Song.] See Comini;. 
Coming home with mv Milk. 
[1760 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. (42.) 

The Milk Maid. [Song.] Sec Coming. 
Coming home with my milk, etc. 
[1766.] 8°. P-P 

The Milk Maid. [Song, begins 
Lark proclaim'd return of Morn.'] 
See Hook (J.) 



5441. 

' TLc 



MILK3IAID— MILLER 



129 



MILKMAID. The Milk :Maid. [Soug.] 
See Maria. IMaria when my Sight you 
bless. [1730?] s. sh. lo\. 

G. 316. e. (82.) 

The :Milkmaid. [Song, begins : ' A flaxen- 
headed Milkmaid.'] See Shield (W.) 
[The Farmer. The Plough Boy.] 
The Milkmaid singing. [Song.] 
See Hark. Hark to yonder IMilkmaid 
singing, etc. [1772.] 8^ P.P. 5438. z. 

MILLARD. See Miller (:M.) 

MILLER. The Miller. [Song.] 
See Hudson (R.) 

The ^Miller's a-sleep in his Mill. [Song.] 
See Christmas Tale. 
The Miller's Daughter. [Song.] 
See Hook (J.) 

The ]Miller's Song. Sec Near. Near the 
side of a Pond, etc. [1750 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (156.) 
The Miller's Song. [Song.] See Near. 
Near the Side of a Pond, etc. [175.3.] 8°. 

157. 1. 15. 

The Miller's Song. See Near. Near the 
side of a pond, etc. [1753.] 8^ 

249. c. 23. 

The Miller's Wedding. Song [begins: 
' Leave Neighbours your Work 'J. 
See Harlequin Ranger. 

The Miller's Wedding Day. [Song.] 
Sec Haste. Haste my Lads your Lasses 
bring. [1785?] s. s/(. fol. 

G. 308. (129.) 

MILLER OF MANSFIELD. How 

happy a State does y Miller posses. A 
Soug ill the Miller of Mansfield. [Words 
by C. Highmore, music by T. A. Arnc.] 
[London, 1737?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. h. (40.) 
[Another copv.1 

ADD. MSS. 29, 370. fol. 6. 
[Another copy.] G. 316. d. (165.) 

[Another edition.] How happy a State 

does the Miller possess, etc. 

[London? 1745?] s. sh. fol. G. 308. (49.) 

MILLER (Edward) Twelve Canzonets 

for the Voice and Piano Forte . . . Op. 10. 

Goiilding, Fliipps (0 D'Ahnaine: 

London, [1800?] fol. H. 2832. e. (40.) 

A Collection of New English Songs and a 
Cantata. J. Johnson : 

London, [1755 ?] fol. G. 806. i. (8.) 

[No. 2.] The Happy Pair, c^c. [Song, 

words by L. Pilkington, music by E. 
ililler.] See At. At dewy Dawn, etc. 
[1780?] fol. G. 306. (212.) 

[No. 3.] The Despairing Shepherd. 

See One. One Night when all the Village 

slept, etc. []Music by E. IMiller.] 

1755?] s.sh.iol. G. 310. (276.) 

VOL. II. 



MILLER (Edward) [No. 6.] Strephou 
and Chloe. See Young. Young Strephon 
once, etc. [By E. Miller.] [17G4.] 8\ 

P.P. 5441. 



The Constant Fair. 
1765 ?] s. sli. fol. 



[Song.] ^London, 
H. 1994. (43.) 



The Constant Fair. [For editions pub- 
lished anonymously :] See I. I'll to 
some shady cool retreat, etc. 

Elegies, Songs and an Ode of ^Ir. Pope's, 

with Instrumental Parts . . . Opera Terza. 

Printed for the Author : 

London, [1110?] fol. G. 569. 

Elements of Thorough Bass and Composi- 
tion, in which the Rules of Accompani- 
ment for the Harpsichord. . .are rendered 
amusing by the Introduction of Eight 
Italian, Eight French & Twelve English 
Songs collected from the Works of emi- 
nent Composers . . . With Proper Lessons 
for Practice. . .Opera Quinta. Longman 
(& Broderip : London, (1181.) fol. 

g. 748. a. 
lids work contains songs by H. Purcell, 
Giardini, Dr. Arne, E. Miller, Vento, 
W. E. Miller Junr., Handel, J. J. 
Rousseau, Albanese, Monsigmj, Ra- 
meau, Pergolesi, jomelli, Ghillini 
di Asuni, Sacchini, Paisicllo and 
Mazzinghi. 

The New Flute Instructor. Or : The Art 
of Playing the German-Flute. . .To which 
is added a Selection of popular . . . Tunes 
. . .for one, two, and three German Flutes. 
Also a Dictionary explaining the usual 
terms to be met with in ]Music, etc. 

Brodcrip Jb Wilkinson, for the Author : 
London, [1800 ?] obi. A". b. 118. 

This 2Cork contains compositions by 
Lulli, the Duke of Rutland, Haydn, 
Edelman, Pleyel, Dr. Harrington, 
Wiedeinann, Dr. Miller, [J. C] Bach, 
Blanq, Kotzwara, Handel, R. Bride, 
Fischer and Dr. Arnc. 

Institutes of Music, or easy Instructions 
for the Harpsichord ... To which are 
added . . . Lessons for Practice, etc. 

Ijongman and Broderip : 
London, [1771.] fol. g. 748. 

This work contains compositions by 
Miller, Ranieau, Corelli, Handel, 
Stamitz, Agrell, Vcm Malderc, Lully, 
Avison, Burton, Edelmann, Dietz, 
Paradics, Just, Arne, [J. C] Bach, 
Vanhall, Cocchi, Shroeter, Schobert 
and the King of Prussia. 

The NegTO Boy, who was Sold by an 
African Prince, for a IMetal Watch. A 
Favorite Soug, etc. Printed for J. Dale : 
London, ni90?] fol. G. 360. (32.) 

K 



130 



MILLER— MILLIONI 



MILLER (Edward) The Psalms of David 
for the use of Parish Churches tlie Words 
selected ... by the Rev'' G. H. Drummond. 
The Music Selected Adapted & Composed 
by E. Miller. (Addenda, containing some 
additional favorite Tunes.) IJ'. Miller : 
London, (1790.) 8". E. 402. 

The Addenda have separate pagination. 
Send me back my Heart. [Song.] The 
words by Sir John Suckling [or rather 
Dr. H. Hughes]. Sk[illcrii : London, 

1780 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 309. (134.) 

Six Solo? for a German Flute, with a 
Thorough Bass for the Harpsichord or 
Violoncello. Printed for J. Johnson : 

London, [1760 ?] ohl. i". ' c. 106. 

Six Sonatas for the Harpsichord ; with 
an Accompaniment to three of them, for 
a Violin, or German Flute. Wekker : 

London, [1765 ?] fol. g. 79. (4.) 

MILLER (F. I.) III. Quintettes pour 
Clavecin ou piano Forte avec Accom- 
pagnement d'un Violon, Flute, Alto et 
Basse. [Separate Parts.] Chez 

le S'' Go'tz : Mannheim, [1797 ?] fol. 

g. 473. 

MILLER (M.) Iphigenia in Aulide. A 
Grand Pantomime Ballet . . . Composed 
expressively by M. Slillard (]Miller), Com- 
poser to the Opera at Paris. [P. F.] 
2 Bks. Longman and Brodcrip : 

London, [1793.] fol. g. 230. (10.) 

[Another coi^y. Book ii.] h. 16. a. (7.) 
[Iphigenia in Aulide.] The Celebrated 
IMarch for a full Band, and adapted for 
the Piano Forte, etc. [Pull Score.] 

Longman and Brodcrip : 
London, [1795.] fol. g. 133. (46.) 

Twelve Military Marches . . . for Two 
Clarinets, Two French Horns & a Bassoon 
with a Trumpet, ad libitum, etc. [Separate 
Parts.] Longman and Brodcrip : 

London, [1795 ?] ohl. 4". b. 81. 

The Celebrated Opera Dances, for the 
Year, 1794 ; composed & adapted for the 
Piano-Forte, Violin or Flute. . .Book i. 

Longman and Brodcrip : 
London, [1794.] fol. g. 230. (11.) 

MILLER (William Edward) The Queen 
of France. [Song.] Words and ]\Iusic by 
W. E. IMiller. Longman and Brodcrip : 
London, [1793.] fol. G-. 366. (34.) 

MILLEVILLE (Francesco) Pompe 
Funebri nel IMortoria di Cliristo. Re- 
sponsorii delli Matutini la Sera nella 
Settimana Santa,. . .A 2. 3. & 4. voci pari, 
in Concerto co' 1 Basso Continuo per 16 
Clauicembalo, Tiorba, 6 simil' Instro- 
meuto . . . Opera xiiii. Canto. (Tenore 
Prinao.) (Tenore Secondo.) (Basso.) 
(Basso Continuo.) 5 pts. Apprcsso 

Alessandro Yincenti : Yenetia, 1624. 4°. 

K. 1. k. 6. 



MILL ICO (Giuseppe) Sei Ariette 
Italiano con parole allcmande per 1' Arpa, 
o Piano Forte o Guitarra . . . l''(-lll") 
Parte. 3 pts. Presso N. Simrocl: : 

Bonna, [1795 ?] obi. fol. E. 64.. 

Sei Canzoncine coll' AccompagnamentO' 
di jjiano-forte. Presso (i. G. Ncghcli : 

Zurigo, [1800 ?] obi. fol. E. 636. t. (3.> 
A Third Sett of Six Canzonets with an 
Accompauyment for the Pedal or Small 
Harp, Forte Piano, or Harpsichord, etc. 

Longman and Brodcrip) : 
London, [1785 ?] obi. 4°. A. 641. (3.) 
[Another copy.] B. 699. b. (3.)' 

A fourth Sett of . Six Canzonets with aa 
Accompauyment for the Pedal, or Small 
Harp, Piano Forte, or Harpsichord, etc. 

Longman and Brodcrip : 
London, [1785 ?1 ohl. 4". A. 641. (4.> 
Dormia sul margine. A Favourite Nevx 
(SoHgf. . .with an Accompaniment for the 
Harpsichord. [London, 

1774.] s. sh. 4". 159. n. {6.} 

London Magazine, April, 1774. 
Musical Trifles. A Collection of Sonatina 
for the Harp or Harpsichord . . . Adapted 
and Published ... by E. Jones, etc. 

Printed for the Editor : 
London, [1794 ?] obi. 4". b. 52. (2.> 

La Pieta d' Amore. Dramma [written 
by A. Lucchesi, Prince of Campofranco,] 
messo in musica dal Signor G. ilillico. 
[Full Score.] G. M. Porcclli : 

Napoli, 1782. fol. F. 139. 

Six Songs, with an Accompanymeut for 
the Great or Small Harp, Forte Piano or 
Harpsichord, etc. E. Bremner : London,. 
[1780?] ohl. 4°. A. 641. (1.) 

A Second Sett of Six Songs with an 
Accompauyment for the Great or Small 
Harp, Forte Piano or Harpsichord, etc. 
Wclckcr: London, [1180?] ohl. i". 

A. 641. (2.). 

MILLIONI (Pietro) Seconda Impress- 
ione del Quarto Libro d' Intauolatura di 
Chitarra Spagnola . . . Con vna aggiunta di 
molte sonate, & anco vna regola generals 
con la quale si puo 1' imparar' a sonare 
ogni sorte di sonate con trilli, etc. Per 

Gugliclmo Facciotti : Poma, 1627. ohl. 8°.. 

K. 4. a. 9. 

MILLIONI (Pietro) and MONTE. 
(LoDOVico) Vero e facil modo d' imparare 
a sonare, et accordare da se medesimo la 
Chitarra Spagnola, non solo con 1' Alfabeto, 
and accordatura ordinarii ma anco con vn' 
altro Alfabeto, & accordatura straordinarij 
nuouameute inueutati da P. Millioni, & L. 
Monte Compagni. Con vna Regola per 
imparare il modo d' accordare sei Chitarre, 
per jjoterle sonare insieme in concerto. . .di 
nuouo ristampatOjffc. Apprcsso gli Hcrcdi 
del Sali(io)ti, d: Agostino Grisci : Roma, 
Maccrata, 1637. ohl. 8". K. 4. a. 11^ 



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MILLIONI (riETKo) and MONTE 
(LoDOVico) Vero e facil modo d' impararo 
a sonare, et accordare da se medesimo la 
Chitarra Spagnuola . . . Con vna Regola 
per imparare il modo d' accordare sei 
Chitarra, etc. I'cr Ciacomo Zini : 

Venctia, 1G78. obi. 8". K. 4. a. 10. (1.) 

MILNER (Abraham) A Collection Revival 
and Refining (from the more gross & 
obscene Songs) of the old Catch Book 
together with a variety of two, & three 
Parts Songs from the most Eminent 
Masters. London, [1750?! obi. 4'. 

A. 414. 

The composers named are : T. Holmes, 

W. Lawes, Cranford, K. Nelham, W. 

Webb, H. Purcell, Dr. Aldrich, Gary, 

It. Brown, White, J. Hillon, T. Brewer, 

M. Wise, J. Lenton, Hodemonds, J. 

Savile, Ives, Playford, K. Coleman, W. 

Hoiocs, Cross, H. Lawes, M. Lock, 

Wilson, Freeman, J. Eccles, J. Blow, 

Marshal, It. Conrtcvil and Dr. Hayes. 

The Psalm Singer's Pocket Amusement, 

Being a Collection of PsaUn Tunes in two 

Parts, Tenor and Bass, consisting of 

the ^lost Valuable part of Ravenscroft's 

Book of Psalmody, to gather with a Variety 

of other new Tunes composed by the Most 

Eminent Masters, etc. London, [1750 ?] S". 

A. 414. a. 

Sacre:! Melody, being a Choice Collection 

of Anthems, in Two, Three, and Four Parts, 

from the most Eminent blasters. 

London, [11 bQr\ obi. i". A. 1039. 

The composers nanud arc: J. Church, 

Dr. Turner, J. Clarke, It. Kinr/, 

Dr. Croft, M. Wise, W. Humfreys, 

H. Purcell, Laws and Dr. Blow. 

MIIiTIADE A MARATHON. Mon fils 
vole aux champs de I'houneur. Air dc 
Miltiade a Marathon [by J.B. Le ^Mojnie,] 
avec accomp' de Guitarre. Che.: Iml>ault : 
Paris, ri793.] 8'\ B. 362. d. (7.) 

MILTON. Milton Oj-sters. Song. 

See Therk. There was a brisk & sprightly 
lass. ri870?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. a. (82.) 

MINCE PYE. The I\Iince Pye. [Song.] 
Sec Alcock (J.) the Younger. 

MIND. The mind of bright Sukey's a 
jewel. Song. See TuRxon (E.) 
Mind the main Chance. Ballad. 
See ]\IouLD.s (J.) 

MINERVE. ]\Iinerve, () divine sagesse. 
Air. See Ecpiirosine. 

MINGUET Y YROIi (Pablo) Reglas, 
y Advertencias generales que enseuan el 
modo de tafier todos los Instrumentos 
mejores.. .como son la Guitarra, Tiple, 
Vandola, Cythara, Clavicordio, Organo, 
Harpa, Psalterio, Bandurria, Violin, 
Flauta Travesera, Flauta Dulce, v la 



Flautilla, con varies Tanidos, Danzas 
Contradanzas, y otras cosas. . .figuradas 
en diferentes Laminas finas, por Musica, 
y cifra, al estilo Castellano, Italiano, 
Catalan, v Frances, etc. 6 pts. Joachin 
Ibarra : Madrid, (1752-)1754. obi. 4'\ 

K. 8. b. (20.) 

EacJi part lias a separate title-page. 

The title-pages of the parts con'aining 

Reglas for tJie Psalterio and for 

Flutes are alone dated. 

MINIATURE. The iliniature. Song. 

Sn; PlKYEL (I. -J.) 

MINNELYCKE SANGH-RYMPIES. 

IMinnelycke Sangh-Rympies, vermenght 
met eenighe Sonnetten, ende and're 
Ghedichtes. [Words by J. Krul.] 

Ghedrucktby P. I. Slyp : t'Amstehedam, 
1634. 4". 638. i. 27. 

Part of Krul's collected works entitled 
' Eerlycke I'ytkorting,' etc. 

[Another copy.] 11556. dd. 32. (2.) 

MINSTREL. The IMinstrel. Songs. 
S r Hook (J.) 

MINUETS. [Arranged chronologically.] 
The Prince's Minuet. [Song.] 
Sec Clarinda. Clariuda's an Exquisite 
Creature ... A Song to the Prince's 
Minuet. [1710?] s. sh. fo\. 

H. 1601. (104.) 
Select Minuets. Collected from the 
Operas, the Balls at Court, the IMas- 
querades, and all Publick Entertainments. 
For the Harpsicord, Violin, or German 
Flute. Compos'd by ^.Ir. Handel, Dr. 
Greene, ^Mr. ;M. C. Festing, ;Mr. Hudson. 
MS. NOTES. Printed for T. Walsh: 

London, [1745 ?] obi. 4". a. 26. h. 

The composers named are: Hudson, 

Glover, Handel, Pescetti, Hasse, 

St. Martina, Festing and Wcideman. 
Minuets for His Majesty's Birth Day, as 
they were Perform'd at the Ball at Court. 
For the Harpsicord, Violin, or German 
Flute. 1747. Printed for I. Walsh : 

London, [1747.] obi. 4'\ a. 26. g. (1.) 
Wanting the last leaf. The composers 

nained are : Desnoyer, Vincent, Junr., 

Dubourgh and Weideman. 
Minuets for His Majesty's Birth Day, as 
they were Perform'd at the Ball at Court. 
For the Harpsicord, Violin or German 
Flute. 1748. Printed for I. Walsh: 

London, [1748.] obi. 4°. a. 26. g. (2.) 

The only composer named is Dubourgh. 
INIinuets Perform'd at Court, the 'Mas- 
querades, and all Publick Places. For the 
Harpsicord, Violin or German Flute, for 
1749. Printed for I. WalsJi : London, 
[1749.] obi. 4°. a. 26. g. (3.> 

The composers named arc Desnoyer and 

St. Martini. 



[Another copy.] 



a. 



300. 

k2 



(3.> 



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MINUETS 



MINUETS. Minuets for His ^Majesty's 
Birth Day, as they were Perform'd at the 
Ball at Court. For the Harpsicord, Violin 
or German Flute. 1750. Printed 

for I. Walsh : London, [1750.] obi. 4°. 

a. 26. g. (4.) 

Minuets Perform'd at Court, the INIas- 
querades, and all Publick Places. For 
the Harpsicord, Violin, or German Flute, 
for 1750. Prmtcdforl. WalsJi : London, 
[1750.] obi. 4". a. 26. g. (5.) 

Sixteen of the most favourite Minuets with 
their Basses . . . neatly fitted for the 
German-Flute, Violin or Harpsicord. 
D. Rutherford : London, [1750 ?] 4". 

b. 53. c. (1.) 

Minuets for His IMajesty's Birth Day, as 
they were Perform'd at the Ball at 
Court. For the Harpsicord, Violin, or 
German Flute. 1751. Printed for 

I. Walsh : London, [1751.] obi. 4". 

a. 26. g. (6.) 

Minuets Perform'd at Court, the Mas- 
querades, and all Publick Places. For the 
Harpsicord, Violin, or German Flute, for 
1752. Printed for I. Walsh : London, 

[1752.] obi. 4°. a. 26. g. (7.) 



[Another copy] 



a. 26. e. (1.) 



Minuets for His Majesty's Birth Day, as 
they were Perform'd at the Ball at Court. 
For the Harpsicord, Violin, or German 
Flute. 1753. Printed for I. Walsh : 

London, [1753.] obi. i". a. 26. g. (8.) 
The only composer najned is Sigr. 
Palma. 

Minuets for His Majesty's Birth Daj'^, as 
they were Perform'd at the Ball at Court. 
For the Harpsicord, Violin, or German 
Flute. 1754. Printed for I. Walsh : 

London, [1754.] obi. 4°. a. 26. g. (9.) 

Minuets for His Majesty's Birth Day, as 
they were Perform'd at the Ball at Court. 
For the Harpsicord, Violin, or German 
Flute. 1755. Printed for L Walsh : 

London, [1755.] obi. i". a. 26. g. 10. 

A Collection of Choice jMinuets. As they 
are perform'd at the two Theatres. . ., set 
for the Violin German Flute or Hautboy 
with a Thorough Bass for the Harpsicord. 
Book 1st. Printed for I. Oswald: 

London, [1755 ?] obi. 4". d. 132. 

A Fourth Collection of Sixteen of the 
most Favourite Minuets with their Basses, 
etc. D. Euthcrford: London, [1155?] 4". 

b. 53. e. (2.) 

A Minuet ; from Vienna. [Harpsichord.] 

[London, 1755.] 8". 250. c. 2. 

Gentleman'' s Magazine, Vol. XXV., p. 35. 



MINUETS. Minuets for His Majesty's 

Birth Day, as they were Perform'd at the 

Ball at Court. For the Harpsicord, Violin, 

or German Flute. 1756. Printed for 

I. WalsJi, : London, [175G.] obi. 4". 

a. 26. g. (11.) 

The Prince of Brunswick's Minuet. 
[Harpsichord.] [London,] 1759. 8". 

P.P. 5441. 

Royal Magazine, Vol. I., p. 95. 

A Collection of new ^Minuets for the Year 
1760 Perform'd at Court on His Majesty's 
Birth-Day. Set for the Harpsichord, 
Violin, German Flute or Hautboy. 

Printed for Tliompson d Son: London, 
[1760.] obi. 4". a. 26. b. (1.) 

[Another copy.] a. 26. (1.) 

Wanting the title-page and pp. 77 aiid 79. 

A Favourite French-Horn Minuet, w"' 
Variations. [London, 1760?] s. sh. fol. 
H. 1994. a. (212.) 

The Masquerade Minuet, as perform'd 
at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden. 
[Strings & Flutes.] [London, 

1760 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1994. a. (219.) 

The Queen's Jlinuet, as perform'd in the 
Masquerade at the Theatre Roj'al in 
Drury Lane. [Strings.] [London, 

1760 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1994. a. (4.) 

Eighteen New Spanish ]\Iinuets for Two 
Violins and a Bass. Compos'd by Sig' 
Herrando, Sig' Cabar, Sig"" Camusso, 
Sig' Espinosa, Sig" Luna and Sig' 
Narcisso. Printed for J. -Johnson : 

London, [1760 ?] obi. 4». " a. 25. (1.) 

A Collection of new IMinuets for the 
Year 1761. Perform'd at Court on His 
Majesty's Birth Day. Set for the Harpsi- 
chord, Violin and German Flute. Printed 
for J. Johnson: London., [1761.] obi. 4". 

a. 26. b. (2.) 
A Collection of New ]\Iiuuets for the 
Year 1763. Perform'd at Court on his 
]\Iajesty's Birth Day. Set for the Harpsi- 
chord, etc. Printed for Thompson ct Sons : 
London, [1763.] obi. 4°. a. 26. f. (1.) 
A Collection of New Minuets for the 
Year 1764. Perform'd at Court on his 
Majesty's Birth Day. Set for the Harpsi- 
chord, etc. Printed fur C. <£ S. 
Thompson : London, [1764.] obi. 4". 

a. 26. b. (3.) 

Lady Coventry's Minuet. [P. F. and 
Vocal Duet.] [London, 1765 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. a. (43.) 
[Another edition.] Lady Coventry's 
Minuet. FP. F. and] Duetto for two 
Voices. [London, 1765 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 311. (70.) 

Captain ]Mather's Minuet. 

[J^ondon, 1766.] 8°. 158. 1. (11.) 

London Magazine, 1766, p. 582. 



MINUETS 



133 



MINUETS. A Collection of New Minuets 
for the Year 1766. Perform'd at Court on 
his Majesty's Birth Day. Set for the 
Harpsichord, dc. Printed for 

C.d- S. Thontvson : London, [Yi&&.'] ohlA". 

a. 26. (2.) 
A Collection of Minuets for the Year 
[1767?] Perform'd at Court on His 
]\Iajesty's Birth Day. Set for the Harpsi- 
chord, etc. Printed for J. Johnson : 
Lo»f/o«, [1767?] o5Z. 4". " a. 26. (4.) 
The date has been obliterated. 

New Minuets for the Y'ear 1770. . .Set for 
the Harpsichord, etc. Printed for 

Longman d- Co. : London, [1710.] obi. i". 

a. 26. (3.) 

A Collection of the Newest and best 
Minuets. Adapted for the Violin or Ger- 
man Flute with a Ba-ss for the Violincello 
or Harpsichord. Priyited for U. Steirart : 
Edinb7(rgh,iinO'^] obi. r. a. 9. b. (6.) 

Fourteen Neopolitan ^Minuets, for Two 
Violins and a Bass, etc. J. Lonqman d 

Co. : London, ^1770?] obi. 4". 

b. 53. a. (6.) 
TliC part for Violins only. 

Thompson's Compleat Collection of 100 
Favourite Minuets. . .Set for the Harpsi- 
chord, f^r. 3 Vols. [1770?-1775? oW. 4". 
Sec TiiCMPSOx, Music Publishers. 

a. 223. d. 

Lady Coventry's Minuet. See Tacet (J.). 

Ladv Coventry's ]\Iinuet with Variations, 
etc. ' [1770?] s. sh. fol. G. 311. (14b.) 

A Collection of New Minuets for the Year 
1772. . .Set for the Harpsichord, etc. 
I'rinied fiT C. d S. Thompson : London, 
[177ti.] obi. 4\ a. 26. a. (2.) 

Minuet.- as they were Perform'd at the 
Ball at Court . . . for the Harpsichord, 
Violin and German Flute, for the Year 

1772. Printed for T. Straight and 
SkiUern : London, [1772.] obi. 4". 

a. 26. a. (3.) 

Bath New Assembly-Room Minuet. 
[P. F.] [London, 1773.] s. sh. 4". 

159. n. 5. 
London Magazine, April, 1773. 

The I'nchess of Cumberland's Minuet. 
[P. F.] [London, 1773.] s. sh. 4". 

159. n. 5. 
London Magazine, June, 1773. 

The Hou'"^' Cosmo Gordon's new ^linuet. 
[Full Score.] G. Gardom : London, 

1773. f. .^/;."fol. h. 141. a. (15.) 

Lady Bettv Wood's Minuet. [P. F.] 
[Londo'.i, 1773.] s. sh. 4". 159. n. 5. 

London Magazine, Nov., 1773. 

JMaster IMatthew's Minuet. [P. F.] 
[Londo::, 1773.] s. sJi. 4". 159. n. 5. 

Londoi Magazine, Feb., 1773. 



MINUETS. IMenuet de la Reine Charlotte. 
[Song.] Sec Viens. Viens cel^brer la- 
Reine, etc. [1773.] s. sh. 4". 159. n. 5. 

Blackheath :\Iiuuet. [P. F.] 
[London, 1774.] s. sh. 4°. 159. n. 6. 

London Magazine, Nov., 1774. 

Twelve New IMinuets for the Y'ear 1774 
. . .Set for the Harpsichord, c/c. 

Longman, Lukey d Co. : 
London, [1774.] obi. 4°. a. 26. d. 

^liss Boscaweu's Minuet. [P. F.] 
[London, 1774.] s. sh. 4". 159. n. 6. 

London Magazine, Feb., 1774. 

Miss Smith's Minuet. [P. F.] 
[Lo7ulon, 1774.] s. sh. 4". 159. n. 6. 

London Magazine, Oct., 1774. 

Mr. Rogers's Minuet. [P. F.] 
[London, 1774.] s. sh. 4°. 159. n. 6. 

London Magazine, Sept., 1774. 

The Russian I^Iinuet. [P. F.] 
London, [1774.] s. s7;. 4". 159. n. 6. 

London Magazine, April, 1774. 

A Collection of Minuets, in which is that 
favourite one danced by Madame Heinel 
at the Opera, House in the Hay Market. 

Printed for William Napier : 

London, [1775 ?] obi. 4". b. 53. b. (3.) 

The composers named are : Schroder, 

Princess Schuer Liseky, Abel, Stamitz 

and Baron Buckholl. 

A Collection of New Slinuets, for the Year 

1775. . .Set for the Harpsichord, etc. 

Printed for Jas. and Jno. Si^nj^son : 
London, [1775.] obi. 4°. a. 26. (5.) 

The Fete-Champetre IMinuet. 
[Londo7i, 1775.] s. sh. 4". 159. n. 7. 

London Magazine, Feb., 1775. 

i Lady Barriniore's favourite Minuet, per- 
form'd at Bath & most polite assemblys, 
adapted for the Harpsicord, Violin, Ger- 
man Flute and Guitar. [London ? 
1775 ?] s. sh. fol. h. 721. f. (32.) 

Lady Coventry's ^Minuet with Variations 
for the Harpsichord or Piano Forte. 
Printed for Longman, Lukey d Broderip : 
London, [lllo?] fol. g. 271. (30.) 

Lady Tyrconnel's ISIinuet. [Strings and 
Flute.] I[ohn] B^ntlierford : London, 

1775 ?] s. sh. fol. h. 1568. b. (18.) 

^Marshal Saxe's Minuet, the Highland 
Laddy, and Lonely Nancy, with familiar 
Variations for the Harpsichord or Piano- 
Forte, etc. C. d S. Thompson : 
London, [1775 ?] fol. h. 726. m. (8.) 
^Masquerade Minuet, with Variations for 
the Harpsichord or Piano-Forte. 

Printed for G. Smart: 
[London, 11152] fol. g. 271. b. (2.) 

Minuet [from the Overture to Handel's 
Alcina]. R. Falkencr : London, 

[1775?] s.sh.iol. H. 1994. a. (206*.) 



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MINUETS 



MINUETS. Six Favourite ^Minuets, as 
Performed at Bath, for two Violins and 
a Violoncello, with a Thorough Bass for 
the Harpsichord. Welcker : 

Lomlon, [1775 ?] ohl. 4°. b. 53. a. (5.) 

Miss Johnsons ]\Iinuet, as perform'd at 
Bath. [Harpsichord and Flute.] I. S. I. : 
[London? 1775?] s. sh. fol. 

h. 1568. b. (16.) 

Miss Wade's Minuet as Danced at the 
Pantheon, etc. [2 Violins and Bass.] 
[Lomlon? mo?] fol. g. 442. j. (30.) 
M'' Noverre's Minuet. [2 Violins and 
Bass.] W[illiam'] C[ainpbcU : London, 
1775 ?] s. sh. fol. g. 442. j. (31.) 

]\Irs. Talbot's Minuet. [Harsichord, Flute 
and Guitar.] I\ohn'] E[ntherford : 

London, 1775 ?] s. sh. fol. 

h. 1568. b. (17.) 

A Collection of New Minuets for the Year 
1778. . .Set for the Harpsichord, etc. 

Printed for W. liandall : 
London, [1778.] obi. 4". a. 26. (7.) 

A favovirite Collection of New Minuets, 
for this present Year 1778, as they are 
performed at the Castle, etc. MS. notes. 
J. Lee : Dublin, [1778.] obi. 4^ 

a. 26. (6.) 

A Collection of New Minuets for the Year 
1779. . .Set for the Harpsichord, etc. 

Printed for C. d S. Thompson: 
London, [1779.] obi. 4". a. 26. (8.) 

Minuets for the Y'ear 1779 . . . for the 
Harpsichord, elc. 

Printed for T. Skillern : 
London, [1779.] obi. 4". a. 26. (9.) 

A Collection of New Minuets for the Year 
1780. . .Set for the Harpsichord, etc. 

Printed for C. it S. Tliompson : 
London, [1780.] M. 4". a. 26. (10.) 

The Devonshire Minuet. Danced by Sig' 
Vestris, c'/c. [P. F.] Jolni Lee : Dublin, 
[1780?] s. s7;. fol. H. 1601. a. (118.) 
The King of Denmark's Minuet. [Strings 
and Guitar.] [London, 1780?] s. sh. fol. 

h. 141. a. (13.) 
The King's Minuet. [Strings, Flutes and 
Guitar.] [London, 1780?] s. sh. io\. 

h. 141. a. (16.) 

Lady Barrimores Minuet. Perform'd at 
Bath . . . Adapted for the Harpsichord, 
Violin, German Flute, and Guittar. 
[London, 1780?] s. sh. fo\. 

h. 141. a. (14.) 

The celebrated jMinuet de la Cour. 
(Juvenile Entertainment, etc.) (Night 
Scene, etc.) [P. F.] [London, 

1780?] fol. g. 272. p. (27.) 

Minuet de la Cour. See Who. Who can 
describe the Pow'r of Love . . . [Song] 
adapted. . .to the Di la Cour IMinuet, etc. 
[3 780?] fol. G. 313. (247.) 



MINUETS. :\Iinuct de la Duchesse de 
Devonshire. As Danced by Sig' Vestris at 
the Opera House. [P. F.] " 

G[eorge] S[mart : 
London, 1180?] fol. g. 272. w. (18.) 

Eight Mhmcts & Four Cotillions adapted 
for the Harpsichord with an Accompani- 
ment. Selected from the most Phninent 
]\Iasters, as performed at Mr. Wills's 
Academv, etc. [London ? 1780 ?] obi. 4". 

b. 57. a. (4.) 

[XII. :Minuets for Strings and Harpsi- 
chord, with a Dedication signed ' Musico- 
Gratorieo-Politico.'l [London, 

1780?] obi. 4". ' b. 57. c. (3.) 

Imperfect, wanting the title-page. 

A Collection of New Minuets for the Y'ear 
1782. . .Set for the Harpsichord, etc. 

Printed for S. A. and P. Thompson : 
London, [1782.] obi. 4°. a, 26. (11.) 

Twe've New Minuets for the Year 1784. . . 
Set for the Harpsichord, etc. 

Longman <<; Broderip : London, 
[1784.] obi. 4". a. 26. (12.) 

A Collection of New ^linnets for the Year 
1785. . .Set for the Harpsichord, etc. 

Printed for T. Skillern : London, 

[1785.] obi. 4". a. 26. e. (2.) 

Containing Minuets by Hook and Kotz- 

wara. 

A Collection of New Minuets for the 

Year 1788. . .Set for the Harpsichord, etc. 

Printed for T. Skillern: Jjondon, 

[1788.] obi. 4". a. 26. f. (2.) 

A Collection of New IMinuets for the Year 
1789. . .Set for the Harpsichord, etc. 

I'rinted for S. A. d P. Thompson: 
London, [1789.] obi. 4\ a. 26. (13.) 

The Devonshire ^linnet, etc. [Strings, 
etc.] [London, 1790 ?] fol. 

g. 272. u. (13.) 

A Second Set of Six Elegant jMinuets. 
Danc'd at Bath, adapted for the Harpsi- 
chord or Piano-Forte. Printed for J. d 
W. Li litem : Bath, [1790.] obi. 4". 

b. 53. b. (4.) 
^Minuets &c. &c. for the Violin Jlandolin 
German-Flule and Harpsichord. Com- 
pos'd by an African [G. H. P. Bridg- 
tower?!. Book 2nd, ffc. Richard Duke, 
for the Author: London, [1795?] old. 4°. 

b. 53. b. (1.) 

Thompson's Twelve Favorite I\Iinucts for 
the Year, 1797, etc. 1797. obi. 4'. 
Si'e Thompson, Music Publislicis. 

a. 26. f. (3.) 

Thomjjson's Twelve Favorite Minuets for 
the Year 1798, etc. 1798. obi. 4". 
Sec Thompson, Music Publisliers. 

a. 26. f. (4.) 

[For F. Werner's Collections of ]\Iinuets, 
&c. :] See Webneb (F.) 



:\1I0— MITTERNACHTSTUNDE 



135 



MIO. Mio caro ben. [Song.] 
See ASTARTO. 

II mio cor gli affetti. Rondo. 
See CiMAROSA (D.) 
II mio garzone il pifaro. Duetto. 
See Paisiello (G.) [La Molinara.~\ 

MION (Jean Jacques Hknri) Nitetis. 
Tragedie, etc. [Libretto by Lasserre.] 

Gravfc par dc Gland. Chez VAnteuv: 
Paris, 1741. ohl. fol. E. 149. 

Votre voix, et vos yeux. Bouquet, pour 
IMadame la Marquise de * * *. Les paroles 
sont de I\I' Fugelier, etc. 
[Paris,] 1746. s. sh. 4'\ 297. c. 7. 

Mercitre de France, July, 174G. 

MIRA. Mira. Song. See Percy (J.) 
Mira and Colin. [Song.] 
See ^loRX. The morn was fair, etc. 
[1766.] 8\ 158. 1. 11. 

Mira and Colin. Song. 
See ]\IORN. The ]\Iorn was fair, efc. 
[1766.] 8". P.P. 5438. z. 

Mira and Colin. Song. 
See ilouN. The morn was fair, etc. 



[1706. 



S'"' 



p.p. 5441. 

MIRACULOUS. The :Miraculous Hen. 
[Song.] See At. At Reading there lived 
a buxom young Dame. [1780? J s. sit. fol. 

G. 306. (98.) 

MIRANDA. :\Iiranda. [Song.] 
See WoiaiAX (J.) 

MIRATE. Mirate, mirate. Duet. 

See ;Mautin y Solar (V.) [La Scuola 
de' Marilati.] 

MIROGLIO (PiETRO CiiovANxi) Six 
Siniplionie[sj a Grande Orchestrc pour 
Deux Vioions et Basse Alto Viola . . . 
Oiluvre X. [Separate Parts.] 
Chez VAutenr : Paris, [1770?] fol. 

g. 474. (9.) 

MIROIR. Le :Miroir du Sioclo. [Song.] 
Siv Toi. Toi qui pretends an vrai bonheur, 
etc. [1780?] 8". B. 362. b. (149.) 

MIROIR ( ) Que la Melempsicose a 
de charmes. ^Song.] 
[Pans,] 1773. \s. sh. 8". 298. e. 24. 

Mercnredc France, Oct., 1778. 

MIROIR MAGIQUE. Le Miroir 

IMagique, Dptra-Comique en un Acte 
[written by J. Fleury.]. . .aveclaMusique. 
Chez Duchesne: Paris, 1755. 8". 

11738. e. 33. (3.) 
[Another copy.] 

Sec Theatre. Theatre Nouveau de la 
Foire, etc. Tom. 1. 1763. 8". 

11735. d. 2. 

MIRROR. The :\Iinor, or Harlequin 

Everywhere. Pantomime. (b'ccDiBDiN(C.) 

MIRTH. Mirth and Friendship. Two 

part Song. Sec May. ^lay this good 
Company, e^c. [1760?] s. sit. fob 

H. 1994. a. (86.) 



MISER. The !Miser securely may soon 
sit at Home. T]ie hnpartial Adviser. A 
new Song. [London, 1754.] 8". 

157. 1. 16. 
London Magazine, 1754, p. 334. 

The Miser's Invitation. Ballad. 

See AvARCS. Avarus sent for me to dine. 

[1730?] s.sh.iol. G. 316. (13.) 

The Miser's Pursuit. [Song.] 
See Leveridge (R.) 

MISERIES. The Miseries of War. [Song.] 
See DiBuiN (C.) [The Quizes.] 

MISERO. jMisero, misero pargoletto, 
[Song.] See Federici (V.) [L'Usurpator 
Innocentc] 

MISGROUNDED. The IMisgrounded 
Compassion. [Song.] See Yoc. You've 
heard it, and read it, a trillion times. 
[1770?] s. sh. fol. G. 314. (113.) 

MISIiEVECHECK (Jozef) 

,bV(' rilvSLIWKCZKK. 

MISLIVECECK (Joseph) 
See Mysliweczek. 

MISLIWECEK (Giuseppe) 

See j\I V s 1 . 1 \v ):c z e k . 

MISLIWECEK (Joseph) 
See ^[ysliweczek. 

MISS. :Miss in her Teens. Ballad. 
See Arne (T. A.) 

MISS MUZ. ]Miss Muz the :Milliner and 
Bob the Barber. fSong.] 
See DiBDix (C.) [The Sphinx.] 

MISS PRUE. ]\Iiss Prue's Plea for a Hoop, 

[Song.] .S'ce Nemo (N.) pseud. 

MISS SNOW. IMiss Snow. Song. 

See Let. Let others for beauties the city 
explore, etc. [1765.] 8". P.P. 5441. 

MISTAKE. ^Mistake not Nj-mph. Song. 
See Barkeit (J.) Organist. 

MISTRESS. The Mistress. [Song, begins : 
' Cease Damon cease.'] See Arxe (M.) 

The Mistress. Song [begins : ' Whatever 
your anger-sick lovers may say ']. 
See Deserter. 

MITFORD (Eliza) Jack Latin. With 

\'ariations, etc. [P. F.] [London, 

1800?] fol. g. 271. b. (3.) 

MITRIDATE. [Se spuntan vezzose.] 
The disconsolate Lovers : to a favourite 
Air in IMitridate [by D. M. B. Terradellas]. 
The Words by ^Ir. Lockman. [Loidon, 
1746.] 6'. sh. fol. G. 315. (121.) 

IMitridate. Opera. Sec Sacchini (A. M. G.) 

iNIitridate. Opera. 

See Terradellas (D. M. B.) 

MITTERNACHTSTUNDE. Die 

]Mitternacbtstunde. Eine komische Oper. 
See DAi.-zi (F.) 



136 



]\IIZLER^MODERN 



MIZIjER (Lorenz Christoph) Anfangs- 
Griinde des General Basses nach Mathe- 
matischer Lehr-Art abgehandelt, und 
vermittelst einer hierzu erfundenen Mas- 
chine auf das deutlichste vorgetragen, cic. 
Bey clem Verfasser : Lcipnfj, [1739.] 8". 

1042. c. 6. 

Musikalischer Staarstecher in welchem 
rechtschaffener IMusikverstiindigen Fehler 
. . . angemerket, eingebildeteu . . . Com- 
ponisten Thorheiteu aber lacherlich 
gemachet werden. Als ein Anhang ist 
des Herrn Riva . . . Nachricht vor die 
Componisten und Sanger beygefiiget, und 
aus Italienischen ins Deutsche iibersetzet 
von L. Mizlern. AufKosten des Yerfassers : 
Leipzig, (1740.) 8'\ 7897. aaa. 18. 

L. INIizlers . . . Neu eroffnete IMusikalische 
Bibliothek, oder Griindliche Nachricht 
nebst unpartheyischem Urtheil von alten 
und neuen niusikalischen Bilchern und 
Schriften, etc. 3 Bd. 

Ivi Yevlag des Yerfassers : Leipzig, 
1739 (1743-1752). 8". P.P. 1945. a.e. 
Bd. I. is in C j^rts, of which Tli. I. is 
dated 1736 ; Th. 2 and 8—1737 ; Th. 4, 
5 and 6—1738. Bd. II. is in 4 2>(irts 
(1740, 1742, 1742 and 1743) ; Bd. III. 
is in 4 2Kirts (1746, 1746, 1747 and 
1752). Eacli part lias a separate title- 
page and pagination. 
[Another copy. Erster (Zweyter) Band. . . 
2 Bd.] 785. b. 41. 

See Fux (J. J.) Gradus adParnassum. . . 
Aus dem Lateinischen ins Teutsche 
iibersetzt, mit. . . Anmerckungen versehen 
und heraus gegeben von L. ]\Iizlern, etc. 
1742. 4". 556. b. 8. 

See Gespraech. Gespriich von der Musik, 
etc. [With a Preface by L. C. Mizler.] 
1742. 4". 7897. g. 30. 

MOCK DOCTOR. The Mock Doctor: 
or The Dumb Lady Cur'd. A Comedy. 
Done from IMoliere [by H. Fielding] . . . 
With the Musick prefix'd to each Song. 
Printed for J. Watts : London, 1132. 8°. 

11775. d. 35. 
Containing three Songs hy Mr. Seedo. 
Songs in tlie Farce call'd the Mock Doctor 
. . . Tiie Tunes proper for the German 
Flute, Violin & Common Flute. To which 
is added y" Aires for the Violin & Harpsi- 
chord in the Opera call'd the Devil of a 
Duke [by 11. Drury], etc. [London., 

1732.] 8". A. 869. a. (1.) 

Engraved throughout. 
The Mock Doctor. . .The Fourth Edition, 
with Additional Songs and Alterations. 
Printed for J. Watts: London, 1153. 8". 

11775. d. 37. 
The Mock Doctor ... A New Edition. With 
Additional Songs and Alterations. 
Printed for A. Millar: London, 1761. 8". 

11775. d. 38. 



MODEL. The Model. Song. 

See Hook (J.) 
MODERATE. ThelNIoderatelMan. [Song.] 

Sec Tory. A Tory, a Whigg, & a IModerate 

man, etc. [1705 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 306. (43.) 

MODERATION. IModeration and Altera- 
tion. [Song.] .SV^ With. With an old 
Song made by an old ancient Pate. 
[1775 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 809. c. (70.) 

MODERN. The Modern Beau. [Song.] 
Sec Carey (H.) [TJie Honest Yorkshire- 
num.'] 

The Modern Lass in high Dress. [Song.] 
[1770?] fol. See Come. Come all ye 
Bucks and Lads of Fire. 
[1770 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 307. (82.) 

The Modern Lover. [Song.] 
Sec ROMER ( ) Yocalist. [Modern Eccen- 
tricities.'] 

The Modern Rake. [Song.] Sec B., R. 
]Modern Taste. [Song.] Sec Give. Give 
Chloe a Bushel of Horsehair & Wool. 
[1780?] s.sh.tol. H. 1601. b. (62.) 

MODERN CATCH-CLUB. The 

Modern Catch-Club, being a. . .Choice Col- 
lection of Catches, Glees, Canons & Two- 
part Songs, by...Arne, Boyce, Baildon, 
Battishill, Hayes, Nares, IMarella, Berg, 
&c. with Instrumental Basses for a Bas- 
soon or Violoncello. J. Cox : Langtoft, 
[1770 ?] obi. 4". A. 756. 

This collection also contains Catches by 
C. Sharp, C. Burneij, E. Gregory, 
Dr. Greene, Jenner and Dr. Bogcrs. 

MODERN MUSICK-MASTER. The 

Modern Musick-Master. . .containing, i. 
An Introduction to Singing. . .ii. Direc- 
tions for playing on the Flute. . .iii. The 
Newest IMethod for Learners on the Ger- 
man Flute... IV. Instructions upon the 
Hautboy. . .v. The Art of Playing on the 
Violin.!. VI. The Harpsichord Illustrated 
& Improv'd. In which is included a... 
Collection of Airs, and Lessons. . .ex- 
tracted from the Works of Mr. Handel, 
Bononcini, Albinoni, and other Eminent 
Masters. With a Brief History of Musick 
...To which is added, a Musical Dic- 
tionary. . .Curiously Adorn'd with Cuts 
...Finely Engrav'd on above -320 Plates. 
[By P. Prelleur.] Engrav'd, Printed, 

and Sold at the Printing-Office in Bow 
Church Yard : London, 1731. 8". d. 40. 
Each part has a separate title-page and 
pagination. The following composers 
are named: I- Yanbriighe, Handel,. 
Boioland Kellegmc, H. Purccll ; II. 
Handel, Woodcock ; lil. Bononcini,. 
Grano; IV. Handel; V. Albinoni, 
Mascitti, St. Helene, Handel, Bonon- 
cini; VI. Lully, Babel, Attilio [Ariosti'], 
Mattheson. 



MODERN— MOI 



137 



MODERN MUSICK-MASTER. 

[The IModeni 3Iusick-]Mastor, etc. By 

P. Prelleur.] Engrav'd, Printed and 

Sold by W. Diceij. . .also by J. Sivq^son : 

London, [1742 ?] ' 8". d. 40. a. 

Parts II., III., ir., VI. and VII. only. 

wanting the folding plate in Part VI. 

Tlie imprint of ' Instructions upon the 

Hautboy' is 'Engrav'd, Printed and 

Sold by T. Cobb. . .also by J. Simpson ' ; 

that of the ' Brief History of Masick ' 

is the same as in the 1731 edition. 

MODERN PROPHETS. Now comes 

on, the Glorious year. .4 Song on the En- 
siling Campaign. Design'd to be Sung 
between the Acts in the Modern Prophets. 
Written by Mr. Durfey. \_London, 

1709?] s.sh.iol. H. 1601. (315.) 

We London valets all are Creatures. The 
first Song in the Modern Prophets. Writ- 
■[t]en bv I\Ir. Durfey. Sung bv :\rr. Pack. 
\_Lond6n,riO\)T\ s.sh.iol. G." 313. (46.) 
We Prophets of the Modern race. A Song 
in the Modern Prophets written by ]\Ir. 
Durfey. [London, 1709 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 313. (21.) 
Wou'd ye have a Young Virgin of Fifteen 
Years. Mr. Durfey's Song in the Modern 
Proi)hcts. [London, n09?] s.sh.iol. 

H. 1601. (515.) 
The tune of this song was previously 
known as ' Poor Robin's Maggot.' 
[Another edition.] Would ye have a 
young Virgin of fifteen years. A Song in 
the last Act of the Modern Prophets, etc. 
[LoHfZu«, 1709?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 313. (23.) 

MODERNE (Jacques) Tertius Liber 
Mottetorum ad Quiuque et Sex Voces. 
Opera ac solertia lacobi I\Ioderni, alias 
dicti Grand laques, in vuum coactorum 
& Lugduni prope phauu diuse virgiuis de 
Confort, ab eode Impressoru. Superius. 
(Altus.) 'J pts. 1538. obi. 4". 

K. 2. a. 1. 
The composers of this collection are : 
J. Lupi, J. Courtoys, N. Gombert, 
Jacquet, Archadelt, L. Paminger, 
Mathias, F. de Layolle, A. Villart, 
Hurteur, Verdelot, Benedictus and 
C. Festa. 

MODES. Les Modes au Globe volant. 
[Song.] See Aeriene. L'Aeriene plein 
j:e(;oit, etc. [1783.] 8". B. 362. a. (197.) 
Les modes jusques a present. Beflcc.vioii 
sur les Bedingottes d VAnglaise. [Song, 
written] Par Mr. Lamy de Blonval. Air : 
Salut a Mr. Robiuet. Chez Le Pelleticr : 
[Pans, 1715?] 8". B. 362. b. (166.) 

MODEST. The Modest Concealment 
[Song.] See Dear. Dear Collin prevent 
my warm Blushes. [1733 ?^ ,s. sh. fol. 

G. 307. (130.) 



MODEST. The Modest IMaid's Delight. 
[Song.] Sec When. When the Kine had 
given a Pale full. [1715 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (492.) 
The Modest Petition. [Song.] 
See BovcE (W.) 

The Modest Question. [Song.] 
See RussEL (D.) 
The Modest Shepherd. [Song.] 
See Gaxthoxy (J.) 

MODESTY. Modesty's Cap. [Song.] 

,SV,> HODbSOX (P.) 

MOELLER (Christian) Davids KJeinod, 
bestehend aus Hundert und funffzig 
Psalmen, wie auch andere Christl. Kir- 
chen-Gesiinge, in. . .zweystimmige parti- 
tur gebracht durch Miiller, etc. 2 pts. 

Be]/ Johann George Stricgel. ..Druckts 

Johann Wilhebn Kiirssncr : Franckfurt 

und Cassel, 1703. 4". C. 270. 

Bound tip icith manuscript 18th cent. 

German Psalms. 

MGEURS. Les IMojurs du Siecle. Vaudeville, 
See Blavet (M.) [Le Jaloux Corrige.] 

MOG. :Mog the Brunette. [Song.] 

See YouxG. Young Jockey he courted 
sweet Mog, e^c. [1770?] s.'sli. iol. 

H. 1994. b. (113.) 

MOGGY. :\roggy. [Song.] 
See DiBDiN (C.) [The Quizes.] 
Moggy fuU as blithe and gay. Beaut if ull 
Moggy : or Scotch Jemmy's Delight, etc. 
[Ballad.] To the Tune of the Female 
Trooper. Printed for 

P. Brooksby, J. Deacon, J. Blare, and 
J. Back: [London, imb?] s.sh.iol. 

Case 39. K. 6. (13.) 
The music is represented by a meaning- 
less succession of notes, etc. 
Moggy's Complaint of .Jockey. [Song.] 
See Chloe. Chloe, or the Musical Maga- 
zine, etc. No. 18. [1760 ?] fol. G. 433. 
Moggy's Complaint of Jocky. Song. 
See On. On the Tav's verdant banks, etc. 
[1748.] 8". " 157. 1. 10. 

MOGGY MACBRIDE. Moggy Mac- 
bride. Song. See Smethergell (W.) 

MOGLIE FEDELE. La Moglie Fedele. 

Opera. Sec Alessaxdri (F.) 

MOHRHEIM (Friedrich Christian) 
A Favourite Lesson, for the Harpsichord 
or Organ, etc. Thompson d- Son : 

London, [1160?] obi. iol. e. 462. 

Solo per il Cembalo, etc. D. Momber : 

Danzica, [1760 ?] obi. fol. e. 284. e. (6.) 

MOL Moi I'aimer pien le taple. Le 
Suisse en belle humeur. [Song.] Paroles 
de Mr. P. d'H . . . Accomp' de Guitarre 
par Mr. * * *. Air : Oui noir [by A. E. M. 
Gretrv]. Chez les fnh-cs Saviqny : 

[Paris, 1787 ?J 8". B. 362. f. (13.) 



138 



MOINEAUX— MOLLER 



MOINEAUX. Les ]Moineaux. [Song.] 
See QuK. Qu'ils sont jolis, etc. 
[1780?] 8". B. 362. b. (4.) 

MOISSON". Accoutez I'histoir' de Nanon. 
Cluinnon de la Moisson. [Opera-Comique, 
words by C. A. B. Scwrin, music by 
J. P. Solie.] Ail- : Qu'en dira ma mere ? 
Che2 Imbault : Paris, [1793.] 8". 

B. 362. c. (51.) 

<^a, que la gaiete brille. [Song.] De la 
Moisson. [Op6ra-Comique, words by C. 
A. B. Sewrin, music by J. P. Solie.] Air: 
Si vous aimez la danse. Cites Imbault : 
Paris, [1793.] 8\ B. 362. h. (11**.) 
[Another copy.] B. 362. a. (42.) 

Un Hibou se sentant epris. Itoncle cle la 
Moisson. [Opera Comique, words by C. 
A. B. Sewrin, music by J. P. Solie.] Air : 
I'Age a svu borner nos desirs. Avec 
Accompagnement de Guitare. 
Chcs: Imbault : Paris, [1793.] 8°. 

B. 362. h. 11. 

Regards vifs et joli mentou. [Song.] De 
la Moisson . . . [Op^ra-Comique, words by 
G. A. B. Sewrin, music by J. P. Solie.] 
Avec Accompagnement de Guitare. 
C]iC2 Imbault : Paris, [1793.] 8". 

B. 362. h. 11*. 

La Moisson ou le Court Jupon. Ariette. 
See Ce. Ce fut au temps de la moisson. 
[1780?] 8". B. 362. b. (103.) 

MOISSONNEURS. O le bon tems que 
la moisson. Eonde, des Moissonneurs [by 
E. R. Duui]. Paris, [1770 ?] 8°. 

B. 362. c. (55.) 

Les Moissonneurs. Comedie. 
See Di-Ni (E. R.) 

MOLINA (Baetholome dp:) Arte de 
canto llano Lux videntis dicba, cic. 
Dieqo de Gumiel : Valladolid, 1506. 4». 

K. 8. f. 2. 

12 leaces without pa cjinat ion. 

MOLINARA. La Molinara. Opera. 
See Paisiello (G.) 

3IOLINAIIO (Simone) Faticbe Spirituali 

...Libro Priuio (Secondo) a Sei Voci. 

Sesto. 2 pts. Appresso Eicciardo 

Amadino: Venetia, 1610. 4". D. 58. a. 

The composers of this collection are : 

A. Gabrielli, O. Vecchi, S. Molinaro, 

A. Bicci, E. del Mel, G. de Macqne, 

L. Mureiuio, F. di Monte, G. M. 

Nanino, L. Levanto and G. B. dalla 

Costena. 

Intavolatura di Liuto . . . Libro Primo. 
Nel quale si couteugono Saltarelli, Pass' 
e mezi, Gagliarde, e Fantasie, etc. 

Appresso Eicciardo Ainadino : Venetia, 

1599. fol. K. 4. i. 9. 

This work also contains compositions bij 

(t. B. delta Gostena, G. Costelii \_Cos- 



telcij'], T. Crecquillon, O. Lasso, G. 

Sevcrino, Clemens non Papa and 

G. Guami. 
Di Simone IMolinaro II Secondo Libro de 
Motetti a otto voci . . . Secondo Goro. 
Teuore. Per V hercde di S. Tini. <£• 

G. F. Besozzi : Milano, 1601. 4". D. 58. 

Sec Gesualdo (G.) Prince of Venosa. 
Partitura delli Sei Libri de' Madrigali . . . 
fatica di S. Molinaro, etc. 1613. fol. 

K. 7. g. 3. 
MOLINI ( ) The Fife Hunt, a Favourite 
Scotch Air, with Variations for the Piano 
Forte. Composed by Sig' Molini. [1799.] 
See Periodical Publications. — London. 
The Piano Forte Magazine. Vol. VIII. 
[No. 3.] [1797-1802.] 8'\ D. 854. 

Of noble Race was Shenkin. . .Welch Air, 
with Variations for the Piano Forte. . .by 
Sig^ Molini. [1799.] 

See Periodical Publications. — London. 
The Piano-Forte Magazine. Vol. VII. 
No. 11. [1797-1802.] S". D. 854. 

MOLITOR (FiDELis) Cantionum Sa- 
crarum a Voce Sola una cum Duobus 
Instrumentis . . . Liber Secundus. Pars 
Cantans. (Violino i.) (Organum.) 3 pts. 
Sunij)tibns ac Tijpis 
Michaelis Wanner : CEniponti, 1664. fol. 

G. 281. 
jMensa ]\Iusicalis quam Apparatu Piarum 
Cantionum Quatuor Vocibus, & duobus 
Violinis uecessariis : cum Secundo Choro, 
& tribus Instrumentis ad decorem pro 
libitu. .Opus Tertium. Altus. (Tenor.) 
(Bassus) Concert. 3 pts. 

Typis (t sumptibus Michaelis Wagneri : 
Oeniponti, 1668. fol. G. 281. a. 

MOLL. jMoU in the Wad, a Favorite Irish 
Dance arranged as a Rondo for the Piano 
Forte. Longman tC Broderip : [London, 
1790?] fol. g. 271. h. (25.) 

MOLLER (J. C.) A Compleat Book of 
Instructions for the Piano Forte, Harpsi- 
chord, or Organ, a Set of Progressive 
Lessons. . .with Cadences & Preludes... 
Op. 6. J. Cooper : London, 

[1796?] obi. fol. e. 145. 

A Sett of Progressive Lessons for the 
Harpsichord or Piano Forte particularly 
calculated for the Use. . .of Young Practi- 
tioners. . .Opera vi. 

Longman and Broderip, for the Author : 
London, [1795 ?] obi. fol. e. 101. (6.) 

Six Quartettos for two Violins Tenor and 
a Violoncello, etc. [Separate Parts.] 
Printed for J. Betz : London, [1775?] fol. 

h. 2801. b. (2.) 
[Twelve ? Easy Sonatas for the Piano 
Forte.] [London? 1790?] fol. 

G. 297. (7.) 
Wanting the title-page and all after p. 18. 



MOLLER— MON 



139 



MOLLER (J. C.) Six Sonatas for the 
Forte Piano or Harpsichord with a Violin 
& Violoncello accompagneni'. [Se^jarate 
Parts.] Carticr, for the Author : London, 
[1785?] fol. g. 466. 

MOLLER (Joachim) Sec Burck (J. a) 

MOLLER (Johajsn) Neiiwe Paduanen, 
vnnd darauff gehorige Galliarden, von 
fiinff Stimmen : sampt einem neuwen 
Quodlibet auff allerley Instrumenten 
fiiglich zugebrauchen, etc. Tenor. 

Bcij Wolffgang Bichtcrn : 
Franckfort a»i Maij)i, 1610. 4". b. 9. 

Ein New Quodlibet zu vntertbanigen 
Ehren vnd gefallen. . .Hern Philipsen, 
Landgraffen zu Hessen. . .Componiret mit 
vier Stimmen, etc. Tenor. 

Bey Wolffgung Richtcrn : 
Franckfort am Mayn, 1610. 4". B. 105. 

MOLLIER (Louis de) Les Chansons 
pour Danser de L. Mollier, etc. 1640. 
Set' Chansons. — 2. Recueil de differens 
Livres de Chansons, etc. Livr. i. 
1699. 8'\ A. 428. (1.) 

MOLLY. IMoUy. Song. See No. No 
more sillv Pipe, t'^c. [1760?] s. sh. io\. 

G. 316. e. (95.) 
]Molly. Song. See Nymph. A Nymph 
there lives, c'^c. [1730?] s. sh. lol. 

G. 303. (123.) 
IMollv. Song. See Nymph. A Nymph 
there lives, etc. [1756.] 8". 

P.P. 5438. z. 
]\Iolly's Charms. [Song.] Set Hudson (R.) 

MOLLY CARR. Molly Carr. [Song.] 
See When. When I at my Window am 
gazing. [1735 ?] s. sJi. fol. 

G-. 313. (153.) 
:jrolly Carr. [Song.] See When. When 
I at inv Window, etc. [1755.] .s. sit. 8". 

P.P. 5439. ab. 

MOLLY LEPELL. IMolly Lepell. 
[Song.] See Muses. The Muses quite 
Jaded with Rhiming, etc. 
[1725?] s. sti. fol. I. 530. (103.) 

MOLLY MOGG. Zilolly Mogg. [Song.] 
See Says. Says my Uncle I pray you 
discover. [1720?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 305. (44.) 

MOLTER (JoHANN Melchior) Esercizio 
Studioso, coutinente Sei Senate a Violino 
Solo e Cembalo. . .Opera Prima. Cliez 

M. C. Le Cene : Amsterdam, ri735?l fol. 

f. 48. 

MOLTERI (Giovanni Melchioere) 
See MoLTER (J. M.) 

MOMBELLI (DoMENico) Six Italian 
Arietts, with an Accompaniment for a 
Piano-Forte or Harp. Longman and 

Brodcrip : London, [ViQIl] obi. fol. 

D. 370. (3.) 



MOMENT. Le Moment. Vaudeville. 
See RiPERT ( ) 

The IMoment Aurora peep'd into my 
Room. Hark Away, a Favourite Hunting 
Song. Eli£'' Bhamcs : [Dublin, 1780 ?] 
s. sh. fol. H. 1601. a. (89.) 

MOMUS TURNED FABULIST. 

Momus turu'd Fabulist : or, Vulcan's 
Wedding. An Opera : after the Manner of 
the Beggar's Opera... With the Musick 
prefix'd to each Song. 
Printed for J. Watts : London, 1129. 8". 

11775. c. 73. 
[Another copy.] 161. e. 77. 

MON. Mon amant est fidele et tendre. 
See Desacgiers (^I. A.) [Les Deux 
Sylphes.'\ 

Mon amour pres de vous. Duo. 
See Andre ( ). 

Mon cher Ami. Song. See Gentleman. 
Mon cher troupeau. [Song.] 
See GiARDiNi (F.) 

Mon cceur avoit forme le dessein. Air 
Sericux. [Paris,] 1741. .s. sJi. 4". 

298. b. 10. 
Mercure de France, May, 1741. 

Mon cceur dans I'absence soupire. Ron- 
deau. See Du Coudray (G.) 

Mon Courcier hors d'haleine. Romance. 
See Mariage de Figaro. 

IMon fils vole aux champs de I'honneur. 
Air. Sec JIiltiade a Marathon. 

]\Ion flageolet, mon tambourin. Bonde 
du Bon I'ere. Avec Accomp' de Guittare. 
Chez hnbault : Paris, [1790 ?J 8". 

B. 362. e. (59.) 
IMon honneur dit que je^serois coupable. 
Ariette. See Amours d'Ete. 

Mon jeune ccEur palpite. Romance. 
See Albanese ( ) 

Mon pere, Alcindor a genoux. Alcindor 
penitent. [Song.l Chez Camand : 

[Paris, 1785 ?] 8". B. 362. e. (69.) 

[Another copy.] B. 362. (225.) 

Mon pere je viens devant vous. Le 
Confiteor. rSoug.] [Paris, 1785 ?] 8". 

B. 362. (224.) 

ilon Pere je viens devant vous. Lise 

jjenitentc. Romance. 

[Paris, 1785 ?] 8°. B. 362. e. (70.) 

Mon pere, on danse au Chateau. Ronde. 
Sec OiSEAU Perdu et Retrouve. 

Mon P'ti Bijoux. [Song.] 

See Je. Je ne veux aimer que Jeannette. 

[1785?] 8^ B. 362. (60.) 

Mon tendre cceur vient d'eclore. Chanson. 
[Words] Par M. Fa... 
[Paris,] 1763. s. sh. 8". 298. d. 11. 

Merciirc de France, July, 1763. 



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]\ION— MONNET 



MOW. IMon ToiTtou, j'cn fais mon 
iouiou. Ijc Chicnpcnin. Chanson. 
[Pam, 1780?] 8". B. 362. b. (131.) 

MONCEAUX ( de) Ruisseau, votre 
aimable murmure. Air, dont les paroles 
sont de M' D. M., etc. 
[Paris,'] 174G. s. sh. 4°. 297. e. 8. 

Meraire dc France, Oct., 1746. 

MONDE RENVERSE. Le Monde 
renverse, Opera Comique en un Acta. 
De Mrs. L[e] S[age,] Do[rneval] et 
A[useaume] . . . Avec les Airs notes. 
Chez Duchesne : Paris, 1753. 8". 

164. e. 1. 

[Another copy.] 11738. b. 12. (1.) 

MOND-NACHT. Mond-Nacht. [Song.] 
See Ehkenberg ( ) 

MONDO ALLA ROVERSA. II ]\Iondo 
alia Roversa, ossia le Donne che comandano. 
Dramma giocoso. See Galuppi (B.) 

MONDO NELL A LUNA. II Mondo 
nella Luna. Opera. See Galuppi (B.) 

MONDONVILLE (Jean Joseph CAS- 
SANEA DE) Bacchus et Erigone. 
Sec infra : [Les Fetes de Pafihos. Act. ll.] 
Le Carnaval du Parnasse, Ballet Heroiqu 
[written by L. Fuzelier]. . .CEuvre vii" 
. . .Grave par Le S' Hue. Chez VAitteitr : 
Paris, [1749.] fol. G. 653. a. 

Daphnis et Alcimadure. Pastorale 
Languedocienne . . . Les Paroles et la 
Musique sont de M"' Mondonville . . . 
CEuvre IX^ . .Grave par Le S'Hue. Chez 
rAuieiir: Paris, [115^.] fol. G. 653. 

Pour adorer Alcimadure. Air, etc. 

(Les vers et la musique sont de ]M. Mon- 
donville.) [P«ris,] 1768. s.sh.S". 

297. e. 18. 

Mercurc de France, August, 1768. 
Le Dieu qui se plait a tendre. Chanson, 
Parodie d'une Aria de M. D. Mondonville. 
[Paris,] 1760. s. sh. 8". 297. e. 25. 

Mercure de France, Oct., 1760. 
Les Festes de Paphos. Ballet Heroique 
. . .CEuvre x''. Grave Le S' Hue. 
Chez L'Auteur: Paris, [1758.] fol. 

H. 2003. a. 

[Les Fetes de Paphos. Act ii.] Bacchus 
et Erigone. [For Songs, &c., published 
anonymously:] ,S'ec Bacchus et Erigone. 
Pieces de Clavecin en Sonates avec accom- 
pagnement de Violon . . . CEuvre 3°. Grave 
par L. Hue. Chez VAxiteur : 

Paris et Lille, [1740 ?] fol. i. 3. (1.) 

[Pieces de Clavecin. Op. 3.] Sis Sonates 
or Lessons for the Harpsicord which may 
be Accompanied with a Violin or German 
Flute. Printed for I. Walsh: London, 

[1750 ?] fol. g. 79. b. (4.) 

[Pieces de Clavecin. Op. 3. Another 
copy., g. 248. 



MONDONVILLE (Jean Joseph CAS- 
SANEA DE) [Pieces de Clavecin. 
CEuvre 3^ Sonata v.] Tendre Amour, 
sous ton Empire. Parodie. Chanson sur 
I'Air de I'Ariette de la scconde Sonate de 
M. de Mondonville, etc. 
Grave pcir iP Charpentie. Imprime' par 
Tournclle : [Paris,] 1701. s. sh. 8". 

297. d. 27. 
Mercure de France, Jan., 1761. 

Pieces de Clavecin avec Voix ou Violon 
dediees a . . . L'Evesque de Rennes . . . 
CEuvre V. Chez VAuteur: 

Paris, [1745 ?] fol. K. 10. b. 9, 

Pour adorer Alcimadure. 

See supra : [Daphnis et Alcimadure.'] 

Preferons, mes Amis, la Pinte a la 
Bouteille. Air BachiqtiC, etc. [Voice 
Part.] [Paris,] 1745. s. sh. 4". 

298. b. 30. 

Mercure de France, Jan., 1745. 

Privelege du Roy. [Solo Cantata, with 
orchestral accompaniment. Separate 
Parts.] Chez M- Moria : I'aris, 

[1755?] fol. K. 7. e. 6. 

Les Sons Harmoniques. Sonates a Violcn 

seul avec la Basse Continue. . .CEuvre 4". 

. .Graveo par L. Hue. Chez VAuteur : 

Paris, Lille, [lliO'>] fol. g. 244. (1.) 

The arvis of William Hanhunj, Viscount 
Bate7nan, are stamped on the bind- 
ing. 

Tendre Amour, sous ton Empire. 

Sec supra: [Pieces dc Clavecin. CEuvre 2>''. 

Sonata v.] 

[Titon et I'Aurore.] Votre coeur aimable 
Aurore. Romance, etc. 1753. s. sh. 4". 
Sec Titon et L'Aueoee. 298. e. 13. 

MONFERRATO (Natale) Motetti a 
Voce Sola. . .Libro Primo. Opera Quarta. 
Parte da Cantar. Appresso Alessandro 

Vinccnti : Venetia, 1655. obi. 4". B. 34. 

MONHERON ( ) L'Amant qui dans 
les yeux sait lire. Air de M. Monhi'ron, 
Amateur. [Voice Part.] 
[Paris,] 1782. 8°. 298. f. 33. 

Mercure de France, Dec., 1782, jo. 149. 

MONICHE. La Moniche, ou la Chatte 
Cherie, etc. [Song.] See Que. Que de 
caprices en ce jour, etc. [1790 ?] 8'\ 

B. 362. (247.) 

MONNET (Jean) Anthologie Fran(;'oise, 
ou Chansons choisies depuis le 13"" Siecle 
jusqu'a present. (IMemoire Historique 
sur la Chanson en general, et en particulier 
sur la Chanson Fran^oise, par M. ]\Ieusnier 
de Querlon.) (Chansons Joyeuses, mises 
au jour par un Ane-onyme, onssimei 



MONRO— :MONSIGNy 



1-11 



[C. CoUe]. Nouvelle edition . . . augmentee, 
etc.) [Edited by J. Monnet.] 3 Tom. 
Paris, 1765. 8". 85. e, 23-25. 

The ' Chansons Joijeuses ' have a separate 
title-page and pacjination. 

MONRO (Gkorge) The Amorous Swaiu's 
Complaint. [Song.] [London, 

1730 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 306. (18.) 

A Bmiesque on Polly. [Song.] [London, 

• 1729 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 313. (60.) 

The Charms of Wine. [Song.] [London, 
1725 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 305. (72.) 

[Another edition.] The Charms of Wine. 
rSone.] [London, nSO?] s. sh. io\. 
"^ ^ G. 313. (119.) 

Celia the Fair. See My. My Goddess 
Celia Heavenly Fair, etc. [^Music by 
G. Mmiro.] [1730?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 310. (90.) 

Colin's Request. [Song.] t>ee Help. 
Help me each Harmonious Grove, etc. 
[Music by G. Munro.] [1720?] ,s. sh. fol. 

G. 305. (45.) 

The Complaining INIaid. [Song.] 

Ingrav'd by T. Cross : \' London, 
1720?] s.s7(. fol. G. 310. (62.) 

The Dying Swan. [Song.] Sec 'Twas. 
'Tvvas on a Rivers Verdant Side, etc. 
[Music by G. Munro.] [1730 ?] .s. sh. fol. 

G. 312. (56.) 
Gold, a Receipt for Love. [Song.] 
[London, 1730?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 313. (116.) 
[Another edition.] Gold, a Receipt for 
Love. [Song.] [London, 1730 ?] s. .s/(. fol. 

G. 316. f. (109.) 

Happy Dick. A Song, etc. [London, 

1730?] s. .s//.fol. G. 313. (74.) 

' Happy Dick ' icas Richard Jones, icho 

died hi 1769. See Gentleman's 

Magazine, 1769, p. 367. 
A :Message from IMars to Venus by Cupid. 
[Song.] Sec Thou. Thou little blind 
deceiver go, etc. [Music by G. Monro.] 
[1730?] s.sh. fol. G. 312. (37.) 

On Miss Robinson. [Song.] [London, 

1720 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 308. (66.) 

The Passionate Lover. [Song.] [London, 
1730?] s.sh.iol. H. 1994. (44.) 

The Releif , or Power of Drinking. [Song.] 
[London,l'i30?] s.sh.iol. G. 311. (61.) 

The Reproach. [Song.] [London, 

1725?] s. sh. fol. G. 311. (1.) 

The Retirement. [Song, the words by 
W. Duncombe.] Taken from the .Journal. 
[London, ITiO?] s.sh.iol. G. 311. (49.) 

[The Temple Beau.] Vain, Belinda, are 
your wiles. A Song in the Temple 
Bean. [Words by H. Fielding.] [London, 
1730.] s. sh. fol. G. 313. (4.) 



MONRO (George) Vain, Belinda, are 
your wiles. 

Sec supra: [The Temple Beau.] 
When Rastor strikes the Trembling 
Strings. A New Song. . .Sung at Sadlers 
Wells. [London, 1730 ?] s. .s/(. fol. 

I. 530. (101.) 
While the Town agrees that Polly. A Song 
i n Praise of Polly . . . Sung at Sadler's Wells. 
[London, 1129?] s.sh.iol, G. 313. (59.) 

[Another edition.] While the Town agrees 
that Polly. A Song, etc. [London, 

1729 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. f. (97.) 

Whilst the Town's brimfull of Folly. 
A New Song . . .sxing by Mr. Mounfort at 
Sadlers Weils. [London, 1728 ?1 s. s/;.fol. 

G. 316. f. (86.) 

MONRO (John) The much admired Air 
Laura and Lenza [by C. Bossi], arranged 
as a Rondo for the Piano Forte. 
Goiilding, Phi^ij^s £ D'Alntaine : London, 
[1800.] fol. h. 726. c. (27.) 

MONSERRATE (Andres de) Arte Breve, 
y Compendiosa, de las Dificultades que se 
ofrecen en la i\Iusica practica del canto 
lla.no, etc. Pedro Patricio Me i/ : Vcdoicia, 
1614. 4". K. 8. f. 12. 

MONSIEUR PANTIN. :Monsieur Pan- 
tin. [Song.] See I. I sing not of Battles, 
etc. [1748.] s. sh. fol. G. 309. (29.) 
Monsieur Pantin. Song. .SV<; I. I sing 
not of battles, etc. [1748.] 8'\ 

249. e. 18. 

MONSIGNY (Pierre Alexandre) Aline, 
Reine de Golconde. [For editions and 
excerpts published anonymously :] 
Sec Aline, Reine de Golconde. 
Les Aveux Indiscrets. Intermede, etc. 
[Full Score.] [1759.] fol. 
See AvEux Indiscrets. H. 617. c. 

Le Barbier de Seville. ^For songs in 
Beaumarchais' play, attributed to Mon- 
signy and published anonymously:] 
See Barrier de Seville. 
La beaute fait toujours voler a la victoire. 
Sec infra : [La Belle Arsaie.'] 
La Belle Arsene. Comedie Feerie en 
quatre actes. [Libretto] Par M"" [Favart], 
etc. [1770 ?] See Belle Arsene. 

H. 465. 
La beaute fait toujours voler a la vic- 
toire. See Beaux. Les beaux Arts sont 
les dieux du temple de memoire. Parodie. 
[Air :] La beaute fait toujours voler a la 
victoire [by P. A. Monsigny]. 

B. 362. a. (120.) 

[Non, j'ai trop de fierte.] No, il mio 

cor nol suffrira. [Song.] Sung by Sig" 
Banti, efc. Printed for 

Corri, Dussek & Co. : London, [1795.] fol. 

G. 805. d. (17.) 



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MONSIGNY— MONTANUS 



MONSIGNY (Pierre Alexandre) La 
Belle Ai'seiic. [For songs, &c., published 
anonymously :] Sec Belle Arsene. 

Le Cadi Dup6. Opera Bouffon. . .Mis en 
Musique par IM-- * * * [P. A. Mousigny.] 
1761. fol. See Cadi Dupe. 

H. 540. a. (2.) 
Le Cadi Dupe, Opera-Comique en un Acte ; 
par I'Auteur du ]\Iaitre en Droit : [P. R. 
Lemonnier] . . . avec les Ariettes & Airs 
notes [by P. A. Monsigny]. 1761. 
Sec Theatre. Nouveau Theatre de la 
Foire, etc. Tom. 5. 1763. 8°. 

11735. d. 2. 

[Le Deserteur.] The Songs &c. in the 
Deserter. A ^Musical Drama [translated 
and adapted by C. Dibdin]. . .Composed 
by Mess". Monsigny, Philidor, & C. Dibdin. 
Printed for J. Johnston it Longman, 
Lnkey d- Go. : London, [1773.] obi. fol. 

F. 141. b. 

[Le Deserteur.] The Songs &c. in the 
Deserter. . .with the Additional Songs of 
the Miller's Daughter [by C. Dibdin]. 

Longman and Brodcrip : London, 
[1785 ?] ohl. fol. D. 274. (2.) 

[Le Deserteur.] The Deserter. A Musical 
Drama. . .Composed by Slessrs. Philidor 
[Monsigny] & Dibdin. [1800.] 
Sec Periodical Publications. — London. 
The Piano-Forte Magazine. Vol. X. No. 2. 
[17'J7-1802.] 8". T>. 854. 

A Select Overture in 8 Parts, etc. 

[Orchestral Parts.] Printed for 

J. Johnston, etc. : London, [1773.] fol. 

g. 474. a. (9.) 

The Overture to the Deserter, ar- 
ranged as a Rondo for the Piano Forte, 
by S. Dussek. Sec Pleyel, Corri and 
DussEK. Pleyel, Corri and Dussek's 
Musical Journal. No. 2. [P. F. Part.] 
1797. fol. g. 137. (21.) 

[For editions and excerpts published 

anonymously :] Sec Deserteur. 

Partition de Felix, ou I'Enfant Trouve. 
Comedie en trois Actes en Vers, et en 
Prose [by M. J. S6daine], etc. [1781.] fol. 
Sec M., M. G. 288. a. 

[For songs, &c., published anony- 
mously :] See Felix. 

Le ]\Iaitre en Droit. Opera Bouffon en 
deux Actes. [Libretto by P. R. Lemon- 
nier,] mis en musique par ]\lonsieur * * * 
[P. A. Monsigny]. [Full Score.] 
[1760?! fol. St'c Maitre en Droit. 

H. 467. 

Le Maitre en Droit, etc. (Airs detaches 
du Maitre en Droit.) 2 pts. 1760. See 
The.^tre. Nouveau Theatre de la Foire, c^c. 
Tom. 5. 1763. 8". 11735. d. 2. 

No, il mio cor nol suff rira. See supra : 
[La Belle Ars&ne. Non, fai trop de fierti.'] 



MONSIGNY (Pierre Alexandre) On 
ne s'avisc jamais de tout. Opera 
Bouffon en un Acte [by IM. J. Sedaine], 
mis en musique par jMonsieur * * * [P. A. 
Monsigny], etc. [Full Score.] [1702.] 
Sec On ne s'avise jamais de Tout. 

H. 617. 
[On ne s'avise jamais de tout.] ]\Ian sieht 
niemals alles voraus, ein Singspiel, etc. 
[Music by P. A. ^lonsigny.] 
Sec Operettas. Sammlung der komischen 
Operetten. Band II. No. 3. 1772. 8'. 

B. 729, 

Le Roi et le Fermier. [For editions and 
songs published anonymously :] 
See Roi et le Fermier. 
Rose et Colas. [For editions and songs- 
published anonymously :] 
Sec Rose et Colas. 

MONSTER. The Monster. Song. 
Sec Hook (J.) 

MONTAGNE. La Montague. [Song.] 
Sec On. On a mille gouts diff^rends, etc. 
[1793?] 8". B. 362. a. (19.) 

La Montague d'Amour. [Song.] 
Sec Lampaeelli (A.) 

MONTANOS (Francisco de) Arte de 
Canto Llano. Con entonaciones comunes 
de Coro y Altar ; y otras cosas diuersas, 
como se vera en la Tabla, etc. Francisco- 
de Cea Tcsa a costa de Andres Lopez : 
Salamanca, 1610. 4'\ K. 1. f. 6. 

Arte de Canto Llano. Con entonaciones- 
comunes de Coro, y Altar,. . .Nueuamente 
corregido, y enmendado por S. Lopez de 
Velasco, etc. En la Imprenfa Beat : 

Madrid, 1648. 4". K. 1. f. 6*. 

Arte de Canto Llano, con Entonaciones de 
Coro, y Altar, &c...y Arte Practico de 
Canto de Organo con Motetes, y Lecciones 
diversas, nuevamente corregidos : y aora 
aumentadas ... en esta vltima Impression 
. . . Por Don J. de Torres, etc. 

En la hnprenta Beal dc Miisica : 
Madrid, 1734. 4". 547*. d. 29. 

Arte de ]\Iusica theorica y pratica, etc. 

Diego Fernandez de Cordoua y Obiedo : 
Yalladolid, 1592. 4°. K. 1. f. 5- 

This u-ork consists of five treatises : Arte 
de Canto llano ; Dc Canto de Organo ; 
De Contra punto ; Dc Compostura ; 
De Proporcion; De Lugares. Each 
treatise has a separate title-page and 
pagination. The register of the five 
last parts is continnons. Lnperfect, 
toantinq the title-pages of the second 
and fifth treatises. Fol. L 2 is 
vvutiiaicd. Fol. N 4 contains a n'ood- 
cnt of a winged lion bearing a shield. 

MONTANUS (Joannes) Sec Motets.— 
10. Nouum et Insigne Opus Musicum, 
etc. [With dedications signed Joannes 
Montanus.] 1558. obi. 4". K. 3. 1. 1. 



MONTARIN— MONTE 



U3- 



MONTARIN ( ) Que Ton chante. 

Air P[l]aisa>it, etc. 

IParis,] 1729. s. sh. 4". 298. a. 8. 

Mcrcnrc de France, Dec, 1729. 

MONTE (FiLiPPO Di) Di Filippo di 

]\IoDte...Il Primo Libro clelli ]Madrigali, 

a Sei voci. Nuouamente ristampato. Alto. 

Appresso Girolamo Scotfo : 

Tincgia, 1570. 4". D. 160. a. 

Di Filippo di Monte... II Primo Libro 
delli Madrigali, a Sei voci. Nuouamente 
ristampato. Canto. (Alto.) (Teuore.) 
(Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 j)t8. 

Aj)2^resso I' He rede di Cnrohnno Scufto : 
Vincijia, 1574. 4". D. 160. q. 

Di Filippo di Monte ... II Primo Libro 
delli Madrigali, a Sei voci. Nuouamente 
ri.stampato. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) 
(Basso.) (Quinto.) (Sesto.) 6 pts. 

7/ Heredc di Hieruni/mo Scotfo : 
Tinegia, 1582. 4". D. 160. i. (1.) 

Di Filippo di Monte... II Secondo Libro 
delli Madrigali, ii Sei voci. Di nuouo da 
lui Composti & dati in luce. Canto. 
(Alto.) (Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 
5 pts. Appresso Girolamo Scotto : 

Yincgia, 15G9. 4". D. 160. r. 

[Another copy. Alto.] D. 160. 

Di Filippo di Monte... II Secondo Libro 
delli Madrigali, a Sei voci. IM nuouo da 
lui Composti & dati in luce. Quinto. 

Aj'presso Girolamo Scotto : 
Yincgia, 1571. 4'. D. 160. p. 

Di Filippo di Monte. . .11 Secondo Libro 
delli Madrigali, a Sei voci. Di nuouo 
ristampati. Canto. Apjvrssor Heredc di 
Girolamo Scotto : Vinegia, Ibli'^. 4". 

D. 160. d. 
Di Filippo di Monte. . .11 Secondo Libro 
delli Madrigali, a Sei voci. Di nuouo 
ristampati. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) 
(Basso.) (Qv;into.) (Sesto.) G pts. 

Appresso V Heredc di Girolamo Scotto : 
Vcneggia, 1582. 4". D. 160. i. (2.) 

Di Filippo de Monte... II Quarto Libro 
de Madrigali a Sei Voci. Insieme alcuni 
a Sette. Nouamente Composti, & dati in 
luce. Canto. Ajijyresso Angela Gardano : 
Venetia, 1580. obi. 4'\ A. 125. i. 

Di Filippo de !Monte...Il Quinto Libro 
de Madrigali a Sei Voci, Nouamente 
Composti, 6c dati in luce. Canto. (Alto.) 
(Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 j)ts. 

Appresso Angela Gardano: 
Yinetia,15S4:. obi. 4". A. 125. b. 

Pp>. 1-6 of the Canto are leanting. 

Di M. Filippo di Monte. . .11 Primo Libro 
delli Madrigali, a Cinque voci. Tenore. 

Appresso Girolamo Scotto : 
Venegia, 1570. 4". D. 160. k. 

Di Filippo di Monte ... II Primo Libro 
delli IMadrigali, a Cinque Voci. Canto. 



[Alto.] 2 pts. Apjn-esso V Herede di 

Girolamo Scotto : Yine(igiu, 1576. 4". 

D. 160. 1. 
The Canto is imperfect, wanting all but 
sheet A. The first leaf of the Alto is- 
mutilated. 

Di M. Filippo di jMonte...Il Secondo- 
Libro delli Madrigali, a Cinque voci. 
Tenore. [Canto.] (Basso.) 3 pts. 

Ajjpresso Girolamo Scotto : 

Yincgia, 1570. 4°. D. 160. m.- 

The Canto is imperfect, icanting sheet A. 

Di Filippo di ]Monte...Il Secondo Libro 
delli ^Madrigali, a cinque voci. Nuoua- 
mente Ristampati. Canto. (Alto.) 
(Tenore.) 3 pts. Appresso V Herede di 

Girolamo Scotto : Yineggia, 1580. i". 

D. 160. f. 
Di M. Filippo di Monte ... II Terzo LibrO' 
delli IMadrigali, a Cinque voci. Con vno a 
sette nel fine. Nuouamente posto in luce.- 
Alto. (Tenore.) (Quinto.) 3 pts. 

Appresso Girolamo Scotto : 
Yincgia, 1570. 4°. D. 160. b. 

Di Filippo di Monte... II Terzo Libro 
delli Madrigali a cinque voci ... Nuoua- 
mente ristampati. Basso. 

Appresso Girolamo Scotto : 
Yincgia, 1573. 4". D. 160. s. 

Di Filippo di Monte. . .11 Terzo Libro 
delli Madrigali, a cinque voci. Con vno 
a sette nel fine. Nouamente ristampati. 
Canto. Appresso V Herede di Girolamo 

Scotto: Yineggia, 1581. 4". D. 160, h. 

Di Filippo di Monte. . .11 Quarto Libro- 
delli Madrigali a Cinque Voci. Nuoua- 
mente x>osti in luce. Alto. 

Appresso Girolamo Scotto : 
Yincgia, 1571. 4". D. 160. t. 

Di Filippo de]\ronte...Il Sesto Libro delli 
Madrigali a Cinque Voci, Nouamente 
Ristampato. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) 
(Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 pts. 

Ajpprcsso Angelo Gardano : 
Yenctia, 1-588. obi. 4°. A. 125. e. 

Di Filippo de ]Monte ... II Settimo Libro 
delli Madrigali a Cinque Voci, Nouamente 
Ristampato. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) 
3 pts. Appresso Angelo Gardano : 

Yenctia, 1583. obi. 4". A. 125. a. 

Di Filippo di Monte ... II Nono libro de 
Madrigali a cinque voci. Nouamente 
posti in luce. Canto. (Tenore.) (Basso.) 
(Quinto.) 4 pts. 

Appresso V Heredc di Girolamo Scotto: 
Yineggia, 1580. 4°. D. 160. e- 

[Another copj-. Quinto.] D. 160. n. 
Di Filippo di Monte ... II Decimo Libro- 
delli IMadrigali, a cinque voci. Nouamente 
posti in luce. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) 
(Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 pts. 

Appresso V Herede di Girolamo Scotto : 
Yineggia, 1581. 4°. D. 160. g^ 



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MONTE (FiLiPPO Di) Di Filippo clc i 
Monte ... II Quartodecirao Libro delli 
Madrigali a Cinque Voci. Nouamente 
posti in luce. Quinto. .4p7)resso Angclo 
Ganlano : Venctia, 1590. obi. 4". 

A. 125. f. 

II Quintodecimo Libro de Madrigali a 
Cinque Voci . . . Nouamente in luce. Canto. 
(Alto.) (Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 5pts. 
Ajiprcsso Aiigelo Gardano : 
Ycndia, 1592. obi. 4". A. 125, g. 

Di Filippo di Monte ... II Secondo Libro 
de Madrigali Spirituali a Sei & Sette 
voci. Nouamente . . . composti, & dati in 
luce. [Canto.] (Alto.) (Tenore.) (Basso.) 
(Quinto.) (Sesto.) 6 pts. 

Ai)x>resso Angclo Gardcnw : 
Ymctia, 1589. obi. 4°. A. 125. h. 

The Canto ivants the title-page and 
pp. 5, 6. 
Di Filippo di ]\Ionte ... II secondo Libro 
delli ]\Iadrigali, a quattro voci. Nuoua- 
mente posti in luce. Tenore. 

Appresso Girolamo Scotto : 

Vinegia, 1569. 4". D. 160. o. 

La Ruzina Canzone di Filippo de Monte, 

iusieme Un' altra di Cipriano de Rore, 

Et altri Madrigali de diuersi famosissimi 

Autori a Sei Voci. Nouamente Stampata 

& data in luce. Canto. Appresso 

Angclo Gardano : 1591. 4". D. 160. j. 

Tills collection also contains comjyositions 

by Vccchi, P. A. Bonini, H. Baccusi, 

G. GabricU, L. Mira, A. Striggio and 

• L. Marenzio. 

Philippi de]\Ionte . . . Sacrarum Cantionum 
cum quinque vocibus quae vulgo IMotetta 
nuucupantur Liber Primus. Nunc primum 
ab ipso in lucem teditus. Altus. 

Apud Hieronymtim Scotum : 
Venctiis, 1572. 4". D. 160. c. 

Philippi de INIonte . . . Sacrarum Cantio- 
num, cum Sex Vocibus Que vulgo Motecta 
nuncupantur. . . Liber Secundus. [Cautus.] 
(Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quintus.) 
6 x:)ts. Apud Angclum Gardanmn : 

Vcnefijs, 1587. obi. 4°. A. 125. c. 

ThcCantus is imperfect, leanting pp. 1-6. 

[Another copy. Altus.] A. 125. d. 

Sonetz de P. de Ronsard, Mis en Musique 
a 5. 6. et 7. Parties, etc. [With a dedica- 
tion by J. A. de la Chapelle.] Superius. 
(Contra.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 4 pts. 

Par Adrian le Roy, ci Robert Ballard : 
Paris, 1575. obi. 4°. A. 125. 

See Gaedais^o (Angelo) Musica di Tredici 
Autori . . . Nella quale si contengono . . . 
Madrigali . . . delli infrascritti Autori . . . 
F. de Monte, etc. 1589. 4". 

K. 3. g. 11. 

MONTE (LoDOVico) See IMillioni (P.) 
and Monte (L.) Vero. . .modod' imparare 
a sonare, et accordare. . .la Chitarra Spag- 



nola. . .con vn'. . .Alfabeto, & accordatura 
straordinarij nouamente inuentati da 
P. ]\Iillioni & L. IMonte Compagni, etc. 
1637. obi. 8\ K. 4. a. 11. 

See MiLLiONi (P.) and IMonte (L.) Vero 
e facil modo d' imparare a sonare... la 
Chitarra Spagnuola, etc. 1678. obi. S". 

K. 4. a. 10. (1.) 

MONTECLAIR (:Michkl PIGNOLET 
DE) Cantates a une et a deux voix et avec 
Sinfonie. . .Second Livre, qui contient six 
Cantates Fran(;;oises et une Cantate 
Italiene. Gravi par Dii Plessis. Chez 
VAuteur: Pflris, [1720.] fol. I. 309. a. 
Les Festes de I'Ete, Ballet en Musique. . . 
Nouvelle Edition. J. B. G. Ballard : 

Paris, 1716. fol. I. 309. b. 

Jephte. Trag^die tiree de I'Ecriture 
Sainte, mise en IMusique . . . Troisieme 
Edition, revue, augmentee et corig6e. 
Partition Generalle. Clicz le S'' Boivin : 
Paris, [1735?] fol. I. 309. 

Principes de Musique. Divisez en quatre 
parties, etc. Chez la Veuve Boivin : 

Paris, [1740 ?] fol. G-. 834. 

Wanting the last leaf, ivhich has been 
supplied in vianuscript. 

MONTELLA (Giovanni Domenico) 
Settimo Libro de Madrigali a Cinqve Voci. 
Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 
5 pts. Per Gio. Battista Sottile : 

Napoli, 1605. 4^ K. 3. i. 3. 

Secondo Libro de Madrigali a Quattro 
Voci . . . Raccolti e dati in luci [with a 
preface] per G. F. Benna. Tenore. 
Nella Stampa di Gio. Battista Sottile, Per 
Scipionc Bonino : Napoli, 1607. 4°. 

C. 267. a. 

MONTERON ( de)" Le Baiser. Air. 
[Paris,^ 1781. 8'\ 

Mercure de France, Nov., 1781, p. 53. 

298. f. 21. 

MONTEVERDE (Claudio) Canzonette 
a Tre Voci. . .Libro Primo. Basso. 
Presso G. Vinccnzi, d E. Amadino, com- 
pagni : Venetia, 1584. 8". B. 252. 
II Secondo Libro de IMadrigali a Cinque 
Voci, etc. Quinto. 

Appresso Angelo Gardano : Venetia, 1590. 
obi. 4°. B. 252. a. 

II Secondo Libro de ]Madrigali a Cinque 
Voci. . .Nouamente. . .corretto, & ristam- 
pato. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) (Basso.) 
(Quinto.) 5 pts. Appresso Alessandro 
Rauerij : Venetia, 1607. 4\ D. 195. d. 
II Terzo Libro de Madrigali a Cinque Voci, 
Nouamente ristanapato. Basso. 

Aj^piresso Ricciardo Amadino : Venetia., 
1604. 4°. D. 195. 

II Terzo Libro de ]\Iadrigali a Cinque 
voci. . .Nouamente. . .Ristampata. Quinto. 
Stampa del Gardano. Aj^presso B. Maqni : 
Venctia, 1621. 4\ D. 195. c. 



MONTEVERDE— MONZANI 



145 



MONTEVERDE (Claudio) II Quinto 
Libro de Madrigali a Cinque Voci...Col 
Basso continuo per il Clauicembalo Chit- 
taronc od altro simile istromento . . . Di 
nuouo Corretto, & Ristampato. Canto. 

Apprcsso Ricciardo Amadino : 
Venetia, 1615. i\ D. 195. e. 

Basso Continuo del Quinto Libro do li 
Madrigali a Cinque di Claudio jMontevcrdo. 
Quale necossariamente andcra souato per 
bisogno dc li vltimi sei 3Iadrigali, & per 
li altri a bcueplacito. Ap>prcsso Ricciardo 
AimcUno : Venetia, 1605. 4». D. 195. a. 
Del Signor Claudio Monteverde ... II Sesto 
Libro de Madrigali a Cinque Yoci Con un 
Dialogo a Settc. Con il Basso continuo 
per potersi Concertarc nel Clauicembalo & 
altri stromenti. Nouamente Ristampati. 
Canto. (Alto.) (Tcnore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 
(Basso Continuo.) 6 pts. titampa del 

Gardano. Appresso Bartholomco Magni : 
Venetia, 1620. 4". D. 195. b. 

Concerto. Settimo Libro de JIadrigali 
a 1. 2. 3. i. & Sei voci, con altri generi de 
Canti,. . . Nouamente Ristampato, etc. 
Basso Continuo. Stampa del 

Gardano. Apprcsso Bartolomco Maqni : 
Venetia, 1628. 4'. D. 195. f, 

Scherzi Musicali. . .Raccolti da G. C. 
Monteverde suo Pratollo, & Nouamente 
Ristampati. A Tre Voci, etc. Stampa del 
Gardano. Apprcsso Bartolomco Magni: 
Venetia, ie-2S. fol. K. 8. li. 17. 

Wa)ttinij the last leaf (p. 13). 

MONTEVERDE (GiuLio Cesare) Sec 
Mo>TEVERDE (C.) Scherzi Musicali... 
Raccolti da G. C. Monteverde suo Fratello, 
etc. 1628. fol. K. 8. h. 17. 

MONTFORT (CoR^-EILLE de) 

A'jBlOCKLAXD DE MOXTFORT (C.) 

MONTHLY BANQUET. The Monthly 
Banquet of Apollo. Songs, etc. 
See Hook (J.) 

MONTHLY LYRIST. The Monthly 
Lyrist or Family Concert. [Songs, etc.] 
See DiBDiN (C.) 

MONTHLY MASK. 

See Periodical Publications. — London. 

MONTHLY MUSICAL JOURNAL. 

The Monthly ^Musical Journal. 
Sec Busby (T.) 

MONTIGNY ( de) Amour, cruel 

Amour, laisse-moy vivre en paix. Air 
Nouvcau. Paris, [1678.] s. sh. ohl. 4". 

P.P. 4482. 
Nouvcau Mercurc Galant, 1678, July, 
p. 18. 

L'Amour folatrant I'autre jour. Air 
Nouvcau. [For two voices.] 
[Paris, 1679.] s. sh. obi. i\ P.P. 4482. 
Nouvcau Mercure Galant, May, 1679, 
p. 57. 

VOL. II. 



MONTLAUR (Isidore) Recueil do 
Romances avec xAccompaguement de 
Forte-Piano, etc. Chez Naderman : 

Paris, [1800?] fol. H. 2831. h. (21.) 

MONTLIVAULT ( ) Chevalier dc. 
Trois Romances avec Accompagnement de 
Piano Forte. [London, 1195?] fol. 

H. 1677. (58.) 

MONTRE. La Montrc a Repetition. 
[Soug.] Sec Jour. Uu jour trouvaut 
Isabelle. [1785?] 8". B. 362. g. (85.) 

MONTUOLI (Giuseppe) Lettioni per 
Koteggiare a' Voce Sola con il Suo Basso 
continuo, etc. Per Bartolomco Gregori : 
Lucca, 1702. ohl. i". B. 318. 

MONVILLE ( de) Pour un sunplc 

baiser. ^u-...Avec Accomp' de Gnitare 
par Alberti. Chez M. Camand : Paris, 
[1785?] 8^ B. 362. c. (41.) 

MONZA (Carlo) Sei Quartetti, per Due 
Violini, Viola e Violoncello . . . Op. 2^. 
[Separate Parts.] J. Bland : London, 

[1788.] fol. h. 81. 

Sei Trio Concertanti per Duo Violini e 
Violoncello Obligate, etc. [Separate Parts.] 
J. Bland : London, [1785 ?] fol. 

g. 222. (14.) 

MONZANI (Tebaldo) Three Duetts, for 
two German Flutes or a German Flute 
& Violin. . .Op. 10. [Separate Parts.] 
Preston (C Son : London, [1800?! fol. 

g. 280. h. (6.) 

A Selection of Twelve Psalms and Hymns, 
... to which is prefixed a Print . . . The 
Drawing & Engraving by . . . Rigaud and 
Gardiner, etc. Monzani : 

[London, 1793.] obi. fol. E. 1334. 

Six Trios for two Flutes & a Bass, with a 
Thorough Bass for the Harpsichord, etc. 
[Separate Parts.] Printed for the 

Author: London, [11857] fol. 

g. 415. (5.) 
[Another copy.] h. 2910. a. (8.) 

hnperfect, wanting the Bass part. 
Four Trios for Two German Flutes & 
Violoncello. . .with a Thorough Bass for 
the Piano Forte. To which are annexed 
Several. . .Songs selected from the Latest 
Italian Operas &c....Op. vii. [Separate 
Parts.] Printed fur R. Birchall : London, 
[1795?] fol. ' g. 409. a. (7.) 

Three Trios for Two German Flutes, or 
Flute, Violin, and Violoncello. . .Op. 9. 
[Separate Parts.] 

Printed for Culliford, Rolf c A Barrow : 
London, [1798 ?] fol. g. 222. (5.) 

Two Trios, [by J. C. Bach and F. C. 
Neubaur] for Two Gorman Flutes, or 
Flute, Violin and Violoncello, selected by 
T. Monzani. [Separate Parts.] 
Monzani : London, [1800 ?] fol. 

g. 274. b. (3.) 

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MONZANt— MOORINGS 



MONZANI (Tebaluu) Sec Beetie (W.) 

Earl of Abingdon. Six... Vocal Pieces, 

. .Arranged. . .by T. Monzani. 

[1800?] fol. H. 2824. (5.) 

MOON. The INIoon with borrow'd lustre 

shone. Song. See IMann (P.) 
MOORE (Thomas) of Glascjoio. [Pages 
1-24 of a collection of Songs, Catches etc. 
edited by T. Moore, & probably forming 
part of his work ' The Vocal Concert.'] 
[Glasgoiv, 1761 ?] 4". D. 385. 

The Psalm-Singer's Complcat Tutor and 
Divine Companion . . . Containing a Col- 
lection of curious Psalm-Tunes, Hymns, 
and Canons, etc. The Second Edition. 
Vol. II. Frinted for the Author : 

London, [1752.] obi. 8°. A. 1043. 

This collection includes compositions by J. 
Chesham, J. Bishop, P. D., Sheeles^, 
Romer, F. Hicks, Jeremiah Clark, G. 
Gibbs, J. Church, J. Bloxo, Hacndel, 
M. Wise, H. Purccll and W. Tansur. 
The Psalm-Singer's Delightful Pocliet 
Companion. Containing, A plain . . . 
Introduction to Psalmody. . .And between 
Three and Fourscore of the best Psalm- 
Tunes . . . With variety of curious Hymns 
and Canons, etc.. Printed for the 

Author : Glasgoiv, [11627] 8". B. 651. 

MOORE (Thomas) the Poet. See M., T. 

MOOREHEAD (John) Absence, an 
admired Ballad, sung by ]\Iiss Daniels, at 
Vauxhall, the Poetry by T. Dibdin. 
Preston: London, [lld^ 7] fol. 

H. 2830. g. (15.) 

Arrah fait but the Poet's a fool here. 
See infra : [TJie Horse and Widoiv.] 
Ben & ]\Iary, a favorite Ballad. Sung . . . 
at the Theatre Royal Haymarket by Mr. 
Trueman, the Words by T. Dibdin. 

Longman dementi d- Co. : London, 
[1799.] fol. G. 249. (37.) 

[Birds of a Feather.] How can you re- 
fuse me, insensible j\Ian ! A favorite 
Ballad sung by ^liss Bates in Birds of a 
Feather at Sadlers Wells. 

Longman if Broderip : \Londo)i, 
179G?] fol. G. 367. (45.) 

Love what the deuce do you 

want. A favorite Ballad sung by Mr. 
Dighton in Birds of a Feather at Sadlers 
Wells. Longman and Broderip : 

[London, 1196?] fol. G. 367. (44.) 

Constant Kate. A favorite Ballad . . . 
The Words by C. J. Pitt. 

Longman and Broderip : [London, 
1790 ?] fol. G. 383. j. (20.) 

Duo Concertante for Violins. No. 1. 
[Separate Parts.] 

Longman, dementi d C'' : London, 
[1800?] fol. g. 421. m. (4.) 

Elfin away. See infra : [The Volcano.] 



MOOREHEAD (John) Fear not to ask. 

See infra : [TJie Volcano.] 
The Gallant Forty Second, A Favorite 
Scots Ballad, sung by Miss Daniels at 
Vauxhall . . . The Poetry by C. Dibdin, 
Junr. Preston : London, [1795 ?] fol. 

H. 2830. g. (13.) 

[The Horse and Widow.] Arrah fait but 
the Poet's a fool here. The favorite Song 
in The Horse and Widow . . . The Words 
by T. Dibdin, etc. 

Longman Clementi and Co. : London, 
[1799.] fol. G. 249. (36.) 

How can you refuse me, insensible man 1 
See supra : [Birds of a Feather.] 
[The Naval Pillar]. The Overture Songs 
Glees and Dance in the New Popular 
Entertainment of the Naval Pillar. . .The 
Words by T. Dibdin, the New IMusic com- 
posed by J. jMoorehead. 

Longman, Clementi & Comp'J : London, 
[1799.] fol. H. 230. h. (4.) 

A Pasticcio, containing music by Moore- 
head, Callcott and Linley. 

Love what the deuce do you want. 
See supra : [Birds of a Feather.] 

[Speed the Plough.] The favorite Dance 
introduced in the New Comedy called 
" Speed the Plough "... Arranged as a 

1 Rondo for the Piano Forte. 

1 J. Lonqman, dementi <0 Co. : London, 

[1799.] fol. H. 121. (3.) 

I [The Volcano.] The Favorite Overture 
with the movements descriptive of the 
Volcanic Eruption, in the new popular 
Pantomime of the Volcano . . . Arranged 
for the Piano-Forte, etc. 

Broderip & Wilkinson : London, 
[1799.] fol. g. 137. (20.) 

Elfin away. Mr. Denman's Song 

. . . The Words by T. Dibdin, etc. 

Broderip d Wilkinson: London, 
[1799.] fol. G. 249. (35.) 

Fear not to ask. Miss WJteatley's 

Song. . .The Words by T. Dibdin, etc. 

Broderip and Wilkinson : 
London, [1799.] fol. G. 249. (34.) 

The wind in wild tornadoes roar'd. Negro 
Song from ]Mungo Parke's Travels, versi- 
fied by the Rev" S. S. Colman, etc. 
Preston: London, [1800?] fol. 

G. 805. k. (10.) 

Would you hear a lover's ditty. Trouba- 
dour Ballad. The Poetry by C. Dibdin, 
Junr. . .Arranged for the Harp and Piano 
Forte with an Accompaniment for a Flute 
or Violin Preston : London, 

[1795?] fol. H. 2830. g. (14.) 

MOORINGS. Moorings. [Song.] 
See Dibdin (C.) [Will of the Wisp.] 



MORALE— MOREAU 



147 



MORALE. La Morale de Roger Bon- 
Tems. [Song.] Sec Nous. {^Another 
Edition.] Nous n'avons qu'uu terns .a 
vivre, etc. [1785 ?] 8\ 

B. 362. a. (181.) 

La Morale des Republicaius. [Song.] 
Sec FBAN9AIS. Fran^ais puisqu'enfiu la 
raison, etc. [1792 ?] 8". 

B. 362. d. (39.) 

MORALES (Ckistoval) Mariae Cantica 
uulgo ^Magnificat dicta : Psalmata octo 
tetrapliona, per Ghristophorum Moralem, 
aliosque ^Musicos. Adiecta Touoruni Octo 
singulorum Symphona isometra cantus, 
per quatuor voces Harmonia, ad Psalmum 
quemlibet accommodabili. 
Impressiim. . .per lacobiim Modernum : 
Lugduni, 1550. fol. K. 9. a. 10. 

Tlie other composers of this collection arc 
lacquet and Richafort. 

Magnificat Moralis Ispani Cum Quatuor 

Vocibus, etc. Cantus (Altus.) (Tenor.) 
(Bassus.) i pts. 

Apiul Antonium Gardanum : Venetijs, 
1559. obi. i\ A. 296. a. 

The Altus part is imperfect, wanting 
pp. 7-30. 

^Magnificat Omnitonum Cum Quatuor 
Vocibus. Christophori Jloralis Hispani 
Aliorumq3 Excelleutium Virorum in Am- 
plissima hac Forma Caractereq; perspicuo 
pro Diuini Cultus Decore atq; Commodo. 
Summa nuper Diligentia impressum iu 
lucem prodit. 

Apud Antonium Gardanum : Venetijs, 

1562. fol. K. 9. a. 11. 
This collection contains settings of the 

Magnificat by Morales, Carpentras, 
Jachet and Richafort. 

Magnificat Moralis Ispani Cum Quatuor 

Vocibus, etc. Tenor. 

Appresso Francesco Rampazetto : Vcnetia, 

1563. obi. i". A. 296. c. 
The date {in the colophoyi) has been 

entered in manuscript to 1593. 

Magnificat Moralis Ispani cum Quatuor 
Vocibus, etc. Bassus. 
Apud Claudium Correggiatem : Venetiis, 
1568. obi. 4\ A. 296. 

[Escellentissimi Musici Moralis Hispani 

Gomberti, ac Jacheti cum Quatuor Vocibus 

Missse, Nouissime. . .in lucem isditse... 

Liber Primus. Cantus.] (Altus.) (Bassus.) 

3 pts. [Apud Hieronymum Scotum : 

Venetiis, 1540.] obi. 4". A. 296. d. 

Imperfect, luanting the title-page of the 

Cantus. The title-pages of the Altus 

and Bassus read : " Missx cum 

Quatuor Vocibus, Nouissime omni 

diligentia in lucem Kditx. Altus 

(Bassus)." The foliation of each part 

begins at ru. 



MORALES (Cristoval) Sec Alvarez 
Frouvo (J.) Discursus sobre a perfeic'am 
do Diathesaron e reposta sobre os tres 
breves negros de Christovao de Morales, etc. 
1662. 4». K. 8. c. 17. (1.) 

See GoMBERT (N.) Nicolai Gomberti . . . 
Pentapbtbongos Harmonia . . . Additis 
nunc eiusdem quoq3 ipsius Gomberti, 
necnon lacbetti, & Morales Motettis... 
Liber Primus. 1541. obi. 4^ A. 215. 

See Motets. — 4. Motetta Trium Vocum 
ab Pluribus Authoribus composita quorum 
nomina emit. . .Morales Hispanus, etc. 

1543. obi. 4". K. 3. d. 7. 

See Rhau (G.) Postremum Vespertini 
Officii Opus, etc. (Magnificat Octo Tono- 
rum. . .Moralis Hispani, etc.) 

1544. obi. 4°. K. 4. d. 14. 

MORALES (Cbistoval) and LUPUS 
(Joannes) Quinque Missarum Harmonia 
cum Quinque Vocibus quarum nomina 
subscquuntur. Moralis Hispani. Lomme 
Arme. Queramus cum pastoribus. De 
beata Virgine. loannis Luppi. Surrexit 
Pastor bonus. Veni sponsa Cbristi. 
Recens in lucem sedita, ac denuo... 
recoguita. Altus. 

Apud Hieronymum Scotum : Venetijs, 
1565. obi. 4". A. 296. b. 

MORAND (Pierre de) Justification de 
la jMusique Fran(;^oise. Centre la Querelle 
qui lui a ijt6 faite par uu Allemand [P. jM. 
von Grimm] ct un AUobroge [J. J. Rous- 
seau], etc. [By P. de Morand.] 1754. 8°. 
,See Justification. 1103. b. 22 (9.) 

MORANGE (L.) Fr^degilde, ou le 
Udmon familier; Drame a grand spectacle, 
en quatro Actes. . .Paroles de J. G. A. 
Cuvollier, et do J. B. Hapdd. Musique 
arrangee par L. Morange. . .Avec les Airs 
not^s. Chez Barba : Paris, An Septieme 
[1799.] 8". 11738. c. 40. (8.) 

MORE. IMore brigbt tbe sun began to 
dawn. A New So7ig. [London, 1757.] 8". 

P.P. 5438. z. 
Universal Magazine, Vol. XXI., p. 224. 

More bright the Sun began to dawn. 
A New Song. Sung by Miss Stevenson, 
at Vaux-Hall. 

[London, 1753.] S". 158. 1. 3. 

London Magazine, 1758, p. 44. 

MORE (Isabella Theaker) The Walls 
of my iprison, a favorite Ballad written 
by I. F., etc. Printed for G. Goulding : 
London, [1785 ?] fol. G. 377. (37.) 

MOREAU ( ) Harpist. A Collection of 
Favourite French Songs, with an Accom- 
panyment for the Harp or Piano Forte to 
which is added a Lesson for the Harp, etc. 
Longmayi and Broderip : London, 
[1780 ?] obi 4». E. 601. d. (12.) 

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]\IOREAU— MOBIN 



MOREAU (Jean Bapxiste) Clioeurs de 
la Tragedie d'Esthor [by J. Racine], Avec 
la IMusique, etc. Chez D. Thierry : 

Paris, 1689. 4". 640. k. 9. (2.) 

MOREL ( ) A I'ombre d'un hetre. 
Musette, etc. [Paris,'] 1737. s. sh. 4". 

297. b. 17. 

Mercurc de France, Jan., 1737. 
Aussi prompt qu'un eclair. Aii\ etc. 
[Paris,'] 1728. s. sh. 4°. 297. a. 34. 

Mercurc cle France, July, 1728. 
Buvons tretous, cbers camarades. Air dcs 
Mil'wieuf:. (Les Paroles et la Musique 
sout de ]M. Morel.) 
[Paris,] 1734. s. sh. 4". 297. b. 5. 

Mcrcure de France, August, 1784. 
Daus le sein du repos. Chanson. (Ces 
Paroles sont de INT. Morel, ainsi que la 
Musique.) [Paris,] 1734. s. s7(.4\ 

297. b. 5. 
Mercure de France, Oct., 1734. 

Un Daupbin, morgue, viaut de naitre. 
Chanson Paysanne. (Ces Paroles, aussi- 
bien que la Musique, sont de J\I. INIorel.) 
[Paris,] 1729. s. sh. 4°. 298. a. 8. 

Mercure de France, November, 1729. 
Encbaute des yeux de Silvie. Clianson.. 
Sur uu Amant qui trouva sa Maitresse 
mariee au retour d'un voj'age. [Words 
and music by Morel.] 
[Paris,] 1727. s. sh. 4". 297. a. 25. 

Mcrcure de France, Jan., 1727. 

L'Hiver, Cbanson. Les Paroles & la 
?»Iusique sont de M. Morel. 
[Paris,] 1739. s. sh. 4". 298. b. 2. 

2Iereure de France, Oct., 1739. 

Morgue, Piarrot, morgue. Air Paysan, 
du terns. (Les paroles & la Musique... 
sont de M. iMorel.) [Paris,] 1728. s. sh. 4". 

298. a. 1. 
Mercurc de France, Sept., 1728. 

Printems en Gavotte, etc. (L'Air & les 
paroles sont de M. Morel.) 
[Paris,] 1727. s. sh. 4°. 297. a. 26. 

Mercure de France, April, 1727. 

Primtems, par ton retour. Air, etc. 
[Paris,] 1735. s. sh. 4". 297. b. 8. 

Mercurc de France, April, 1735. 

MOREL (Federic) See Bacciiius, 
Senior. Baccbii Senioris. . .Eio-a7to7T;. . . 
P. Morellus. . .recensuit. . .Latine vertit, 
& Notis illustrauit. 1G23. 8'. 

1042. e. 8. 

MORETON (John) Sacred Melody, being 
Fifty Psalm & Ilynni Tunes, in Four 
Parts, witb Entire New IMusic set to 
tbe Works of Dr. Watts & Otbers, etc. 
The Author : Birmingham, [limi] fol. 

G. 503. (6.) 

MORETTI (Federico) Priucipios para 
tocar la Guitarra de Seis Ordenes, prece- 



didos de ios Elemeutos Geuerales de la 
INIusica, etc. 2 pts. Orahados par 

Josef Rico : Madrid, 1799. obi. fol. 

7896. de 32. 

MORGAN ( ) Tliougb jocund j\Iay 
returns again. A New Song .. .[\Yordis] 
From tbe Lady's own IMcmorandum Book 
for 1774, etc. Pigg and Cox : [London, 
1773.] s. sh. 4'. P.P. 5141. 

Lady's Magazine, Supplement, 1773. 

See JoYFur, Cuckoldom. [Joyful Cuckol- 
dom...A Collection of New Songs. . .by 
. . . Mr. Morgan, etc.] [1690 ?-6 ?] 4°. 

C. 180. a. 

MORGAN (George) By sbady Woods 
and purling Streams. Two Part Song. 
[By G. Morgan.] [1720 ?] s. sh. fol. 
Sec By. G. 306. (239.) 

[Anotber edition.] By sbady Woods & 
purling Streams. A Two Part Song, etc. 
[London, 1730 '?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. (h. 8.) 

Wby sbould Love. A Song, tbe Words 
by Mr. Tbeobald. 
[London? ITdO?] s.sh.iol. 

I. 600. (109.) 

MORGUE. Morgoi ! faut il que j' te 
riviere. Ah! si j' te fnais, ou la Pay- 
sanne difficile. Dialogue Villageois. 
[Paris, i785 ?] 8°. B. 362. c. (4.) 

iMorgue ! la cbarmante nouvellc. Cban- 
son. See Adnin ( ) 

Morgue, Piarrot, morgue. Air. 
See jMorel ( ) 

MORIAMO. Moriamo mia vita. Song. 
See x\nfossi (P.) [Zetiohia in Palmira.] 

MORIGI (Angelo) Senate a Violino e 
Basso. Opera ii. Printed for J. Joh)ison : 
London, [1765 ?] fol. g. 503. (4.) 

Six Sonatas for Two Violins witb a 
Tborovigb Bass for tbe Harpsicord or 
Violoncello. [Separate Parts.] 

Printed for I. Walsh : 
London, [1160?] fol. g. 278. 

MORIN (Jean Baptiste) Cantates Fran- 
(,'oises a une et deux voix, melees de 
Sympbonies,'. . . Livre Premier . . . Nou- 
velle Edition (Livre Second). 2 pts. 

Chez C. Ballard : 
Paris, 1709, 1707. obi. 4°. B. 335. 

La C'basse du Cerf, Divertissement cbante 
devant Sa Majesty a Fontainebleau le 
25""= jour d'Aoust 1708 . . . mel6 de plusieurs 
Airs a boire. Chez C. Ballard : 

Paris, 1709. obi. 4". B. 335. a. (1.) 

Motets a une et deux Voix, m^lez de 
Sympbonies . . . Livre Premier (Second). 
2 Liv. Chez C. Ballard : 

Paris, 1704(-9). fol. H. 1035. 



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149 



MORISON (John) A CoUection of New 
Strathspey Reels, with a few favourite 
Marches, for the Piano-Forte, Violin and 
Violoncello, etc. 

Goto & Shepherd, for the Author : 
Edinbtirgh, [1800.] fol. g. 97. (1.) 

MORIZOT ( ) Au d^faut de Lrillantes 
fleurs. Air Sirieux. 
[Paris,} 1737. s. sh. 4". 297. b. 20. 

Mercure de France, Oct., 1737. 
Vous pr^tendez en vain. Chanson, etc. 
[Paris,] 173G. s. sh. 4". 297. b. 13. 

Merciire dc France, March, 1736. 

MORLANNE ( de) La Saison du Bel 
Age. [Song.] Z^lusique de M. de 'Mov- 
laune Taiue. Chez Ics Frerrs Saviqny : 
[Paris, 1785 ?] 8°. B. 362. f. (44.) 

Si vous empruutez 1' air de la Folie. 
Impromptu, [Song.] Paroles et Musiquo 
de M' de Morlanue I'Ainc. 

Chez Ics Fnhcs Scivigny : 
[Paris, 1785 ?] 8". B. 362. f. (52.) 

[Another copy.] B. 362. b. (137.) 

See Blin de la Codre (M, S.) Le Gout dc 
bien des gens. Air . . . Accomp' de 
GuitarreparM'DeMorlannc. ri785?] 8°. 

B. 362. f. (43.) 

MORLEY (Thomas) Of Thomas :Morlcy 
the First Booke of Balletts to Five Voyces. 



Cantus. (Alius.) 
(Quintus.) 5 pts. 
London, 1595. 4°. 
[Another copy.] 
Di Tomaso Morlei 



(Tenor.) (Bassus.) 

Thonas Esie : 

K. 3. i. 4. 

K. 3. i. 5. 

II Primo Libro delle 
Ballette a Cinque Voci. Alto. 
Appresso Tomaso Estc : TaOndra, 1595. 4". 

55. b. 20. (4.) 
Of Thomas Jlorley the First Booke of 
Balletts to Five Voyces. Cantus. (Bassus.) 
2 pts. Thomas Este, the assigne of 

Thomas Morley : London, 1600. 4". 

K. 3. i. 6. 

[First Booke of Balletts.] Now is the 
Month of Maving. Glee for five voices. 
[London,] 1792. s. sh. 4". P.P. 5141. 
Lady's Magazine, Oct., 1792. 

Of Thomas i\Iorley the First Booke of 
Canzonets to Two Voyces. Cantus. 
(Tenor.) 2 pts. Tliomas Este : 

London, 1595. 4". K. 3. i. 8. 

Of Thomas Morloy the First Booke of 
Canzonets to Two Voyces. Cantus. 

Thomas Snodham, for Matthew Loivnes 
and lohn Browne : London, 1619. 4°. 

K. 3. m. 10. 

Flora, thou wilt torment me. 

Favourite Canzonett, etc. [London,] 

1794. s. sh. 4°. P.p. 5141. 

Lady's Magazine, April, 1794. 

Go ye my Canzonets. A Canzonet 

for Two Voices. R. Falkcner : London, 
[1775?] s. s/j. fol. H. 1994. a. (75.) 



MORLEY (Thomas) [Of Thomas :Morley 
the First Booke of Canzonets to Two 
Voyces.] Go ye my Canzonets. A Favorite 
Canzonet, etc. [London, 1775.] s. sh. 4°. 

P.P. 5141. 
Lady's Magazine, 1775, Supplement. 

Sweet nymph come to thy lover. 

A Canzonet for Two Voices. 

B. Falkener : London, [1775 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. a. (49.) 

Sweet nymph come to thy lover. 

Canzonet, etc. [London, 1783.] s. sh. 4". 

P.P. 5141. 
Lady's Magazine, June, 1783. 

When in the break of morning. A 

Favourite Canzonet, etc. [London, 

1776.] s. sh. 4°. P.P. 5141. 

Lady's Magazine, April, 1776. 
Canzonets. Or Little Short Songs to 
Three Voyces, etc. Cantus. (Altus.) 
Bassus.) 6 pts. Thomas Est, the assign^ 
of Williavi Byrd : London, 1593. 4°. 

K. 3. i. 7. 
Canzonets. Or Little Short Songs to 
Three Voices ; . . . Now Newly Imprinted 
with some Songs added by the Author. 
Cantus. (Altus.) (Bassus.) L. P. 3 pts. 
Tliomas Este, the assigne of Willia^n 
Barley: London, 1G06. 4'\ C." 8. i. 12. 
Canzonets. Or Little Short Songs to Three 
Voyces . . . Now Newly Imprinted with 
some Songs added by the Author. Cantus. 
(Altus.) (Bassus.) 3 pts. William Stansby, 
Piichard Eaxchings, George Latham : 
London, 1&?,1. 4". K. 3. i. 11. 

Canzonets. Or Little Short Songs to Foure 
Voyces : celected out of the best and 
approued Italian Authors. By T. Morley, 
etc. Cantus. (Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 
4 pts. Peter SJiort : London, 1597. 4°. 

K. 3. i. 10. 

This collection contains compositions by 
G. Bassano, G. Croce, F. Anerio, T. 
Morley, Ij. Viadana and II. Vecchi. 
Canzonets or Little Short Aers to Five 
and Sixe Voices. Cantus. (Altus.) (Tenor.) 
(Bassus.) (Quintus.) 5 pts. Peter 

Short : London, 1597. 4". K. 3. 1. 9. 
The First Booke of Consort Lessons, made 
by diuers exquisite Authors, for sixe 
Instruments to pla}'' together ; viz. the 
Treble Lute, the Pandora, the Citterne, 
the Base-VioU, the Flute, and the Treble- 
Violl. Collected by Thomas Morley, 
Gentleman, and now newly corrected and 
inlarged. 

Thomas Snodham foi' John Browne, 
the Assign^ of William Barlcii : London, 
1611. 4°. K. 1. i. 7. 

The Flute part only. 

Go ye my Canzonets. See supra : [First 
Book of Canzonets.] 

A Plaine and Easie Introduction to Prac- 
tical! Musicke, set downe in forme of a 



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dialogue : Diuidod into three partes . . . 
With new songs of 2. 3. 4. and 5. parts. 
Peter Short : London, 1597. fol. 

K. 3. m. 16. 

[Another copy.] 59. c. 16. 

A Plaine and Easie Introduction to 
Practicall ]\Iusicke, Set downe in forme 
of a dialogue : Diuided into tlu'ee parts. . . 
With new songs of, 2. 3. 4. and 5. parts. 
MS. NOTES [by W. Jackson of Exeter]. 
Hwnfrcy Lowncs : London, 1608. fol. 

K. 3. m. 12. 
TJtis copy belonged to Thomas Linley, 
and contains his autograph. 
[Another copy.] few ms. notes [by C. 
Burney]. 785. 1. 3. 

A Plain and Easy Introduction to Practical 
Music ... As Printed in the year 1597, etc. 
[With an Appendix of Motets, &c. in score.] 
William Randall : London, 1771. 4". 

7897. h. 54. 
[Another copy.] 59. b. 2. 

Madrigalls to Foure Voices newly pub- 
lished . . . The Firste Booke. Cantus. 
(Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 4 pts. 
Thomas Est : London, 1594. 4". 

K. 3. i. 12. 

[Another copy.] K. 3. i. 13. 

Madrigals to Foure Voices . . . Now Newly 
Imprinted with some Songs added by the 
Author. Tenor. (Bassus.) 2 pts. 
Thomas Este, the assigne of Thomas Morley : 
London, IGOO. 4". K. 3. m. 11. 

Madrigals to fiue voyces. Celected out of 
the best approucd Italian Authors. By 
T. Morley, etc. Cantus. (Altus.) (Tenor.) 
(Bassus.) (Quintus.) 5 pts. Thomas 

Este : London, 1598. 4". K. 3. i. 14. 
Tliis collection contains compositions by 
A. Fcrabosco, B. Mosto, G. Fcretti, 
N. Giovanclli, H. Tccchi, G. Belli, 
A. OroJogio, L. Marenzio, H. Sabino, 
Peter PliiUiis, S. Yenturi and G. di 
MacqiLC. 
Sweet nymph come to thy lover. 
See supra : [First Book of Canzvnets.'] 
Madrigales. The Triumphes of Oriana, 
to 5. and 6. voices : composed by diuers 
seuerall aucthors. Newly published by 
T. Morley, etc. Cantus. (Altus.) (Tenor") 
(Bassus.) (Quintus.) (Sextus.) 6 pts. 
ThomasEste, thcassigneof Thomas Morley : 
London, 1601. 4°. K. 3. i. 15. 

The authors of these madrigals are : M. 
Este, D, Norcome, T. Morley, E. 
Gibbons, J. Benet, J. Hilton, G. Mar- 
son, B. Carlton, J. Holmes, B. Nicol- 
son, T. TomMns, M. Cavendish, W. 
Cobbold, J. Farmer, J. Wilbye, T. 
Hunt, T. Weelkes, J. Milton, G.Kirbye, 
R. Jones, J. Lisley and E. Johnson. 
See Apollonian Harmony. Apollonian 
Harmony : a Collection of . . . Glees ... by 
...Morley, e^c. [1790?] 8". E. 255. 



MORLEY (William) and ISUM (John) 
A Collection of New Songs set to Musick 
by W. Morley and J. Isum. With a 
Tliorough-bass to each Song, all transpos'd 
for the Flute: and fairly Engraven on 
Copperplates. {London, 11101'] fol. 

G. 117. 

MORN. The Morn no more with cheerful 
ray. Eondo. See Hook (J.) 

The Morn of Valentine. [Song.] 
See CorE (W. P. R.) 

The Morn was fair. Mira and Colin. 
[Song.] [London, 1766.] 8". 158. 1. 11 
London Magazine, 1766, p. 319. 

The IMorn was fair. Mira and Colin. A 
New Song. {London, 1766.] 8». 

P.P. 5441. 
Boycd Magazine, Vol. XIV., p. 321. 

The Morn was fair. Mira and Colin. A 
New Song. [London, 1766.] 8". 

P.P. 5438. z. 
Universal Magazine, Vol, XXXVIII. , 
p. 210. 

MORNING. Morning. [Song, begins: 
' In the Barn, the tenant Cock.'] 
,^ee Haydn (F. J.) {Symphonies. B. d 
H. No. 53. Andante.] 

[Another setting.] Morning. Ballad [be- 
gins : ' In the barn the tenant cock ']. 
See Stevenson (Sir J. A.) 

The ilorning Air. Song. See Would. 
Would you taste the morning air, etc. 
[1752.] 8°. P.P. 5438. z. 

The IMorning Cloud was ting'd with Gold. 
Colin and Dolly. A Song. {London, 

1750?] s. s7f. fol. G-. 312. (80.) 

London Magazine, 1754. 

The IMorning Cloud was ting'd with Gold. 
Colin and Dolly. A new Song. 
{London, 1754.] 8^ 157. 1. 16. 

London Magazine, 1754, j'- 516. 

The Morning Cloud was ting'd with Gold. 
Collin and Dolly. A New Song. 
{London, 1755.] 8°. P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. XVI., p. 84. 

The Morning Cloud was ting'd with Gold. 
Colin and Dolly, etc. [Song.] 
{London, 1755.] s. sh. S". 

P.P. 5439. ab. 
Universal Magazine, April, 1755. 

The jMorning Conversation. Song. 

See Vainly. Vainly now you strive to 

charm me, etc. [1750] 8". 

P.P. 5438. z. 

The Morning fresh. Duett. 
See Know your own Mind. 

The Morning Invitation. [Song.] 
See FiSHEE (J. A.) 



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151 



MORNING. The Morning Invocation. 
Song. See Arise. Arise my Flavia, let 
us haste, etc. [1790 ?] fol. 

G. 808. f. (4.) 

The Morning is charming, all Nature is 
gay. A new Hunting Song, the Music by 
a Gentleman. 
[London, 1745 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. b. (52.) 

[Another edition.] The morning is 
charming, all nature is gay. A Hunting 
Song. [Words] By C. L. Esq. 
[London, 1747.] 8°. 249. c. 17. 

Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. XVIL, 
p. 39. 

[Another setting.] The ]\Ioming is 
charming, all nature is gay. Song. 
See Ridley ( ) 

MOEO (GiACOMO) Concerti Ecclesiastici 
. . . Nelliquali si contengono Mottetti, 
]\Iagnificat, & Falsibordoni A una, Due 
Tre, Quattro, Sei, & Otto uoci . . . Con il 
Basso continuo per 1' Organo . . . Opera 
Ottaua, etc. Tenoro. (Altus. Secondo 
Choro.) 2 pts. Ajipresso Ricciardo 

Amadino : Vcnetia, 1604. 4". D. 59. 

lacobi j\Iori Yiadanse Concerti Ecclesias- 
tici I. II. III. et iiii. Vocuni. Cum 
Basso Continuo ad Organum. Editio 
Altera. Cantus ii. (Bassus.) (Basso 
Continuo.) 3 pts. Apud Petrum 

riialesium : Antuerpix, 1621. 4°. 

C. 268. 
The Bassus Part is imperfect, u-antinti 
pp. 3-11. 

MORPHEUS. :\Iorpheus thou gentle 
God. Song. 
See PuRCELL (D.) [lpMgenia.'\ 

MORSOLINO (Antonio) II Primo Libro 
delle Canzonettia Tre Voci,. . .Con alcune 
altre de diuersi Eccellenti Musici, etc. 
Canto I. (Canto ii.) (Basso.) 3 pts. 

Appresso Eicciardo Anuidino : 

Venetia, 1594. 4". K. 3. i. 16. 

TJtis work contains 8 Canzonets by A. 

Morsolino, 4 by Hnomo Bnono Morso 

lino, 4 by C. Monteverde, 1 by O. 

Yecclii and 4 anonymous. 

MORTARO (Antonio) Fiammelle 
Amorose a Tre Voci . . . Libro Primo. 
Nouamente Ristampate. Canto. (Tenore.) 
(Basso.) 3 pts. 

Appresso Ricciardo Amadino : 
Venetia, 1602. 4°. C. 332. (1.) 

II Secondo Libro delle Fiammelle Amorose 
a Tre Voci . . . Nouamente Ristampate. 
Canto. (Tenore.) (Basso.) 3 pts. 

Ajjpresso Ricciardo Amadino : 
Venetia, 1599. 4°. C 332. (2. 



MORTARO (Antonio) Altus. Primo 
choro (Cantus. Secondo Choro) a quattro 
Voci del Secondo Libro delle Messe, 
Salmi, Magnificat, Canzoni da suonare, 
& Falsa Bordoni, a xiii., etc. 2 pts. 

Appresso Vher. di Simon Tini, 
& Filippo Lomazzo : Milano, 1610. 4°. 

D. 65. 
Antonii I\Iortarii . . . Sacrte Cantiones 
Tribus vocibus concinendpo. Nunc denuo 
cum alijs nouiter impresse. Cantus ii. 

Apud Ricciardum Amadinum : 
Vcnctijs, 1603. 4". C. 332. a. 

MORTE D' ORFEO. La Morte d' 
Orfeo. Tragicomedia. See Landi (S.) 

MORTEL. Un mortel qui ne Sijait que 
boir. Chanson. See Boban ( ) 

MORTELLARI (C. M.) Ten Italian 

Arietts, etc. Published by Subscriiytioii : 
London, [1800?'] oW. fol. 

E. 600. r. (4.) 
Three Italian Duetts, one composed and 
two selected and adapted . . . for Voices 
and Piano Forte. Accompaniment by 
C. M. INIortellari. Printed for 

C. M. Mortcllari: London, [1800?] obi. 
fol. E. 600. r. (3.) 

The adapted ducts are by Palma and 
Farinclli. 
Three Sonatas for the Piano Forte, witli 
a Violin Accompaniment . . . Op. 3. 
[Separate Parts.] Monzani & Cimador, 
for the Author : London, [1800 ?] fol. 

h. 725. g. (16.) 

MORTELLARI (Michele) Ah uon 
lasciarmi no bell' Idol mio. 
See infra; [Didone Abbandonata.'] 

Ah tornate Dio serene. 

SVc infra : [Armida.'] 

[Armida.] Overture. [P. F. and Violin.] 
See Opera Overtures. No. 1(-5) of the 
Opera Overtures, etc. No. 2. [1789] fol. 

h. 61. (8.) 

Ah tornate Dio serene. [Duett.] 

Sung by ]\Iadam Mara & Sig. Rubinelli, 
etc. [Full Score.] Lorigman & Broderip : 
London, [1786.] fol. G. 197. (9.) 

Calma la pena amara. [Song.] 

Sung by Sig' Rubinelli, etc. [Full Score.] 

Longman d- Broderip : London, 
[1786.] fol. H. 345 (3.) 

Resta ingrata. Sung by Sig" 

Rubinelli in the Opera of Armida. [Full 
Score.] Longman & Broderip : 

London, [1786.] fol. H. 345. (24.) 

Twelve Ariettes, for a Single Voice, with 
an Accompaniment for the Piano Forte or 
Harp. . .Opera xii. Printed for the 

Author : London, [1795 ?] obi. fol. 

E. 600. z. (6.) 



152 



MORTELLARI— MOT 



MORTELLARI (Michele) Calnia la 
peua amara. [Song.] 
See supra : [Armida.] 

Six Canzonets with an Accompaniment 
lor the Piano Forte or Harp, etc. 
Longman and Broderip : London, [1785?] 
obi. 4". B. 396. 

Eight Canzonets with an Accompaniment 
for the Piano Forte or Harp. . .Op. vi. 
Lonqman and Broderip : London, [1787 ?] 
obi. fol. E. 271. (11.) 

[Didone Abbandouata.] Ah non lasciarmi 
no beir Idol mio. [Song.] Sung by Madam 
Mara in [the Pasticcio] Didone Aban- 
donata, etc. [Full Score.] Longman and 
Broderip : London, [1786.] fol. 

H. 345 (2.) 

[The Flitch of Bacon.] No, 'twas neither 
Shape nor Feature. A favourite Song 
sung by ]\Ir. Johnstone in the Flitch of 
Bacon [a Pasticcio, arranged by W. 
Shield], etc. Printed for H. Andreios : 

[London, 1790 ?] fol. 

G. 808. e. (36*.) 

No, 'twas neither Shape nor Feature. 
See supra : [Tlie Flitch of Bacon.] 

Resta ingrata. /See supra: [Armida.] 

[Venus and Adonis.] Twelve Pieces of 
Music, selected from the Favorite Drama 
of Venus and Adouis. Written by J. 
Giannini . . . Opera vii. [Full Score.] 
Printed for the Author: London, [1790?] 
fol. H. 349. 

MORTEIjS. IMortels, redoute/.d'approcher. 
Chanson sur le sejour de M"" J. ]M. D. V. 
en sa Maison de Campagne, etc. [Words 
by] Le Chevalier de Montador. [Paris,'] 
1731. s. sh. 4\ 298. a. 16. 

Mercurc de France, April, 1731. 

MORTIMER (Frederic) The Sword of 
Gideon and the Lord, A Grand National 
Air and ilartial Hymn. Printed for 

the Author: [London, 1190 '>] fol. 

G. 366. (35.) 

MOSE (.T. H.) See MozE. 

MOSES (JoHAMN Gottfried) Versuch 
einiger Oden und Lieder, mit j\Ielodieu 
beym Clavier. Li der Yierlingischcn 

Bitchhandlnng : Hof, 1783. obi. fol. 

C. 590. 

MOSS. The Moss Rose. Song. Sec 
'TwAS. 'Twas in a Flow'ry sweet retreat. 
[1780?] s.sh.iol. G. 312. (140.) 

MOSSI (Giovanni) Concerti dedicati all' 
eccellentissima Signora D. Vittoria Altieri 
Pallavicini . . . Opera Seconda. Libro 
Prime (Secondo). [Separate Parts.] 

Michele Carlo le Gene : Amsterdam, 
[1730?] fol. g. 104. 



MOSSI (Giovanni) VI Concerti a G In- 
stromenti, 4 Violini, Alto Viola e Basso 
Continuo . . . Opera Terza. [Separate 
Parts.] Chez Jeanne Pager : Amsterdam, 
[1725?] fol. g. 104. a. 

Wanting the Violino Secondo Concerto 
Grosso part. 

Concerto xii° a Quatro Violini e Violon- 
cello Obligati. [Separate Parts.] A Spesa 
di Michele Carlo le Gene : xhnsterdam, 
[1730 ?] fol. h. 3212. g. (4.) 

Imperfect, the parts for Violino Terzo, 

Violino Quarto, and Violino Quarto 

Obligato only. 

Sonate a Violino e Violone, o Cimbalo . . . 
Opera Prima. Glicz J. Boger : Amsterdam, 
[1725 ?] obi. fol. e. 25. 

See Pagin (A. N.) Sis Solos ... for a 
Violin ... by ... Mossi, etc. 
[1750?] fol. g. 422. g. (3.) 

MOSTO (Giovanni Battista) Corona de 
Madrigali a Sei Voci di Diuersi eccellen- 
tissimi Musici . . . Libro Primo. [With a 
Dedication by G. B. Mosto.] Canto. 
(Basso.) 2 pts. A2Wesso V herede di 

Girolcmo Scotto : Vineggia, 1579. 4°. 

D. 18. a. 

This collection contains madrigcds by 

Claudio da Gorrcggio, 0. Lasso, G. B. 

Mosto, M. A. Ingegneri, V. Bellauer, 

A. Gabrielli, P. Vinci and Striggio. 

Di Gio. Battista Mosto ... II Primo Libro 
de Madrigali a Cinque Voci, con Ecco a 
dieci nel fine. Nouamente posto in luce. 
Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore ) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 
5 pts. Apipiresso I' herede di 

Girolamo Scotto: Vineggia, IblS. 4". 

D. 18. 
This u-orh contains three madrigals ly 
Claudio da Gorrcggio. 

Di Gio. Battista Mosto ... II Secondo 
Libro de ]\Iadrigali a Cinque Voci, noua- 
mente composto, etc. Canto. (Alto.) 
(Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 pts. 

Presso Giacovio Vincenci d 
Ricciardo Amadino, covipagni : Venctia, 
1584. 4°. D. 18. b. 

Di Gio: Battista Mosto ... II Terzo Libro 
de Madrigali a Cinque Voci. Nouamente 
Composto & dato in luce. Canto. (Alto.) 
(Tenore.) (Basso.) 4 pts. Ap>presso 

Anqelo Gardano : Venctia, l^BQ. obi. i". 

A. 298. 

MOT. Le Mot de Delire. [Song.] -See 
Petite. La petite Am^lie, etc. 
[1790 ?J 8". B. 326. (117.) 

Le Mot pour lire. Chanson de Table. 
See Bonne. La bonne chere et le bon 
vin. [1790?] &: B. 362. (134.) 

Le Mot qu'il ne faut jamais dire. Air. 
See En. En amour ne jurons pas taut. 
[1785?] 8°. B. 362. e. (25.) 



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MOTETS. 

[For anonymous collections published 
under a distinctive heading, e.g. ' Flos 
Florura,' ' Thesaurus ]\lusicus ' :] Hee 
under the heading required. 
Arrangement. 
Collections printed by : — 

1. Ottaviano Petrucci. 

2. Andreas Antiquus. 

3. Jacques jNIoderne. 

4. Antonio Gardane. 

5. Tiebnan Susato. 
G. Hieronimo Scotto. 

7. Pierre Phalesc. 

8. Hubert Waelrant and Joannes Latius. 

9. Simon a Bosco and G. Gu^roult. 
10. Various Printers. 

1. Ottaviano Petrucci. 
Motetti De passione De cruce De sacra- 
mento De beatavirgine ethuiusmodi. B. 
Impssum . . per Octauianum Petnitiuz : 
Yenetijs, 1503. obi. 4°. K. 1. d. 2. 

The composers named are : Crisju, Jos- 
quin, Caspar, De Orto, Vaqueras, 
ObreJit, Brumel, Pc. hiaumont, Com- 
piere, Gregoire, Eegis, Agricola and 
Jo. marti. 
Motetti. C. CTantus]. 

[Imprcssum per Octauianum Petnduim : 

Yenetijs, 1504.] ohl. 4". K. 1. d. 4. 

The imprint only occurs in tlie colophon 

of the Bass part. The folloxcinf) names 

of composers occur : Josquin, Brume I, 

and Nic. Craen. 

Motetti de la corona. Libro secondo. 

[Superius.j (Motetti de la corona. Libro 

secondo. A. (T.) (B.).) 4 pts. 

Impressum per Octauianum Fetrulium : 

Forosempronii, 1519. obl.i". K. 1. d. 14. 

TJie imprint occurs only in iJtc Bass 

part. The composers named arc : 

Therache, lacotin, Acaen, Ricliafort, 

Lupus, Maistre Ian, Eusfacliius de 

Monte Begali, J. Mouton, Lhcritier 

and La faghe. 

Motetti de la corona. Libro tertio. 

[Superius.] (^lotetti de la corona. Libro 

tertio. A. (T.) (B.) ) 4 pts. 

Imprcssum per Octauianum Pelrutium : 

Forosempronii,lbld. obl.i\ K. 1. d. (15.) 

The imprint occurs only in the Bass 

part. The cotnp)osers named are : 

Josqtiin [Desp>rez], Johannes Lebrung, 

J. Mouton, Pre Michael de Verona, 

Loyset and Carpentras. 

Motetti de la corona. Libro quarto. 

[Superius. 1 (Motetti de la corona. Libro 

quarto. A". (T.) (B.) ) 4 pts. 

Impressum per Octauianum Petrutium : 
Forosempronii, 1519. obi. 4''. K. 1. d. 16. 
The imprint only occurs in the Bass 
part. The composers named are : C. 
Festa, Adrianus {^Willaert'\, Josquin 
[^Desprez], Carpentras, Joh-annes Le- 
brung and Noel Baulduin. 



MOTETS. 

2. Andreas Antiquus, 
Motetti Libro prime. T[enor]. 
{Impressum opera ct arte Andreae Antiqui : 
Venetiis, 1521.] obi. 8". K. 8. b. 7. (3.) 

16 foL, paged 1-16. 7 and 8 are omitted, 
but the leaf after 11 is iiiut umbered 
and followed by a second 11. The 
composers named are : Jo. Mouton, 
Josquinus, Eichafort, Thomas Martini 
and Hottinet Barra. 

Motetti libro quarto. T[enor]. 

[Lnpressum opera et arte Andreae Antiqui : 

Veyietiis, 1521.] obi. 8°. K. 8. b. 7. (4.) 

14 fol, paged 17-30. The composers 

named are : Josquinus, Jo. de la Fage, 

Seb. Festa, Const. Festa and Gascoync. 

3. Jacques Moderne. 
Primus Liber cum Quatuor Yocibus. 
Motteti del Fiore. Superius. (.\ltus.) 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) 4 pts. Impressum 
. . .per lacobum Modernum de Pinqucnto : 
Lugduni, 1532. obi. 4°. K. 10. a. 7. 

tlie composers are ; Claiidin, Jo. Courtois, 
Domin, Nicolaus Comber t, Hcsdin, 
F. de LayoUe, Lhcritier, Lupus, 
Hilaire Penet, Loyset Picton, Eicha- 
fort, Andreas de iiilva, ^'erdelot, and 
Adrianus Villart. 

Secuudus Liber cum Quatuor Yocibus. 

Motteti del Fiore. Superius. (Altus.) 

(Tenor.) (Bassus.) 4 pts. 
[Jacques Moderne de Pinguenlo : Lyons, 

1532.] obi. 4". K. 10. a. 8. 

This collection contains compositions by 
N. Gomhert, Archadelt, P. de Manchi- 
court, Gosse, Loyset Picton, Lupus, 
Verdelot, F. de Layolle, Jo. Lupi, 
Lambert, Bcnedictus, P. de Villiers, 
J. du Molin, N. Paignier and Adriamis 
Villart. 

Secundus Lilicr cum Quinque Vocibus. 

Superius. (Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 4 pts. 
Imjjressum. . .per lacobum Modernum de 

Pinguenlo: Lugduni, ldS2. obi. 'i". 

K. 2. d. 9. 
The Fifth Voice part is printed in the 
other four part-books. The composers 
are : Jo. Courtois, La Fage, Nicolaus 
Gombert, Jaquet, Lhcritier, Lupus, 
Petrus Mollu or Moullu, Eichafort, 
Andreas de Silva, Verdelot and 
Adiianus Villart. 

4. Antonio Gardane. 

Primus Liber cum Quinque Yocibus. 
Mottetti del Frufcto. Cantus. (Altus.) 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta Pars.) 6 pts. 
Antonio Gardane : Venetia, 1538. obi. 4". 

K. 3. d. 2. 
The composers named are : Lupi. A. Gar- 
dane, D. Finot, N. Gombert and lachet. 
Secundus Liber cum Quinque Vocibus. . . 
Fior de Mottetti tratti daili Motetti del 



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MOTETS 



Fiore. Cantus. (Alius.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 
(Quinta Pars.) 5 pts. 

Per Antonio Gardane : Venctla, 
1539. obi. 4°. K. 3. d, 6. 

TJte coviposcrs are : I. Lupi, Lcritier, 
Archadelt, P. Manchicourt, Bichafort, 
I. Courtois, N. Gombcrt, Lnpus, A. de 
Silva, Verdelot, L. Paminger and I. 
du Billon. 

Primus Liber cum Quatuor Vocibus. Pior 

do Mottetti tratti dalli Motetti del Fiore. 

Cantus. (Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 

4 pts. Per Antonio Gardane : Vcnetia, 

1539. obi. 4°. K. 3. d. 5. 

The cojHiMscrs are : Leritier, Luptis, 

Archadelt, Loyset Pieton, Hilayre 

Penet, N. Paignier, Lasson, Gose, 

lo. Courtois, N. Gombert, Verdelot, 

Dambcrt, F. de Lys, I. Ltqn, P. Ma7i- 

chicourt, Bicliafort and A. Vuillart. 

Primus Liber cum Quatuor Vocibus. 

Mottetti Del Frutto a Quatro. Cantus. 

(Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 4 pts. 

Per Antonio Gardane : Venctia, 

1539. obi. 4". K. 3. d. 3. 

The conqmscrs arc : Alart, Archadelt, 

Ihan de Billon, Certon, Claiidin, Do, 

Finot, A. Gardane, Gombert, Gose, 

Gnarnicr, Jacquet or Jachet, Mestre 

Ihan, Lasson, Lcretier, Ltipi, Loyset, 

Pieton, Jaqnes du Pont and Verdelot. 

[Another copy.] Altus. (Tenor.) 2 pts. 

K. 3. d. 4. 
IMotetta Trium Vocum ab Pluribus 
Authoribus composita. Quorum nomina, 
sunt lachetus Gallicus [i.e. lacbet Colle- 
baudi]. Morales Hispanus [i.e. Cbristoval 
IMorales]. Constantius Festa. Adrianus 
Wilgliardus [i.e. A. Willaert]. 

Apud Antonium Gardane : Venctijs, 
1543. obi. 4°. K. 3. d. 7. 

Musica Quinque Vocum que ]\Iaterna 
Lingua Moteta Vocantur ab Optimis & 
Varijs Authoribus elaborata Paribus 
Vocibus Decantanda . . . Ci;m Quinque 
Vocibus. Bassus. 

Apnd Antaiiinm Gardane : Venctijs, 
1549. obi. 4". A. 633. b. 

The composers named arc : D. Finot, 
Archadelt, Arnoldo and Pierresson. 
Musica Quatuor Vocum Que Materna 
Lingua ]\Ioteta Vocantur ab optimis & 
uarijs Authoribus elaborata, Paribus 
Vocibus decantanda Nunc Primum solicit! 
cura in Lucem Producta, etc. Superius. 
(Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 4 pts. 

Apnd Antonium Gardane : Venctijs, 

1549. obi. 4°. K. 4. d. 4. 

The composers named are : Ilian Gero, N. 

Gombert, Consilium, lachet, Adriano, 

D. Finot, Morales, Yvo and Vento. 

5. TiELMAN SUSATO. 

Liber Primus Sacrarum Cantionum, 
Quinque Vocum, Vulgo Moteta Vocant, 



ex optimis quibusqj Huius setatis musicis 
Selectarii. Superius. (Contra Tenor.) 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta Pars.) 5 pts. 
Apiid Tilemanmtm Snsato : Arituerpiiv, 
1546. 4". K. 8. k. 1. (1.) 

The composers named arc : I. Castilcti, 
T. Crccguillon, T. Snsato, P.de Man- 
chicoiirt, Clemens 7ionP aim, L.Hellinc, 
Benedicttis, Cadiac and I. Gallus. 
Liber Secundus Sacrarum Cantionum, 
Quinque Vocum, Vulgo Moteta Vocant, 
ex optimis quibusqj huius setatis musicis 
Selectaru, Superius. (Contra Tenor.) 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta Pars.) 5 pts. 
Aptid Tilemannum Snsato : 
Antuerpiiv, 154G. 4°. K. 8. k. 1. (2.) 
The composers named are : T. Crccqnil- 
lon, I. Lupi, Clemens non Papa, L. 
Helline, P. de Manchicourt, Bene- 
dictus, C. Canis, N. Paycnus, I. Cas- 
tilcti and Moralis. 
Liber Tertius Sacrarum Cantionum Qua- 
tuor Vocum, Vulgo Moteta Vocant, ex 
optimis quibusq3 huius rctatis musicis 
Selectaru. Superius. (Contra Tenor.) 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) 4 pts. 

Apnd Tilemannum Snsato: 

Antnerpi.r, 1547. 4°. K. 8. k. 1. (3.) 

Tlte composers named are : Boucourt, 

Clemens non Papa, Petit Ian, T. 

Crecquillon, A. Vuillart, P. de Man- 

cliicourt, I. Lupi, Hesdin, T. Snsato, 

A. Troianus, I. Gallus, L, Helline, 

I. Castilcti and I. Courtois. 

Liber Quartus Sacrarum Cantionum, 

Quatuor Vocum, Vulgo ]\Ioteta Vocant, 

ex optimis quibusq3 huius fctatis anusicis 

Selectaru. Superius. (Contra Tenor.) 

(Tenor.) (Bassus.) 4 pts. 

Apnd Tilemannum Snsato: 
Antuerpn.r, 1547. 4°. K. 8. k. 1. (4.) 
The co^nposcrs named are : Bencdictns, 
I. Mouton, T. Crecquillon, I. Clemens 
non Papa, P. de Manchicourt, I. Cas- 
tilcti, N. Geszin, I. Larchier, Consi- 
lium and N. Paycnus. 
Liber Primus Ecclesticarum cantionum 
quatuor vocum, Vulgo ]\Ioteta vocant, 
tam ex Veteri quam ex Nouo Testamento, 
ab optimis quibusque huius rctatis Musicis 
compositarum, etc. Superior. (Contra 
Tenor.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 4 pts. 

Tilemanmis Snsato : 
Antwerpi.r, 1553. obi. 4°. K. 3. d. 9. 
The composers are : T. Crecquillon, 
Clcve, J. Clemens non Papa, Colin, 
J. Guiot alias Castilcti, J. dc Hol- 
lande and A. Vtiillart. 
Liber Secundus Ecclesiasticarum cantio- 
num quatuor uocum Vulgo Moteta uocant, 
etc. Superior. (Contra Tenor.) (Tenor.) 
(Bassus.) 4 pts. Tilemannus Susato : 

Antwerpi.-v, 1553. obi. A". K. 3. d. 10. 
Tlie composers named arc : L. Pieton, 
J. Clemens non Pafia, L, Helline, T. 



MOTETS 



ir,o 



Crccquillon, C. Soidiart, Petit Ian 
Be latere, A. Vuillart, Martinus pea 
dargent, C. Canis, I. Scheluius, I. 
Valde and Benedictus. 
Liber Tertius Ecclesiasticarum cantionum 
quatuor vocum Vulgo Moteta vocant, etc. 
Superior. (Contra Tenor.) (Tenor.) 
(Bassus.) 4 pts. Tilemanmis Susato : 

Antv:erpi;n, 1.553. obi. 4". K. 3. d. 11. 
The composers named are : P. Manchi- 
court, I. Cleniens nan Papa, I. Casti- 
leti, P. lordanis, I. de Hollande, I. 
Request, L. Hellinc, I. Vaet, Gosen 
lonckers, 1. Ckve, P. Messenus, I. 
Baston and T. Crccquillon. 
Liber Quartus Ecclesiasticarum cantio- 
num quatuor uocum Vulgo Moteta uocaut, 
etc. Superior. (Contra Tenor.) (Tenor.) 
(Bassus.) 4 pts. Tilemannus Susato : 

Antwerpi/i-, 1554. obi. 4". K. 3. d. 12. 
The composers named are : I. Crispd, 
Benedictus Appemeller, N. Oombert, 
Goudimcl, I. Castileti, I. Va^-t, Cle- 
mens non Pupa, A. Galli, P. de Vuil- 
dre. Morel, T. Cricquillon and D. 
Curingcn. 

Liber Quintus Ecclesiasticarum cantio- 
num quinque vocum Vulgo Moteta vocant, 
etc. Superior. (Contra Tenor.) (Tenor.) 
(Bassus.) (Quinta Pars.) 5 pts. 

Tijlemannus Susato : 
Antwerpiic, 1553. obi. i". K. 3. e. 1. 
The composers named are : I. Clemens 
non Papa, C. Hollande, I. Loinoys, 
C. Canis, I. Baston, T. Cricquillon, 
P. Manchicourt and S. Moreau. 
Liber Sextus Ecclesiasticarum cantionum 
quinque uocum Vulgo Moteta uocant, etc. 
Contra Tenor. (Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta 
Pars.) 4 pts. Tilemanm(s Susato : 

Antwerjyift', 1553. obi. 4". K. 3. e. 2. 
The composers named are : Cobrisc, J. 
Clemens non Papa, I. Louys, I. Claux, 
S. Moreaii, I. Lupi, E. Barbion, 
Brumen, T. Cricqiiillon, G. le Boy 
and C. Hollandere. 
Liber Septimus Ecclesiasticarum cantio- 
num quinque uocum Vulgo Moteta uocant, 
etc. Superior. (Contra Tenor.) (Tenor.) 
(Bassus.) (Quinta Pars.) 5 pts. 

Tilemannus Susato: 
AntiocrpiPT', 1553. obi. 4". K. 3. e. 3. 
Tlie composers named are : C. Canis, 
Benedictus, Clemens non Papa, I. 
Lupi, I. Louys, C. Potier, T. Cric- 
quillon, I. Castileti, P. Manchicourt, 
I. Gallus and C. Hollandere. 
Liber Octauus Ecclestiasticarum cantio- 
num quinque uocum Vulgo Moteta uocant 
. . . Omnes de uno tono, etc. Superior. 
(Contra Tenor.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 
(Quinta Pars.) 5 pts. 

Tilemannus Susato : 
Antioerpix, 1553. obi. 4°. K. 3. e. 4. 
The composers named are : I. Domin, ' 



T. Cricquillon, C. de Bore, Certon, 
Cleynens non Papa, I. Lescuyr, I. 
Larchier, I. Louuys, S. Moreau, I. 
Baston and C. Canis. 

Liber Nonus Ecclesiasticarum cantionum 

quinque uocum Vulgo Moteta uocant . . . 

Omnes de uno tono, etc. Superior. 

(Contra Tenor.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 

(Quinta Pars.) 5 pts. 

Tilemannus Susato : 

Antu-erpi:e, 1554. obi. 4°. K. 3. e. 5. 
The composers numed arc : Cabbiliau, 
I. Crespel, I. Louuys, I. Gallus, 
Clemens non Papa, I. Vaet, N. Rogicr, 
T. Sjisato, P. Manchicourt and T. 
Cricquillon. 

Liber Decimus Ecclesiasticarum cantio- 
num quinque uocum Vulgo Moteta uocant 
. . . De uno tono, etc. Contra tenor. 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta Pars.) 4 pts. 
Tilemannus Susato : 
Antwerpi.r, 1555. obi. 4". KL 3. e. 6. 
The composers named are : C. Canis. 
I. Clemens non Papa, P. Ghcens, S. 
Moreau, Bracquenicr, C. Hollandere, 
I. Castilctti, I. Lupi, T. Cricquillon, 
I. Scheluius {or Sceluius) and I. 
Qallus, 

Liber Undecimus Ecclesiasticarum can- 
tionum quinque uocum Vulgo Moteta 
uocant. . .Unius toni omnes, etc. Contra 
Tenor. (Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta Pars.) 
4 pts. Tilemannus Susato : 

Antwerpix, 1555. obi. 4°. K. 3. e. 7. 
The composers named arc : I. Castileti, 
Schastclain, Benedicttcs, C. Hollan- 
dere, Richafort, T. Cricquillon, I. 
Loxiys, Clemens non Papa and C. 
Canis. 

6. HiEROMMO SCOTTO. 

Primo Libro de Motetti a Cinque Voci da 
diuersi eccellentissimi Musici composti & 
non piu stampati, nouamente posti in 
luce, &. . .coretti. Come a' cantanti sara 
manifesto. Bassus. 

Apud Hieronymum Scottum : 
Venetiis, 1549. obi. 4". A. 633. a. 

The composers named are : Jacquet, C. 
Bore, Andrea di Silva, Jchan du 
Billon, Josquin Baston, Claudin, B. 
Donato, Mo7-ales, Carcliillicm, Fran- 
cisco delta Viola, Zerlinus and Pieri- 
son. 

Libro Secondo de li Motetti a Tre Voce, 
da Diuersi Eccellentissimi Musici com- 
posti, etc. Cantus. (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 
3 pts. Apud Hiero^iymum Scottum, : 

Venetiis, 1549. obi. 4°. K. 3. d. 8. 

The composers named are : Claudin, 
Certon, H. Scoitus, lacotin, Gosse, 
Phinot, Morales, Damianus, M. lehan, 
Verdelotto and Adriano. 



156 



MOTETS 



MOTETS. r^Iotetti del Frutto.] Excel- 
lentis. Autorum Diuerse Modulationes 
que sub Titulo Fructus viagantur per 
orbem, a Hieronjiuo Scoto nuper recognite 
& edits. Liber Primus cum Quinque 
uocibus. Bassus. Apud Hicrmymum 

ScoUtmi : Yenetiis, 1549. ohl. 4". 

A. 633. c. 

7. PiEREE Phal{:se. 

Liber Primus Cautionum Sacrarum, 
(vulgo Moteta vocant), Quinque vocum ex 
optimis quibusq3 Musicis selectarum. 
Superius. (Coutratenor.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 
(Quinta Pars.) 5 pts. 

Apud Pctrum Phalesium : 

Louanii, 1555. obi. 4°. K. 3. e. 8. 

The composers are : Clemens nan Papa, 

Cricquillon, S. Hollander, MancJii- 

co2irt and Petit Ian. 
Liber Secundus Cantionum Sacrarum, 
(vulgo Moteta vocant) Quinque & sex 
vocum ex optimis quibusq3 ]Musicis 
selectarum. Superius. (Contratenor.) 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta et Sexta Pars.) 
5 pts. Apud Petrum Phalesium : 

Louanii, 1555. obi. 4°. K. 3. e. 9. 

The composers named are : J. Bultel, 

Clemens non Papa, Cricquillon, A. 

Feys, Gombcrt and Manchicourt. 
Liber Tertius Cantionum Sacrarum vulgo 
Moteta vocant, Quinque et Sex Vocum ex 
optimis quibusque Musicis selectarum. 
Superius. (Contratenor.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 
(Quinta et Sexta Pars.) 5 pts. 
Apud Pctrum Phalesium : Louanii, 1554. 
obi. 4°. K. 3. e, 10. 

The composers named are : Chasteleyn, 

Clemens non Papa, Crequillon, Christi- 

anus Hollander, Manchicourt, Tubal 

and Vuaclrant. 
Liber Quartus Cantionum Sacrarum, 
(vulgo Mott[eta] vocant) Quinque et Sex 
Vocum ex optimis quibiisque Musicis 
selectarum. Tenor. Petrus Phalcsius : 
Louanii, 1553. obi. 4°. 

Add. MSS. 31,438. 
TJie composers named are : Clemens non 

Papa, Simon Morcau, Crequillon, 

Benedictus, Manchicourt, Eustacliius, 

Barbion and N. Vuismes. 
Liber Quartus Cantionum Sacrarum, 
(vulgo Moteta vocant) Quinque et Sex 
vocum ex optimis quibusque Musicis 
selectarum. Superius. (Contratenor.) 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta et Sexta 
Pars.) 5 pts. Petrus PJudesius : 

Louanii, 1557. obi. 4°. K. 3. e, 11. 

Liber Quintus Cantionum Sacrarum vulgo 
Moteta vocant, Quinque et Sex Vocum a 
...Petro Mauchicurtio . . . nunc primum 
in lucem f ditus. Superius. (Contratenor.) 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta et Sexta 
Pars.) 5 pts. Apud Petrum Phalesium : 
Louanii, 1558. obi. 4°. K. 3. ©• 12. 



MOTETS. Liber Sextus Cantionum Sacra- 
rum vulgo Moteta vocant, Quinque et 
Sex Vocum ex optimis quibusque Musicis 
selectarum. Superius. (Contratenor.) 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta et Sexta 
Pars.) 5 pts. Apud Petrum Phalesium : 
Louanii, 1558. obi. 4°. K. 3. e. 13. 

The composers named are : Clemens non 
Papa, Crequillon, Petit Jan cle Latre, 
S. Moreau, A. Vuillart and N. de 
Vuismes. 

Liber Septimus Cantionum Sacrarum 
vulgo Moteta vocant, Quinque et Sex 
vocum ex optimis quibusq^ INIusicis select- 
arum. Superius. (Contratenor.) (Tenor.) 
(Bassus.) (Quinta et Sexta Pars.) 5 pts. 
Apud Pctrum Phalesium : Louanii, 1558. 
obi. 4° K. 3. e. 14. 

The composers named are: E. Barbion, 
Benedictus, Certon, Clemens non 
Papa, Crespcl, Cricquillon and 
Vuismes. 

Liber Octauus Cantionum Sacrarum vulgo 

Moteta vocant, Quinque Sex Septem et 

Octo vocum ex optimis quibusque Musicis 

selectarum. Superius. (Contratenor.) 

(Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta et Sexta Pars.) 

5 pts. Apiud Petrum Phalesium : 

Louanii, 1558. obi. 4°. K. 3. e. 15. 

The composers are : Clemens non Papa, 

Creqjiillon, Petit Lin, Vuismes, 

Baston, Larchier and Canis. 

Florida Verba. A Celeberrimis Musices 
Auctoribus Binis, Ternis, Quaternis, 
Quinisque tarn Vocibus quam lustru- 
mentis. Suauissimis INIodulis concinnata. 
Cantus. (Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus Con- 
tinuus.) 5 pts. Apud Hrredes Petri 

Phalesij : Antuerpiss, ItGi. 4". D. 12. 
The co}np)Osers are : A. Vermeren, S. 

Durante, C. Cecchclli, C. Bonetti, I. 

Carissimi, B. Gratiani, N. Corradi, 

A. Leardini, I. OUvati, A. Carpani 

and D. Florido. 

8. Hubert Waelrant and Joannes 
Latius. 

Sacrarum Cantionum (Vulgo Hodie 

Moteta Vocant) Quinque et Sex Vocum 

ad Veram Harmoniam concentumque ab 

optimis quibusque INIusicis in pbilomu- 

Eorum gratiam compositarum. Liber 

primus. Superius. (Contratenor.) (Tenor.) 

(Bassus.) 4 pts. Excudebant Hubertus 

Waelrandus ct loannes Latius : Antucr- 

piae, 1554. obi. 4°. A. 103. (1.) 

The composers named are : Clemens non 

Papa, Cricquillon, Maillart, Oliver 

de Latre, Montanus, Manchicoiirt, 

Tubal and Hollandus. 

Sacrarum Cantionum (Vulgo Hodie 
Moteta Vocant) Quinque et Sex Vocum 



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.. .Liber secundvis. [Superius.] [Contra- 
tenor.] (Tuuor.) (Bassus.) 4 pts. 

Excudcbant Hubcrlus 

Waclrandus it loanncs Latins: Antuer- 

inac, 1554-5. obi. 4". A. 103. (2.) 

The Cuntratcnor unly is dated 1564. 

The coniposersnamed are: Cricijiiilliuii, 

Maillart, Cloncns nun Papa, Zacheus, 

Petit Ian, A. Tubal, Uombcrt and 

HoUandus. 

Sacrarum Cautionum (Vulgo Hodic 

]\[oteta Vocant) . . . Liber tertius. 

(Superius.) (Contratonor.) (Tenor.) 

(Bassus.) 4 pts. Excudcbant Hubert as 

M'uelrandus it loanncs Latins: Aniucrpiae, 

1555. obi. i\ A. 103. (3.) 

Tlie composers named are : Cricqnillun, 

Clemens non Papa, Ccrfon, Petit Ian 

de Latre, N. Ge^in, A. Tubal, Maillart 

and Gambert. 

Sacrarum Cautionum (Vulgo Hodie 
j\roteta Vocant) Quinque et Sex Vocum 
...Liber quartus. Superius. (Contra- 
tenor.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 4 pts. 
Excudcbant Hubertus Waclrandus iC 
loannes Latins : Aniucrpiae, 155G. obi. 4". 

A. 103. (4.) 
The Tenor and Bassus are undated. 
The composers named arc : Speulanus, 
Morales, HoUandus, Hanricq, Clemens 
non Papa, Barbion, Cricquillon, 
Canis, A. Tubal, Waclrant, Basto)i 
and Chastelain. 

Sacrarum Cantionum (Vulgo Hodic 

^loteta Vocant) quinquo & sex vocum. . . 

Liber quintus. Superius. (Coutratcuor.) 

(Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta ct Sexta 

Pars.) 5 pts. Excndebat Hubertus 

Waclrandusd loamies Latins : A ntnerpiav, 

[155G.] obi. 4^ A. 103. b. 

TJic conqjosers named arc : Clemois non 

Papa, A. Tubal, Waelrant, Maillart, 

Moreau, Crespel, Marcau, Cricquillon 

and Gombert. 



[Another copy, 
tenor.) (Tenor.) 



(Superius.) (Contra- 
(Bassus.)l 4 pts. 

' A. 103. (5.) 

Sacrarum Cantionum (Vulgo Hodie 

JMoteta Vocant) Quatuor Vocum... ab 

optimis, quibusque ^Musicis . . . composi- 

tarum. Liber primus. Contratenor. (Tenor.) 

(Bassus.) 3 pts. Excudcbant Hubertus 

Waelrandus d- loannes Latins: Antncrpiae, 

[1556.] ol)l. 4°. A. 103. a. (1). 

The composers named are : Clemens non 

Papa, Waelrant, HoUandus, A. Tubal, 

Lesclefin, Cricquillon, Bracqnetz and 

Hauricque. 

Sacrarum Cantionum (Vulgo Hodie 
Moteta vocant) Quatuor Vocum, . . . ab 
optimis, quibusquo IMusicis . . . composi- 
tarum. Liber secundus. Contratenor. 
(Tenor.) (Bassus.) 3 pts. Excudebat 



Hubertus Waelrandns it loannes Latins : 
Antncrpiae, [1556.] obi. 4.". 

A. 103. a. (2.) 

TIic composers named are : Clemens non 

Papa, Vuaelrant, Petit Ian, A. Tubal, 

Manchiconrf, Cricquillon, Hanricq 

and Chastelain. 

9. Simon .\ Bosco. 

Tertius Liber !Modulorum, Quatuor, 
Quinque et Sex Vocum, (Quos Vulgus 
^loteta vocat) 4 quibusuis celeberriniis 
authoribus excerptuB, & nunc primum iu 
lucem leditus. Superius. Ex Officina 

Simonis a, Bosco, it Quilielmi Gneroult, 

1555. obL 16". K. 2. b. 10. (1.) 
The composers named arc : Clandin, 

Pierre Colin, Clemens non Papa, 
Maillard, Jean de la Brnguicrc, 
Gombert and B. de la Combe. 

Quartus Liber Jlodulorum, Quatuor, 

Quinque et Sex Vocum, (Quos Vulgus 

Moteta vocat) a quibusuis celeberriniis 

authoribus cxccrptus, and nunc primum 

iu lucem teditus. Superius. Ex Officina 

Simonis a Bosco, it Guilichni Gneroult, 

15.55. obi. 16". K. 2. b. 10. (2.) 

The composers tuimcd are: E. Gindron, 

T. Crequillon, C. Goudimel, Clemens 

non Papa, D. Phinot and P. Colin. 

Quintus Liber Jlodulorum, Quinque 
Vocum, (Quos Vulgus ]\Ioteta Vocat) ab 
excellcntissimo musico Clemcnte non 
Papa nunc primum ... in lucem a>dita. 
Superius. (Bassus.) 2 pts. Ex Officina 
Simonis a Bosco, 1556. ohl. 16". 
K. 2. b. 10. (3.) & K. 2. b. 11. (5.) 

Sextus Liber Moduloruni, Quatuor, 
Quinque et Sox Vocum, (Quos Vulgus 
Moteta vocat) a quibusuis ccleborrimis 
authoribus cxccrptus, & nunc primum 
in lucem scditus. Superius. (Bassus.) 
2 pts. Ex Officina Simonis a Bosco, 

1556. obi. 16». 

K. 2. b. 10. (4.) & K. 2. b. 11. (6.) 
The composers named are: D. Phinot, 
M. Gosse, Ville Font, laquet, Mail- 
lart, Gombert and Clemens non Papa. 

Septimus Liber Modulorum, Quatuor, 

Quinque et Sex Vocum, (Quos Vulgus 

Moteta vocat) a quibusuis celeberrimis 

authoribus excerptus, & nunc primum in 

lucem reditus. Superius. (Bassus.) 2 pts. 

Ex Offiicina Simonis a Bosco, 

1556. ohl. 16". 

K. 2. b. 10. (5.) & K. 2. b. 11. (7.) 

2'Iic composers named are : Gombert, D. 

Phinot, Chastelcyn, F. Lupino, laques 

de Pont, Criquillon, Clemens non 

Papa and one ' Incerti Anctor.' At 

the end are the Treble parts of two 

anomymous compositions, ' Converte 

Domi7U',' and ' Filia formosa,' in a 

contemporary handwriting. 



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MOTETS 



MOTETS. 

10. Various Printers. 

Nouum et Insigne Opus Slusicum, Sex, 
Quinque, et Quatuor Vocum, cuius in 
Germania hactenus nihil simile usquam 
est editum. (Secundus Tomus Noui Operis 
IMusici . . . nunc recens in lucem editus.) 
[With, dedications signed Joannes Otto.] 
Tenor. (Discantus.) (Contratenor.)(Bassus.) 
{Quinta'Vox(QuintaetSextaVoces).) 5pts. 
Excusum. . .Arte Hieronymi Graphei : 
Noribcrgae, 15S1 (1538). obi. 4". K. 3. d. 1. 
The full title only occurs in the Tenor 
parts. The composers named are : 
Josquin de Pres, L. Senfl, Arnoldus 
de Bnick, Nicolas Gombcrtus, Lupus, 
Vcrdcloth, A. Willart, C. Festa, L. 
Paminger, J. Lebrin, J. Heugel, M. 
Eckel, Isaac, J. Mourfois, T. Stolzer, 
Gallicolus, L. Haydenhaymer, Sam- 
son, B. Artopins, Jaqicet, Hermannus, 
J. Grefinger, Benedictus, Hesdin, 
Natalis Gombertus and P. de la Bue. 

Liber Cautus (Vocum Quatuor) Triginta 

Nouem Motetos habet, etc. (C[antus].) 

(A[ltus].) (T[enor].) (B[assu8].) 4 pts. 

Inpressum Ferrarix. In Aedibus Francisci 

Bubci, do Valentia, Expensis £ Labore, 

loannis de Buglhat, Henrici, de Campis, 

Et Anthonii, Hucher Sociontm, etc., 1538. 

obi. 4". K. 4. g. 4. 

The title-pages bear the single letters, 

C., A., T., B. ; on the verso is a fleur- 

de-lys, printed m black; on fol. 2 is a 

dedication to Hercules II., Duke of 

Ferrara, on the verso is the title — 

'Liber CantHS,' etc. The comp>osers 

named are: Lheriticr, Lupi, A. Vuil- 

lart, Jacquct, Archadct, Lupus, Goni- 

hert, Maistre Jan, Claudin, Hcdin, Jo. 

Gallus, C. Janeguin and Dam. Finot. 

]Modulationes Aliquot Quatuor Vocum 
Selectissimfe, quas vulgo jNIodetas vocant, 
a praostantiss. Musicis compositae, iam 
primum typis excusse. Tenor. (Dis- 
cantus.) (Contratenor.) (Bassus.) 4 pts. 
Apud lohan. Petreium : Norimbergx, 
1538. obi. i\ K. 8. b. 12. 

The Discard, Contratenor and Bass parts 
have only the words ' Discantus,' 
' Contratenor ' and ' Bassus ' on their 
title-pages. The composers named are : 
A. Willacrt, J. Bichafort, Claudin, 
C, Bein, H. Isaac, Josguin Dcs Pres, 
S. Malm and G. Junckcrs. 
[Selectae Harmoniae Quatuor Vocum. 
De Passione Domini, etc.] Altus, etc. 

[Apud Gcorgium Bhau : Vittcnbcrgac, 
1538.] obi. 4". K. 4. d. 15. 

The full title and imprint occur only in 
the Tenor part. The composers named 
are: I. Galliculus, I.Obrccht, Compere, 
H. Isaac, I. Walther, L. Senfl,S.Cellar- 
ius, M, Eckel, L. Lemlinandl. Stoel. 



MOTETS. Tenor. [The Tenor Part of 
a Collection of 12 Motets.] 
[J. de Buglhat and A. Hucher : Ferrara ? 
1540 ?] obi. 4°. K. 8. b. 7. (5.) 

Quatuor vocum Musicse modulationes 
numero xxvi. ex optimis autoribus dili- 
genter selectee, prorsus nouse, atq3 typis 
hactenus non excusse. Discantus. (Con- 
tratenor.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.). 4 pts. 

A2ncd Guilielmum Vissenacum : 
Antuerpiae, 1542. obi. 4°. K. 4. g. 3. 
' Perch' al visa d'amor,' an anonyinous^ 
madrigal, is ^vritten on the verso of 
the various title-pages. The composers 
named are: C. Canis, I. du Pont, 
I. Vinders, L. Pieton, T. Susato, 
Colin, I. Baston, Arnoldus, I. Lcscuir 
(Lescuier), A. Barbe and I. Gallus. 
The name of Nicolaus Payen is added 
in manuscript. 

Sextus Tomus Euangeliorum, et Piarum 
Sententiarum. Quatuor, Sex, et Octo 
Vocum. Continens historias & doctrinam, 
quce in Ecclesia proponi solet : De Poeni- 
tentia. Tenor. Apud loannem 

Montanum, et Ulricum Neubcrum: Nori- 
bergae, [1556.] obi. i°. A. 19. 

The date ' 1546 ' appears on the tvood- 
cut enclosing the tvord Tenor: this 
is the date of the cut and occurs in 
other books. This vol. contains com- 
positions by Benedictus, J. Boyleau, 
J. Buus, C. Canis, Clemens non Papa, 
T. Crecguillon, D. Finot, J. Gero, N. 
Gombert, Jachet, Mestre Jan, Petit 
Jan de Latre, J. Lestainnier, J. J. 
Liicarius, P. Manchicourt, P. Mas- 
senus. Morales Hispamis, N. Payen, 
Andreas de Silva and A. Willart. 

Liber Tertius Sacrarum Cantionum Diuer- 
sorum Autorum, Quatuor, Quinquo, et Sex 
Vocum. [Edited by Martin Pen d'Argent.] 
Acuta Vox. (Contratenor.) (Tenor.) (Basis.) 
(Quinta Pars.) 5 pts. 

Sumjjtibus hxredum Arnoldi Birckmanni 

excudebat lacobus Bathenius : Duisseldorpii, 

1556. obi. 4". K. 4. g. 8. 

This collection forms Book III. of Martin 

Pen d' Argent's ' Cantiones Sacrae.' 

The composers named are : C. Hol- 

landere, A. Tubal, David aiid Johann 

Gransyrc, M. Peu d'Argent, H. 

Schaffers, N. Conrardi and G. Mes. 

Nouum et Insigne Opus Musicum, Sex, 
Quinque, et Quatuor Vocum, cuius in 
Germania hactenus nihil simile usquam 
est editum. Nunc quidem locupletatum 
plus centum. . .Carminibus, tum losquini, 
tum aliorum . . . Symphouistarum tam 
ueterum quam rocentiorum, etc. (Secunda 
(Tertia) Pars ISIagni Operis Musici, con- 
tinens clarissimorum Symphouistarum 
...prsecipue vero dementis non Papse, 
Garmina . . . Quinque (Quatuor) Vocum, 



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etc.). [With dedicatious signed Joannes 
Montauus.] Tenor. (Discantus.) (Altus.) 
(Bassus.) (Vagans.) (Sexta Pars.) 6 pts. 
In Officina loannis Montani, & Vlrici 
Netiberi : Noribergx, 1558 (1559). ohl. 4". 

K. 3. 1. 1. 

The full title only occurs in the Tenor 

parts. The composers named are : 

Josquin de Pres, L. Pieton, Fevin, 

Arton, Jachet, J. Mouton, De La Faige, 

Isaac, L. Senffel,N. Gombert,D. Finot, 

J. Morales, P. Massenus,J. Chastelain, 

Pionier, E. Barbion, Clemens non 

Papa, N. Vuismes, L. Pamincjer, 

Baston, Crequilon, Manchicourt, J. 

Cleve, J. Vaet, Z. vom Brand, C. 

Hollander, Verdelot, A. Willaert, C. 

lesfa, A. de Bruck, J. Lupus, A. 

Caen, Maillart,A. Gallus, J. Continus, 

J. Bcrcliem, J. de Bachi, Du Beron, 

H. M. Werrecoren, V. Ruffus, D. 

Phinot, J. Courtois, Goud'imel, C. 

Hollander, C. Morel, J. Castelleti, 

Bcnedictus, Consilium and A. Tubal. 

Pars II. and III. are dated 1559. 

Primus Liber Modulorum, Quatuor et 

Quinque Vocum, (quos vulgus i\Iotteta 

vocat) a quibusuis celeberrimis authoribus 

excerptus. Bassus. 

Apud lacobum Arbillium, 
[1560?] obi. 16°. K. 2. b. 11. (1.) 

The composers named arc : Clemens non 
Papa, Pierre Colin, Maillard, Jean 
de la Bruguiere, B. de la Combe, 
Gombcrt and Claudin. All the com- 
positions are to be found in the ' Ter- 
tius Liber Modulorum,' printed by 
S. a Bosco and G. Gueroult in 1555. 
Sccundus Liber Modulorum, Quatuor et 
Quinque Vocum, (quos vulgus Motteta 
vocat) a Clemonte non Papa. . .excerptus 
Bassus. Ajnid lacobum Arbillium, 

[1560?] obi. 16". K. 2. b. 11. (2.) 

Tertius Liber Modulorum, Quatuor et 
Quinque Vocum, (quos vulgus Motteta 
vocat) a quibusuis celeberrimis authoribus 
excerptus. Bassus. Michaelis Syluij 

Typis, [15602] obl.l6\ K. 2. b. 11. (3.) 
The compiosers named arc: Crequillon, 
Goudimcl, Clemens non Papa, Phinot 
and Gosc. The first six of the motets 
in this volume occur in the ' Quartus 
Liber Modulornm,' published by 
S. a Bosco and G. Gueroult in 1555. 
Quartus Liber Modulorum, Quatuor et 
Quinque Vocum, (quos vulgus Motteta 
vocat) a quibusuis celeberrimis authoribus 
excerptus. Bassus. K. 2. b. 11. (4.) 
Michaelis Syluij Trjpis, [1560 ?] obi. 16". 
The composers named are : Clemens non 
Papa, Crequillon, G. Domale or Don- 
male and Maillart. 
Primus Liber suauissimas preestantis- 
simorum nostras setatis artificum Italia- 
norum cantilenas 4. 5. 6. & 8. vocum conti- 



nens, quaj partim Latinis, partim Ger- 
manicis, sacris ac pijs textibus ornatae, 
etc. — Das Erste Theil Der lieblichstcu 
Walschen Gesenge, mit 4. 5. 6. vud 8. 
stimmen, etc. Sexta Vox. 

Tyjns Georgij Baumanni : 

Erphordix, 1587. 4°. B. 375. 

The composers nanud arc : A. Gabricli, 

O, Vecchi, G. Ferretti and L. 

Marenzio. 

Motetti et Salmi a Otto Voci, compost! 

da Otto Eccellentiss. Autori, con la 

parte de i Bassi, per poter sonarli uell' 

organo. Tenore Primo Chore. (Alto 

Secondo Choro.) 2 pts. Appresso Giacomo 

Vincenti : Venetia, 1599. i". C. 121. 

The composers named are : R. Giouan- 

nelli, C. Schieti, I. Cruce, I. M. 

Nanini, I. P7-aenestinus, F. Anerii, 

L. Marenzio and J. M. Artusi. 

Motetti a voce sola de diuersi Ecceleutis- 
simi Autori. Nouamente stampati. Libro 
Primo. Partitura, 

Alia Stampa del Gardano : 

Venetia, 1645. obi. 8°. K. 4. a. 13. (1.) 

The composers named are : C. Monte- 

verdc, G. Cavati, F. Cavalli, N. 

Fontei, G. B. Treviso, P. D. Tambu- 

rini and G. Filippi. 

Jlotetti Sagri a' Voce Sola con Instru- 
ments Raccolta di Diuersi Auttori per 
ogni Tempo, etc. Parte che Canta. 
(Violino Primo.) (Violino Secondo.) 
(Tiorba o Violonc.) 4 pts. 

Per Carlo Maria Fagnani : 
Bologna, 1695. 4". D. 11. 

Tlte comiwsers named are : G. B. Quag- 
lia, G. Legrenzi, G. B. Mazzaferrata, 
A. Sartorio, F. Pasarini, D. Gabrieli, 
G. B. Bassani, G. Aldrovandini, G. 
Fabriui and G. A, Pcrti. 

MOTEZUMA. Motezuma. Opera. 
See Sacchisi (A. M. G.) 

MOTHER. The :Mother's Complaint. 
Jiomanco. S^e Giaedini (F.) 

MOTHER SHIPTON. Mother Shiptou. 
Pantomime. See Arnold (S.) 
To heal the Smart a Bee had made. A 
favourite Song in the Kntcrtainmcnt of 
Mother Sh ipton . Sung by Mr. du Bellamy. 
[London, 1772.] s. sh. 4». 159. n. 4. 

The London Magazine, Oct., 1772. Not 
S. Arnold's setting. 
To heal the Smart a Bee had made. A 
song sung by Mr. Du Bellamy. In the 
Entertainment of Mother Shipton. 
W. R[andall: London, 1775?] s. sh. iol. 

G. 312. (25.) 
Not S. Arnold's setting. 

MOTLEY (Richard) A Collection of 
Ayres, in Three Parts, Containing Forty 
Six Tunes, in Eight Sets. First Trebles, 



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(Tho Bass.) 2 pts. W. Fcarsoii, for tlic 
Author : London, 1701, obi. i". A. 20. 
Imperfect. Wanting fol. En of the 
First Treble and fol. F of the Bass. 
Fol. Fi of tho First Treble is muti- 
lated. 
Draw, Gupid, draw. A So'nrj, etc. 
n. Wriqht: [London, n05?} s.sh.M. 

H. 1601. (132.) 
[Another copy.] G. 305. (296.) 

[Another edition.] Draw Cupid : A Song, 
etc. {London, 1710?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 304. (44.) 

[Another copy.] G. 307. (133.) 

MOTO. Un moto di gioia mi sento. 
Arietta. Sec Mozart (W. A.) 

MOTTA (DoMENico) Six Duetts, for Two 
Voices, with a Thorough Bass, etc. 

Printed for the Author: London, 
[1790 ?] obi. fol. E. 270. d. (4.) 

Six Italian Songs with an accompany- 
ment for the Harpsichord, etc. [London, 
1775?] obl.M. E. 601. d. (13.) 

Six Songs with an Accompanyment for 
the Harp, Forte Piano, or Harpsichord, 
etc. The Author : London, 

[1780 ?] obi. 4°. B. 365. 

MOULDS (John) The Affectionate Soldier. 
A Favorite Ballad written by G. S. Carey, 
etc. PrestoniiSon: London, [1195'?] fol, 

H. 2826. c. (27.) 
Betty Pringlc. 

Sec infra: [Tlie P]iisioij)W]nisl.] 
The Caledonian Maid. [Song.] Written 
by P. Pindar. J. Dale : 

London, [1795?] fol. G. 360. (37.) 

Caroline of Litchfield. A Favorite Song, 
etc. F. Linlcy : London, [H9T?] fol. 

G. 810. (51.) 
The chearful morn beams o'er the Hills. 
A Favorite Hunting Song, etc. 

Printed for T. Gladman : [London, 
1790?] fol. G. 366. (36.) 

Clarissa Harlow, or the History of a 
Young Lady, Consisting of Four Ballads 
in different periods of her Life . . . The 
Words, by the Author of the Suffering 
Negro. ' Printed for G. Goulding : 

London, [1795 ?] obi. fol. 

F. 607. y. (14.) 
A Collection of Favorite Songs sung by 
i\rr. Wilson, at Ranelagh, etc. Printed 
for G. Goulding : London, [1181.] fol. 

G. 806. i. (9.) 
Come who'll buy primroses. See infra : 
[The Sultan.] 

Cornelia, a favorite Song, etc. Printed 
for G. Goulding : London, [1790?] fol. 

H. 1994. d. (42.) 
Cousin Piemen's Promise. A Favorite 
Comic Song, etc. C. Wheatstone ; London, 
[1800?] fol. G. 383. (21.) 



MOULDS (John) Cowslips of tho Valley, 
[Song,] . . . Written and Composed by 
J. Moulds. Printed for Culliford, 

Bolfc d Barrow : London, [1798?] fol. 

G. 249. (32.) 
A Description of London, [Song,] Sung 
by Mr. Fawcett, etc. W. Cope : London, 
[1796?] fol. G. 249. (31.) 

The Deserted Hamlet, a favorite Ballad, 
written by T. Shapter. Printed for 

G. Goulding : London, [1788 ? 1 fol. 

G. 360. (34,) 
The Deserter, [Cantata,] the Words by 
E. Jerningham, etc. 

Printed for G. Goulding: 
London, [1'190?] obi. io\. D. 392. (10.) 
Dr. Goldsmith's Celebrated Poem of The 
Deserted Village, set to Music with 
Accompaniments, etc. W. Cope : London, 
[1795?] fol, G. 368. (12.) 

Edwin and Emma, a Celebrated Poem, 
written by jNIr. j\Iallet, set to Music with 
Accompanyments ... To which is prefixed 
. . ,a favourite Sonata, or Lesson for the 
Piano Forte, Printed for G. Goulding : 
London, [1790 ?] fol, H. 77. 

Elenor of Exeter, a favorite Ballad 
written by G, S, Carey, etc. Printed for 
G. Goulding: London, [1790?] fol. 

H. 2826. c. (28.) 
The Escape, a favorite Comic Song, etc. 
Bland cC Weller : London, [1798 ?] fol, 

G. 800, m. (41.) 
La Fleur, A favorite Ballad from Steruo 
. , .Written & Composed by J. IMoulds. 
17. Cope: London, [1796?] fol. 

G. 366. (40,) 
The Forecastle Sailor or the Guardian 
Frigate, [Song,] written by Mr, Shapter, 
and Sung by ]\rr, Darley at Vauxhall 
Gardens, etc. Printed for G. Goulding : 
London, [1189 2] fol. G. 383, j. (21.) 
The Handkerchief or Stern's Pledge to 
Maria, [Song:] Written by S, Darken, 
etc. T. Jones d- Co.: [London, 1195?] fol. 

G. 366. (39.) 
Hark away my brave Boys to the cry of 
the Hounds. ' A favorite Hunting Song 
sung by Mr. Wilson at Ranelagh, etc. 

Longman and Broderip : 
[London, 1786 ?] fol. H. 131. (30.) 

How sweet the rosy blush of ]\Iorn. A 
favorite Pastoral Ballad sung by Mr. 
Wilson at Ranelagh, etc. T^ongman and 
Broderip : [London, 1786 ?] fol, 

H. 131. (31.) 
Jemmy out at sea, A favorite Scotch 
Ballad sung by IMr. Wilson at Ranelagh, 
etc. Longman and Broderip : 

[London, 1186?] fol, H. 131, (36.) 

Kate. A favourite Ballad taken from 
Cowper's Task, etc. S. A. d P. Thompson : 
London, [1785 ?] fol. H. 1650. p. (10.) 



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MOULDS (John) Kate of Aberdovy. 
See infra: [Tlie Phisiognomisi.'] 
Kathriue Oggy. A Favorite Scotch Song. 
Sung by Mr. Wilson at Ranelagh. 1785. 
J. Fentum : [^London, 1785.] fol. 

G. 310. (108.) 
The Lass of Kensworth Dale. A favorite 
Ballad, sung by ]Mr. Wilson at Ranelagh, 
etc. Longman and Brodcrip, [London, 

1784 ?J fol. H. 131. (29.) 

The Link-Boy. A favorite Song sung and 
composed by J. Moulds. G. Gotdding : 
[London, 1785 ?] fol. G. 377. (40.) 

Louisa, a favorite Ballad written by 
Mr. Oswald, . . . and The British Sailor, a 
favorite Song. . .by D. Corri. 

Printed for G. Goulding : T^ondon, 
[1800 •?] fol. G. 798. (34.) 

Ma charmante petit[e] fille, a favorite 
Ballad, etc. Printed for G. Goulding : 

London, [1790 ?] fol. G. 808. e. (37.) 
The Mariner. A Celebrated Sea Song, 
written and composed by J. ]\Ioulds, etc. 

Printed for Culliford, Rolfe d Barrow : 
Lomlon, [1798 ?] fol. G. 249. (29.) 

The jMatchless Maid of Morpeth, a 
Legendary Tale, written by G. S. Carey, 
set to ]\Iusic with Accompanyments, etc. 
[Cantata.] Longman and Brodcrip : 

London, [lldO?] oW.' fol. D. 392. (11.) 
Mind the main Chance. A favorite Ballad 
sung by ]\Ir. Wilson at Ranelagh. 

Jjongman and Brodcrip : lLo)idon, 
1786.] fol. H. 131. (32.) 

Moulines ]\Iaria. A favourite Ballad taken 
from Sterne. Printed for S. A. it P. 

Thompson : London, [1785 ?] fol. 

H. 1650. j. (6.) 
[Another edition.] Moulines Maria, etc. 
See 'TwAS. 'Twas near a Thicket's cabn 
Retreat, etc. [By J. ]Moulds.l 
[1785?] s.sh. fol. H. leO'l. b. (106.) 
Nanny of the Mill. A favorite Ballad, 
sung by Mr. Wilson at Ranelagh, etc. 
[Full Score.] Longman and Brodcrip : 

[London, 1786 ?] fol. H. 131. (35.) 

Nelson's Cap, or the Badge of Honor, etc. 
[Song.] W. Hodsoll : London, 

[1798.] fol. G. 366. (37.) 

The Nightingale. A Favourite Song, sung 
by ]Mrs. Bottarelli at Ranelagh, etc. 

Printed for S. A. ct P. Thompson : 
London, [17SG 7] fol. H. 131. (39.) 

Now when the vernal Sun appears. A 
favorite Ballad, sung by Mr. Wilson at 
Ranelagh. Longman and Brodcrip : 

[London, 1786 ?] fol. H. 131. (33.) 

The Nut Brown ]Maid, by M. Prior, set to 
music [composed and arranged] by J. 
Moulds. [Cantata.] ms. note. 

Printed for G. Goulding : London, 

1789. obi. fol. E. 112. 

This ivork contains music by T. Carter, 

VOL. II. 



J. Moulds, Carolan, Giordani, Reeve, 
Shield and Bocchcrini. 

One morning in May, when Spring smil'd 
around. A Pastoral Ballad, sung by Mr. 
Wilson at Ranelagh, etc. 

Longman and Brodcrip : 
[London, 1786 ?] fol. H. 131. (34.) 

The Peasant, a favorite Ballad, taken from 
Sterne, written by T. Shapton, etc. 
J. Dale : London, [1795 ?J fol. 

G. 360. (35.) 
The Peasant of Bantry Bay. A Celebrated 
Irish Song, sung. . .by Mr. Johannot. . . 
written and composed by J. Moulds. 

Printed for W. Cope: London, 
[1796?] fol. G. 366. (41.) 

[The Phisiognomisi.] Betty Pringle, a 
favorite Song, sung and composed by 
J. Moulds, etc. Printed for G. Goulding: 
London, [1790 ?] fol. ^ G. 377. (39.) 

[The Phisiognomist.] Kate of Aberdovy, 
a favorite Song, sung and composed by 
J. Moulds, etc. Printed for G. Goulding : 
London, [1790?] fol. G. 377. (38.) 

Poor Jack, a Favorite Ballad, composed & 
sung bv J. Moulds. . .at the Lyceum, etc. 

Printed for S. A. d P. Thompson: 
London, [1790 ?] fol. H. 2831. a. (23.) 

Poor Mary the Primrose Girl. 
.SVe infra: [TJic Sultan.] 

The Printer's Devil, [Song,] written by 
Mr. Shapter. Printed for G. Goulding : 
Tendon, [1788 ?] fol. G. 360. (36.) 

The Retrospector. A Collection of Sonnets 
containing Spring, Summer, Autumn and 
Winter. The Words by J. Brown. 

Longman and Brodcrip : London, 
[1785 ?] obi. fol. D. 392. (12.) 

A Sailor's Soul, or Sympathetic Fred. 
An admired Nautical Song. . .Written by 
S. Darken and being the last Composition 
of the Celebrated late ]Mr. J. Moulds. 
Thompson: London, [ll'dSl] fol. 

G. 366. (38.) 

Sans vous ma chere, a Favorite Song, etc. 

Printed for G. Goulding: Tjondon, 

[1785?] fol. G. 808. g. (25.) 

She dropt a Tear & cried be true. A 
favorite Sea Song, etc. 

Printed for G. Goulding : London, 
[1790?] fol. H. 2830. g. (16.) 

The Silver Stream, [Song,] as Sung by 
Mr. Wilson. . .at Ranelagh, 1785, etc. 
J. Fentum : London, [1785.] fol. 

G. 310. (104.) 
Smiling Grog's on board. A favorite 
Sea Song, sung and composed by J. Moulds. 
G. Goulding : [London, 1100?] fol. 

G. 377. (41.) 



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MOULDS— MOURET 



MOULDS (John) Three Favorite Sonatas 
for the Harpsichord or Piauo Forte "with 
an Accompanyment for a Violin. Op. x. 

Printed for G. Goulding : London, 
[1790?] fol. g. 270. n. (5.) 

[The Sultan.] Come who'll buy prim- 
roses, [Song,] Sung by Mrs. Bland in the 
Sultan, e/c. Printed for 

Messrs. Thompson : Lo^idon, [1796 ?] fol. 

G. 806. e. (73.) 

Poor Mary the Primrose Girl. A 

Celebrated Song sung by Mrs. Bland in 
the Entertainment of the Sultan, etc. 
Printed for J. Dak : London, [1190?] fol. 

G. 360. (33.) 
When Fancy feeds. The much ad- 
mired Song introduced and sung by Mr. 
Dignum at the Theatre Royal Drury 
Lane in the entertainment of the Sultan ; 
written by T. Yaugbau. Printed for 
W. Cope: London, [1796?] fol. 

G. 249. (30.) 

The Zephir's cool Breeze. A Favorite 

Song introduced and Sung by Mrs. Bland 

in the Entertainment of the Sultan, at 

the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. W. Cope : 

London, [1796 ?] fol. G. 249. (33.) 

When Fancy feeds. 

See supra : [The Sultan.'] 

When Phoebus wakes the rosy hours. A 

favorite Hunting Song sung by Mrs. 

Stevenson at the Royalty Theatre. 

Longman and Broderip : [Ijondon, 
1790?] fol. H. 131. (37.) 

When sweet and blushing like a Bride. 
A favorite Ballad, sung by Miss George at 
Ranelagh, etc. [Full Score.] 

Longman and Broderip: [London, 
1786?] fol. H. 131. (38.) 

The Zephir's cool Breeze. 

See supra: [T]ie Sulta^i.] 

Sen Feast of Apollo. The Feast of 

Apollo, containing. . .Songs, by...Staes, 

Moulds, etc. [1788.] fol. G. 351. (2.) 

MOULET (Joseph Agkicole) sainte 
Liberte ! Hijnine a la, Libertt', paroles du 
Cit. Aubert, etc. Chez Frerc : [Paris, 

1794?] 8". E. 1717. b. (26.) 

MOULIN. Le Moulin. [Duet.] 

See Amour. L'Amour dans votre moulin. 
[1790?] 8". B. 362. e. (79.) 

MOULIN DE JAVELLE. Le Moulin 
de Javelle, comedie de M'' Dancourt. 
(Airs de la Comedie, etc.) [By J. C. Gillier.] 
2 pt. T. Guillain : Paris, 1606. 12". 

839. c. 4. 
Part of ' Lcs CEurres de Mr. Dancourt.' 
Tome III. 
Le IMoulin de Javelle. Comedie. De 
INl"' Dancourt. (Airs de la comedie du 
Moulin de Javelle [by J. C. Gillier].) 
2 pts. Chez. T. Gnillain : Paris, 



1696. 



839. c. 4. 



MOULIN DE JAVELLE. Le Moulin 
de Javelle. Comedie ; representee pour 
la premiere fois le 15 Janvier 1696. [By 
F. C. Dancourt, with music by J. C. 
Gillier.] [Paris, 1760.] 12". 241. c. 5, 
Part of ' Les CEuvres de Thiiatrc de 
M. D'Ancourt,' etc. Tom. 5. 

MOULIN DE SANS - SOUCL Le 

Moulin de Sans-Souci, Fait historique en 
un Acte, en prose, mele de Vaudevilles. . . 
Par le Citoyen Dieu-la-Foy . . . avec la. 
Musique. CJiez le Libraire au Theatre du 
Taiidevillc : Paris, An vi" [1798.] 8". 

11738. d. 31. (5.) 

MOULINES. Moulines Maria. Ballad. 
See Moulds (J.) 

MOULINGHEN (Jean Baptiste) Les- 
Nymphes de Diane. Opera Comique du 
Sr. Favart . . . avec tous les Airs not^s. 
1748. 8°. See Nymphes de Diane. 

164. d. 24» 

MOULINGHEN (Louis Charles) Sin- 
fonia Puriodique a ]piu Stromenti, etc. 
No. 1. Gravee par M""" Vendome et le 
S"' Moria, etc. [Separate Parts.] 

Aiix adresses ordinaires de Musique : 
Paris, [1784.] fol. g. 474. (25.) 

MOULINIE (Etienne) Airs avec la 
Tablature de Luth. (Airs de Cour avec 
la Tablature de Luth . . . Second Livre.) 
2 Bk. P. Ballard : Paris, 1624 (1625). i\ 

K. 3. i. 17. 

MOUNSEER. Mounseer Nong toug paw. 
See DiBDiN (C.) [The General Election.] 

MOUNTAGUE. Mountague Walk. 
[Song.] See Cabey (H.) 

MOUNTAINEERS. The Mountaineers, 
[^lusical Play.] See Arnold (S.) 

MOUNTEBANK. The Mountebank. 
[Song.] See Leveridge (R.) [Fareioell 

Folly.] 

MOUNTFORT (William) Bonny Kate. 
See Rise. Rise bonny Kate, the Sun's- 
got up high, etc. [Words by T. D'Urfey, 
music by W. Mountfort.] [1715?] s.sh.to\. 

H. 1601. (374.). 

MOURET (Jean Joseph) Aflreux Hyver^ 
tu bannis de ces lieux. Air, etc. [Paris,] 
1727. s. sh. 4". 297. a. 26. 

Mercure de France, March, 1727. 

Airs s6rieux et a Boire, a Une et Deux Voix. 
avec des Accompagnemens, etc. Grav6 
par F. du Plessy. Chez VAuteur .- 

Paris, 1719. obi. 4°. B. 335. a. (4.) 

L'Amour et I'Hymen. Epitalame, etc.. 
Gravee par le S'' Hue. 

Chc3 la Veuve Mourct : Paris,. 
[1740 ?] obi. 4". C. 399. e. (2.) 



MOURET 



163 



MOURET (Jean Joseph) Amour, sur ce 
charmant rivage. Air, etc. 
[Paris,] 1728. s. sh. 4°. 298. a. (2.) 

Mcrcure de France, Dec, 1728. 

Les Amours des Dieux. Ballet Heroique, 
etc. Chez VAuteur: Paris, 

[1727.] ohl. 4^ C. 399. b. 

Ariane, Tragedie en Musique, etc. 

J. B. Christophc Ballard : Paris. 
1717. obi. 4". C. 399. f. 

L'Aurore a peine ouvroit les Cieux. Air. 
[Words by] Lainey. [Paris,'] 

1726. s. sh. 4°. 297. a. 22. 

Mcrcure de France, July, 1726. 

La Bergere que j'aime. Air, etc. 
[Paris,] 1728. s. sh. 4\ 297. a. 31. 

Mercurc de France, Feb., 1728. 

Cher voisin, voul^s vous me croire. Vaude- 
ville, etc. [Paris,] 1736. s. sh. 4°. 

297. b. 14. 
Mercurc de France, June, 1736. 

D'un jeune Plumet vif et tendre. 
See infra : [U Horoscope Accompli.] 

Epitalame. Cantatille Frangoise . . . 
Gravije par IM""^ Leclair. Chez I'Auteur : 
Paris, [1735 ?] obi. 4". B. 335. a. (3.) 

Les Testes, ou le Triomphe de Thalie. 
Ballet en Musique, c/c. Chez C. Ballard: 
Paris, 1714. obi. 4". C. 399. d. 

La Provenvale, nouvelle Entree 

ajoiitee aux Festes de Thalie, etc. 

J. B. ChristojyJic Ballard : Paris, 
1722. obi. i". B. 335. a. (2.) 

La Provenvale. [For songs in this 

•work (a later addition to the Fetes de 
Thalie) published anonymously :] 

See PROVEN9ALE. 

[La Foire de Besons.] Voici la Foire des 
Amours. Vaudeville, etc. [Paris,] 

1736. s. sh. i". 297. b. 15. 

Mercurc dc France, Oct., 1736. 

Les Graces, Ballet Heroique. . .Grave par 
M"' Leclair. Les paroles sont de M' Boy. 
Chez I'Auteur : Paris, [1735?] obi. 4". 

C. 399. 
The titlc-pacje bears the autograph of 
F. Paer. 

[L'Horoscope Accompli.] D'un jeune 
Plumet vif et tendre. l-- Vaudeville, etc. 
[Paris,] 1727. s. sh. 4". 297. a. 28. 

Mercure de France, July, 1727. 

Hymne a I'Amour. Cantatille Fran^oise, 
etc. Gravee par jM"« Louise Kousseau. 

Chez la Vevue Mourct : Paris, 
[1740?] obi. 4". C. 399. e. (1.) 

II faut recommencer. Etrcnnes, etc. 
[Words by] Gallet. [Paris,] 

1732. s. sh. 4°. 298. a. 27. 

Mercure de France, Feb., 1732. 



MOURET (Jean Joseph) Leda. Canta- 
tille Francoise, etc. Grav6e par IM^'ne 
Leclair. Chez la V" Ma'^ Mourct : Paris, 
[1740 ?] obi. 4". C. 399. e. (3.) 

Le lis par sa blancheur efface. 
See infra : [Ziphire et Flore.] 

Loin de ces lieux. Air, etc. [Words] Par 
M. Hardouin. [Paris,] 1728. s. sh. 4°. 

297. a. 32. 
Mercurc de France, April, 1728. 

Motets a Une et Deux Voix, avec Sim- 
phonie, etc. [N"' 5 and 6.] Graves par 
Labassee. Chez la Veuve Mouret : 

Paris, 1742. fol. H. 1187. p. (6.) 

On donne gratis rOpe'ra. Vaudeville, etc. 
[Paris,] 1727. s. sh. 4". 297. a. 29. 

Mercure de France, Sept., 1727. 

Pan, et Doris. Pastorale Heroique, etc. 
Chez VAuteur : Paris, [1738.] obl.^\ 

C. 399. c. 
Petits Oiseaux, est-ce le jour. Air, etc. 
[Pans,] 1726. s. sh. 4". 297. a. 23. 

Mcrcure de France, Sept., 1726. 

Pirithous. Trag^die [by La Serre or 
Seguiuault] miso en Musique par Mon- 
sieur Mouret . . . Representee pour la 
premiere fois. . .le vingt six Janvier 1723. 

Chez VAuteur : 
obi. 4". C. 399. h. 



[Short Score.] 
Paris, [1723.] 

Priutems, etc. 
[Paris,] 1727. 



[Song.] 
s. sh. 4°. 



297. a. 27. 



Air, 
33. 



etc. 



Mercure de France, June, 1727. 

Le Printemps revient tons les ans. 
etc. [Paris,] 1728. s. sh. 4". 297. a 
Mercure de France, May, 1728. 

La Provenvale. 

See supra : [Les Fetes de Thalie.] 

Le Racomodement. Cantatille, 
Gravee par M""= Leclair. 

Oiez la Veuve M'^ Mouret : Paris, 
[1740?] obl.i". C. 399. e. (4.) 

Ragonde, ou La Soiree de Village, etc 
Grave par le S' Hue. Ches le Veuve 

Mouret : Paris, [1742.] obi. 4". C. 399. g. 

Restons longtems dans ce reduit. Couplets, 
Par M. Fuzillier, le fils. [Paris,} 

1736. s. sh. 4°. 297. b. 13. 

Mercure de France, April, 1736. 

Le Triomphe des Sens, Ballet Heroique, 
etc. Chez Vauteur : Paris [1TS2.] obi. 4:", 

C. 399. a. 
Voici la Foire des Amours. 
See supra : [La Foire dc Besons.] 

[Zephire et Flore.] Le lis par sa blancheur 
efiace. Air, etc. (Chantez . . , dans le Di- 
vertissement de la Comedie de Zephire 
& Flore.) [Paris,] 1727. s. sh. 4'\ 

297. a. 29. 



Mercure de France, Sept., 17i: 



M 2 



164 



MOURN— MOZART 



MOURN. Mourn hapless Caledonia. The 
Tears of Scotland. [Song.] [Lojidon, 

1750?] s.sh. fo\. 1.530.(100.) 

MOUSE-TRAP. The Mouse Trap. [Song.] 
Sec Of. Of all the simple things we 
doe, etc. [1730 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. leOl. (325.) 

MOUTH OF THE NILE. The Mouth 
of the Nile. Musical Entertainment. 
See Attwood (T.) 

MOUTON (lOANNEs) Missal? Joannis 
mouton . . . Liber primus. ]\Iissa sine 
nomine. Alleluya. Alma redemptoris. 
Ite5 alia sine nomine. Regina meal^. 
[For four voices. The Alto, Tenor and 
Bass parts have separate title pages : 
Missa2yi Jo. mouton. Liber primus. 
A. (T.) (B.)] 4 pts. Impressum per 

Octaicianum Petrutium : Foroscmpronii, 
1515. obi. 4". K. i. d. 11. 

loannis Mouton Sameracensis . . . select! 
aliquot moduli, & in 4, 5, 6 & 8 vocum 
harmoniam distinct!. Liber Primus. Su- 
perius. (Contra-tenor.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 
4 pts. Ajmcl 

Adrianum le Boy, <£ Rohertum Ballard : 
Farisiis, 1555. obi. 4°. K. 4. c. 14. 

MOUVEMENT. Le Mouvement et le 
Repos. [Song.] See Lorsque. Lorsque 
de dieu la main feconde. [1785 ?] 8". 

B. 362. (176.) 

MOVIUS (Caspar) Triumphus Musicus 
Spiritualis : Das ist : Newe Geistliche 
Triumph Licder, daruuter Ausserlesene 
Deutsche Kirchen Gesange, Trostreiche 
Psalmen, vnd andere . . . Biblische Spriiche ; 
Mit 6. vnd 8. Stimmeu sampt dem Basso 
Continue : Also gestellet, dass die. . .ohne 
Instrumenten oder einem Corpore, zu 
Chor vnd soust daheim gar fiiglich mogen 
gesungen werden, etc. Cantus i (Cantus ii) 
(Alius) (Bassus) Chor! Superioris. (Altus 
(Tenor i) (Tenor ii) (Bassus) Chori In- 
ferioris.) 8 pts. Joluin Bichel : 

Rostock, 1640. 4". B. 106. 

MOZART (JoHANN Georg Leopold) La 
Course aux Traineaux. Pi^ce fameuse. . . 
arrang^e d'une execution facile pour le 
Pianoforte ... La partie de Violon ad 
libitum. H. C. Steiip : Amsterdam, 

[1795 ?] obi. fol. e. 368. (16.) 

Versuch einer griindlichen Violinschule, 
. . .mit 4. Kupfertafeln, etc. 

In Verlag des Verfassers. Gcdruckt bey 
J. J. Lottcr: Augsburg, 1756. 4°. d. 2. a. 

Leopold Mozarts . . . griindliche Violin- 
schule,. . .Dritte vermehrte Aufiage. 

J. J. hotter und Sohn : Auqsburq, 
1787. 4°. d. 2. 



MOZART (Wolfgang Amadeus) 

Arrangement. 

1. Sacred Music. 

2. Dramatic Music. 

3. Songs, &c. 

a. Collections. 

b. Single Works. 

4. Instrumental Music. 

5. Selections and Adaptations from two or 

more Worlds. 

6. Doubtful and Spurious Works. 

7. Appendix. 

8. Index. 

1. Sacred Music. 

Davidde Penitente, Cantata, con 1' Orches- 
tra... Parte I. Partitura. — Osterkantate, 
mit einer Parodie von J. A. Hiller, etc. 
Bei A. Kilhnel : Leipzig, [1800?] fol. 

G. 260. e. 

[Litanite de Venerabili Altaris Sacra- 
mento. Koch. Verz. No. 125.] Heiliger 
sieh' gnadig hernieder. Kantate ... In 
Partitur. [Koch. Verz. Anh. iii. No. 124.] 
Bey Breitkopf d Hdrtcl : 
Leipzig, 11800?] fol. H. 1120. f. (1.) 

[Missa Brevis, in F. Koch. Verz. No. 
192.] Messa. . .Spartizione. No. 1. 
Hoffmeister d Co. : Vieima, [1800 ?] fol. 

G. 537. 

[Mass !n C. Koch. Verz. No. 257.] 
IMesse a 4 voix avec accompagnement de 
2 Violons et Basse, 2 Hautbois, 2 Trom- 
pettes, Timbales et Orgue. . .No. ir. Parti- 
tion. Breitkopf et Hiirtel : 
Lei2}sic, [1800 7] obi. tol. F. 240. f. 

[Missa Brevis, in C. Koch. Verz. No. 
258.] ]\Iiichtigster, Heiligster &c. Kan- 
tate. . .in Partitur. No. 5. [Koch. Verz. 
Anh. HI. No. 128.] 

Bey Breitkopf d Hiirtel : 
Leipzig, [1800 ?] fol. H. 699. j. (2.) 

W. A. Mozart! Missa pro Defunctis 
Requiem. — W. A. Mozarts Seelenmesse 
mit unterlegtem Deutschem Texte. 
[Full Score.] Im Verlage der Breitkopf d 
Hdrtelschen Musikhandlung : Leipzig, 
[1800.] obi. fol. F. 240. 

2. Dramatic Music. 

La Clemenza di Tito. Opera Seria. 
[Libretto adapted from Metastasio by C. 
Mazzola] . . . Aggiustata per il Piano-Forte 
del Sign. A. E. Miiller. 

Presso Giovanni Augusto Bohmc : 
Hamburgo, [1795 ?] obi. fol. E. 150. x. 

La Clemenza d! Tito. Grande Opera... 
arrangee en Quatuors k Deux Violons, 
Alto & Violoncelle. [Separate Parts.] 
Chez N. Sirnrock: Bonn, [1800?] fol. 

g. 1018. a. (1.) 



MOZART 



165 



MOZART (Wolfgang Amadeus) [La 
Clemenza di Tito.] Deh prendi un dolce 
amplesso. Duetto . . . L' accompagnamento 
del Sig' J. B. Cimador. 

Printed for Mo7izani & Chnador : 
London, [1800 '?] fol. G. 424. (15.) 

Cosi fan Tutti. Opurette. Arrang^e en 
Quatuors pour Flute ou Deux Yiolons, 
Alto & Violoucelle. [Separate Parts.] 
Chez N. Svnrock : Bonn, [1800 ?] fol. 

g. 1018. a. (3.) 
La mia Dorabella, Trio . . . the Accom- 
paniment for the Piano Forte by Cimador. 
Printed for Monznni d- Cimador : 
London, \IBQ0'>] fol. H. 2820. (19.) 

Secondate aurette amiche. A 

Favorite Duett, etc. 

Printed for R. Birchall : 
London, [1800 ?] fol. G. 425. (8.) 

Soave sia il vento. Trio, . . . L'accom- 

pagnamento del Sig' Cimador. 

Printed for Monzani (£ Cimador : 
London, [1800 ?] fol. G. 424. (16.) 

DomGiovaui. Grand Opera., .arrange pour 
le Piano-Forte avec un Violon oblige par 
C. Zulohner. 2 Bks. [Separate Parts.] 

Clu's J. A. BoJimc : Hanibourg, 
[1800?] fol. h. 1751. f. (1.) 

Fin eh' han dal vino. Dans una fete. 

liondeau. . .Paroles . .par N. Carbonel. 

Chez les Freres Gaveaux : 
Pam, [1800?] fol. G. 555. (47.) 

La ci darem. Should worldly cares 

oppressing. A duet . . . Adapted by ilr. 
Shield. The Poetrv bv ,J. O'Keefe. 
[London, 1800 ?] fol. " G. 805. li. (32.) 

Die Entfiihrung aus dem Serrail. Ein 
komisclics Sing-Spiel in drey Aufziigen 
[Libretto by C. F. Bretzner] . . . Der 
Klavier-Auszug von Herrn Abb6 Starck, 
etc. B. Schott : Mainz, [1785 ?] obi. fol. 

C. 445. 

St'c PFEFFI^"GER (P. J.) Capricc pour 

le Piauo-Forte (sur deux airs de I'Enleve- 
ment du Serail), t'/c. [1800?] fol. 

g. 491. (2.) 
Idomoneo, Re di Creta o sia Ilia e 
Idamante. Drama Eroico in tre atti, 
etc. [Libretto by G. B. Varesco. Full 
Score.] Chez N. Sinnvck : 

Bonn, [1195 7] fol. G. 600. a. 

Idomeneo, Re di Creta . . . Idomeneus, 
Ko-nig von Creta. . .Oper in drey Aufziigen 
[P. F. Score.] Ital. & Germ. Bei N. 
Simrock : Bonn, [1795 ?] vbl. fol. 

E. 150. h. 

Idomeneo, Re di Creta. Opera Seria... 
aggiustata per il Piano Forte di Giov. 
Wenzel. Bey ScJimidt iind Ran : 

Leipzig, [1797.] obi. fol. G. 600. d. 

With the German words inserted in 
manuscript. 



MOZART (Wolfgang Amadeus) Ido- 
meneo, He di Creta. . .Idomeneus, Konig 
von Creta, ernsthafte Oper. . .im Klavier- 
auszuge von A. E. Miiller. 

Bey Breitkopf itnd Hdrtel : 
Leipzig, [1800?] obi. fol. E. 150. i. 

Le Nozze de Figaro. Die Hochzeit des 
Figaro. Eine Comische Oper in 4. 
Auf ziigen . . . Ins Deutsche iibersetzt vom 
Baron v. Knigge, und fiirs Clavier ein- 
gerichtet von C. G. Neefe. Bei Nicholaics 
Simrock : Bonn, [1796.] obi. fol. 

E. 150. u. 

La Noce de Figaro. . .Opera. . .Arranges 
en Quartetti a deux Violons, Alto & 
Violoucelle. 2 Livres. [Separate Parts.] 
Chez N. Siynrock: Bonn, [1800?] fol. 

g. 1018. a. (2.) 

Crudel, perche finora. A Favorite 

Duett... sung in the Comic Opera [by 
G. Gazzaniga] of La Vendemmia. . .by 
Sig' Benucci & Sig" Storace. [Full 
Score.] Birchall d Andrews, for 

S. Storace : [London, 1789.] fol. 

H. 1648. a. (7.) 

Der Schauspieldirektor, eine komische 
Operetta in einem Aufzuge. Im 
Klavierauszuge von S. Schmiedt. 

In der Breitkopfischcn Musikhandlnng : 
Leipzig, [1790?] obi. fol. F. 822. f. 

[Thamos, Konig in ^gypten. Gottheit, 
iibcr alia miichtig.] Gottheit ! dir sey 
Preis und Ehre ! Hymue fiir vier Sing- 
stimmenmit BegleitungdesOrchesters. . . 
Partitur. N° 3. Breitkopf ttnd Hdrtel : 
Leipzig, [ISOO 71 fol. G. 600. b- 

[Ihr Kinder des Staubes] Ne pulvis 

et cinis superbe. — Ob fiirchterlich tobend 
sich Stiirme erhcben, esc. — Motette fiir 
vier Siugstimmen mit Begleitung des 
Orchesters. . .Partitur. No. ii. 

Breitkopf rind Hiirtel : 
Leipzig, [1^00?] fol. H. "1120. a. (2.) 

[Schon weichet dir.] Splendente te 

Deus. — Preiss dir ! Gottheit ! durch alle 
Himmel . . . Hymne fiir vier Singstim- 
men mit Begleitung des Orchesters... 
Partitur. No. 1. Breitkopf und Hdrtel : 
Leipzig, [IQm?] fol. H."ll20. a. (1.) 

[La Villanella Rapita. Dite almeno in 
che maniera.] Che diro che far deggio. 
Quartette, as sung in the Opera [by P. 
Guglielmi] of La Pastorella Nobile, etc. 

I!. Birchall : 
London, [1795 ?] fol. G. 808. c. (24.) 

[Die Zauberflote.] II Flauto magico. 
Dramma Eroicomico in due atti. Aggius- 
tato per 11 Cembalo, etc. Breitkopf : 

Leipsia, [1794.] obi. fol. F. 822. 



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MOZART (W0LFGANC4 Amadeus) Die 
Zauberrtote. Grand Opera ridotta in 
C^uartetti per due Violini Viola e Basso. 
[Separate Parts.] Presso J. M. Gutz : 

Mcmnhdm,[l'id5?] fol. g. 1018. a. (4.) 
Die Zauberflote. Grand Opera arrange 
pour Deux Flutes ou Deux Violous par 
I'Autheur, c/c. [Separate Parts.] 
Cliez G. Hummcll : Berlin, [1800 ?] fol. 

g. 421. p. (7.) 
[Another copy.] h. 250. b. (8.) 

Mozart's Celebrated Overture and 

March, from his Opera of Zauberflote. . . 
Arranged for Two Performers on One Piano 
Forte, or the Harp and Piano Forte. . .by 
M. Cooke, etc. I'lintcd for the Author : 
London, [1800?] fol. g. 443. h. (16.) 

[Bei Manner u,welche Liebe fUhlen.] 

The Manly Heart, A favorite Duett, for 
two Voices, with an accompaniment, for 
the Piano Forte. T. Preston : London, 
[1800?] fol. G. 805. g. (29.) 
The Manly Heart, . . . Duett, etc. 

W. Bolfe : London, [1800 ?] fol. 

G. 424. b. (5.) 

The Manly Heart. Duett. 

G. Gcisicciler : [London, 
1800.] s. sh. ohl. 4°. 266. 1. 30. 

German Museum, Nov., 1800. 
[Das klinget so herrlich.] A Favor- 
ite Duet. . . arranged for the Piano Forte 
or Harp, with Variations, by R. Burbidge, 
etc. W. HodsoU : London, [1800 ?] fol. 

g. 139. (3.) 

■ [Das klinget so herrlich.] Away 

with ]\Ielancholy . . .Arranged with Varia- 
tions for the Harp or Piano Forte. . .by J. 
Elouis. Printed for the Author : 

London, [1800 '>] fol. g. 139. (23.) 

See Away. Away with Melancholy. 

A favourite Duet for two eipial voices, etc. 
[From W. A. Mozart's Opera, Die Zauber- 
flote.] 1800. s. sh. 4°. P.P. 5141. 

In diesen heiligen Hallen. . .Within 

these sacred Bowers, etc. [Song.] 

G. Geisweiler : [London, 
1800.] s. sh. obi. 4°. 266. 1. 29. 

German Museum, Feb., 1800. 

Within these sacred Bowers. A 

favoiirite Song, etc. [Lo7idon,~j 

1800. s. sh. 4°. P.P. 5141. 

Lady's Magazine, April, 1800. 

[Konnte jeder brave Mann.] La 

Partenza. — Last Adieu. — Canzonetta v. 
[Duet.] Printed for Monzani ct Cimador : 
London, [1800?] fol. h. 1480. (17.) 

No. 138 of " A Collectio)i of Periodical 
Italian Songs,^' etc. 

[Ein Madchen oder Weibchen.] 

See Gelinek (J.) Six Variations pour le 
Clavecin. . .sur I'air, Ein ]\Iadchen oder 
Weibchen, cic. [1795?] obi. io\. 

f. 133. b. (2.) 



MOZART (Wolfgang Amadeus) Die 
Zauberflote. [Seid uns zum zweitenmal.] 
See Gelinek (J.) Six Variations pour le 
Clavecin . . . sur le Trio, Seit uns zum 
zweitenmal Willkomen, etc. 
[1795 ?] obi. fol. f. 133. b. (1.) 

Der Vogelfiinger . . . The Fowler, 

etc. [Song.] C . Geisweiler : 

[London, 1800.] s. sh. obi. 4". 266. 1. 29. 
German Museum, Jan., 1800. 

The Fowler [Song] out of The Magic 

Flute, etc. Broderip and Wilkinson : 

[London, 18002] fol. G. 356. (9.) 

The Fowler . . . Arranged as a Rondo 

for the Piano Forte by G. Nezot, etc. 
[London, 1800 ?] fol. g. 140. (46.) 

3. Songs, &c. 
a. Collections. 
]\Iozart's Celebrated English Canzonetts, 
with a Piano-Forte Accompaniment. 
(The Words by a Gentleman.) No. l(-8). 
8 Nos. Monzani it Cimador : London, 

[1800?] fol. H. 2831. a. (27.) 

XII. Deutsche Lieder mit Clavier- 
begleitung . . . 2"^ Sammlung. [Words of 
Nos. 2 and 5 by C. F. Weisse.] 
Bei N. Simrock : Bonn, [1800?] obi. fol. 

F. 307. a. (2.) 

Koch. Verz. Nos. 472, 473, 4:-t3, 391, 474, 

517, 539, 597, 392, 529, 531, and 468. 

11 Canons. Chez N. Simrock: 

Bonn, [1800?] obi. iol. F. 307. a. (3.) 

Koch. Verz. Nos. 233, 562, 234, 554, 555, 

553, 557, 559, 558, 560, and 556. 

A Collection of Original Songs with an 
Accompaniment for the Piano Forte or 
Harp. . .Book 1. The Poetry by P. Pindar. 
(Book 2. The Poetry by Mr. Rannie.) 
2 Bk. Broderip and Wilkinson : 

London, [1800 ?] fol. G. 357. (7, 8.) 
Book 1 also contains songs by Ndgeli, 
Schulz, and Rcichardt. 

b. Single Works. 

[An Chloe.] Love, from those bright eyes. 
A favorite Song. Broderip and Wilkinson : 
London, [1800?] fol. G. 799. (12.) 

Un moto di gioia mi sento. Arietta. 
[Koch. Verz. No. 579.] Printed for 

Monzani lO Cimador : London, [1800?] fol. 

H. 2831. a. (26.) 
Ridente la Calma. Aria. [Koch. Verz. 
No. 152.] Printed for Monzani ii Cimador : 
London, [1800?] fol. H. 2831. a. (25.) 

4. Instrumental Music. 
Air with Variations for the Harpsichord 
or Piano-Forte ... No. 1 (-7). [Koch. 
Verz. Nos. 264, 353, 455, 398, 352, 360 and 
359.] 7 Nos. Printed 

for Longman and Broderip : London, 
[1790 ?] obi. fol. e. 490. b. (1.) 

Nos. 6 and 7 are for Violin and I'. F. 



MOZART 



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MOZART (Wolfgang Amadeus) Mozart's 
Airs with Variations for the Piano Forte. 
[Koch. Verz. Nos. 25, 353, 354, 54, ISO, 
179, 360 and 613.] 6 Nos. [1801.] 
See Periodical Publications. — London. 
The Piano-Forte Magazine. Vol. XIV. 
[Nos. 4, 5, 6 and 7J ; Vol. XV. [No. 8' ; 
Vol. XVI. No. 3. [1797-1802.] 8'. 

D. 854. 

Suite d' Airs connus varies pour le Clavecin 
ou Piano-Forte, etc. 14 Nos. 
Chez J. Aiulre : Offenbach siir le Mein, 
[1795?] fol. ■ g. 80. 

Koch. Verz. Nos. 354, 613, .353, 455, 265, 

398, App. V. No. 285, 264. 359, 180, 

360, 179, 352 mid App. V. No. 288. 

Wanting the Violin parts of Nos. 9 

and 11. 

Air [Fischer's Minuet,] with Variations 
for the Piano Forte... No. 12. [Koch. 
Verz. No. 179.] 1!. Birchall : London, 

[1795 ?] fol. g. 270. d. (37.) 

Air [' Ah ! vous dirai-je,'j with Variations 
for the Piano Forte . . . No. 8. [Koch. 
Verz. No. 265.] R. Birchall : 

London, [1795 ?] fol. g. 270. d. (36.) 

Air [' Je suis Lindor,'] with Variations for 
the Piano Forte. . .No. 18. [Koch. Verz. 
No. 354.] E. Birchall: Jjondon, 

[1795?] fol. g. 270. d. (38.) 

Air with Variations for the P.F. [Kuch. 
Verz.. No. 382 and Anh. iv. No. 209.] 
See Pleyel, Corui and Dcssek. Pleyel, 
Corri, and Dussek's Musical Journal, 
[P. F. Parti, No. 3. 1797. fol. 

g. 139. (34.) 

Air with Variations for the Piano Forte 
. . .No. 13. [K.ich. Verz. No. 500.] 
R. Birchall : London, [1795 ?] fol. 

g. 271. e. (15.) 

Air avec Variations pour le Piano Forte a 
quatre Mains. [Koch. Verz. No. 501.] 

Broderip £ Wilkinson : London, 
[1800?] fol. h. 322. (20.) 

A Favourite Air [by J. P. Duport. Koch. 
Verz. No. 573.] adapted with Variations 
by W. A. Mozart. [1797.] 
See Periodical Publications. — London. 
The Piano-Forte Magazine. Vol. III. 
No. 1. [1797-1802.] 8". D. 854. 

Grand Concert pour le Clavecin ou Forte 
Piano avec rAccompagnement de 
Plusieurs Instruments, Liv. i., etc. 
[Koch. Verz. No. 414.] CJiez J. Schmift : 
Amsterdam, [lldO?] fol. g. 443. a. (9.) 

12 Deutsche Taenze [Koch. Verz. Nos. 600, 
602.] fiir das Clavier iibersetzt welche in 
deni K. K. Redouten Saal in Wien aufge- 
fiihret worden . . . 2*" Theil. Artaria 
Comp. : Wien, [1796?] obl.iol. 

d. 64. (2.) 



MOZART (Wolfgang Amadeus) [Diver- 
timento in F. Koch. Verz. No. 247.] 
Grand Sextuor pour deux Violons deux 
Cors Alt & Basse . . . No. 2. [Separate 
Parts.] Chez Gombart et Comp. : Aiigs- 
6o;t/-5f, [1800 ?] fol. g. 1018. (2.) 

[Divertimento in E flat. Koch. Verz. 
No. 287.] Grand Quintetto per due 
Violini due Viole e Violoncello . . . Op. 24. 
No. 6. [Separate Parts.] Preston : 

London, 'ISOO?] fol. h. 2782. (6.) 

[Divertimento in E flat. Koch. Verz. 
No. 287.] Grand Sextuor pour deux 
Violins, deux Cors, Alt & Basse . . . No. iii. 
[Parts.] Chez Gombart et Comp. : Angs- 
baurg, [1800 ?] fol. g. 1018. (3.) 

[Divertimento in D. Koch. Verz. No. -334.] 
Grand Sextuor pour deux Violons, deux 
Cors, Alt ife Basse. . .No. 1. [Separate 
Parts.] CJiez Gombart et Comp. : Augs- 
bonrg, [1800?] fol. g. 1018. (1.) 

[Duo in G. Violin and Viola. Koch. 
Verz. No. 423.] IMozart's Rondo. [P. F.] 
Sre Longman and Broderip. Long- 
man and Broderip's Collection of. . .^Insic 
for the . . . Piano Forte. No. 1 [b]. 

[1795?] fol. g. 192. (4.) 

Due Duetti per Violino e Viola. . .[Kiich. 
Verz. Nos. 423, 424.] Opera 25.^^ S"'" 
Livraison. [Separate Parts.] Chez Artaria 
etComp.: 7k>«;u-, [1790?] fol. 

g. 218. d. (6.) 
Fantaisie [Koch. Verz. No. 475j ct Sonate 
[Koch. Verz. No. 457] pour le Forte Piano 
. . . Op. XI. Longman and Broderip : 
Lomlon, [1790 ?] obi. fol. e. 490. b. (2.) 

Quartett ^iu G minor. Koch. Verz. No. 
478. J for the Harpsichord or Piano Forte 
with an Accompaniment for a Violin, 
Tenor and Violoncello. [Separate Parts.] 
Longman it Jiroderip : London, 
[1790?] fol. g. 117. (3.) 

Quartet for Piano-Forte, Violin, Tenor 
and Violoncello [in E b. Koch. Verz. No. 
493.] See Storage (S.) Storace's Collec- 
tion of Original Harpsichord Music. 
Vol. I. No. 1. [1790.] fol. g. 122. 

Trois Quintetti pour Deux Violons deux 
Altos et un Violoncel [Koch. Verz. Nos. 
593, 407 and 406], etc. [Separate Parts.] 
Chez hnbaidt : Paris, [1800 ?] fol. 

h. 2880. f. 
[Quintett for Strings. Koch. Verz. No. 
014.] A Duet for two Performers on one 
Piano Forte or Harpsichord. Op. 41. 
Printed for R. Birchall: London, 
[1795?] fol. g. 272. 1. (11.) 

Rondeau. Opera 23. Koch. Verz. No. 
485. P. F.] ,S'ee Longman and Broderip. 
Longman and Broderip's Collection of . . . 
Music for the. . .Piano Forte. No. 3 [b]. 
[1795?] fol. g. 192. (4.) 



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MOZART (Wolfgang Amadeus) Hondo 
[in F. Koch. Verz. No. 494*]. 
tSVe Stoeace (S.) Storace's Collection of 
Original Harpsichord IMusic, etc. Vol. I. 
No. 4. [1790.] fol. g. 122. 

Sonates pour le Clavecin qui peuvent se 
jouer avec rAccompagDement de Violon. . . 
CEuvre Premiere. [Koch. Verz. Nos. 6 
and 7.] Gravees par ]\I"'° Vendome, etc. 
[Separate Parts.] A^ix adrcsscs ordin- 
aires do Musirpic : Paris, [1763.] obi. fol. 

K. 10. a. 17. (1.) 
Presented by Leopold Mozart to the 
British Museum in 1765, together 
with a copy of his son's Op. 2 and a 
short chorus, ' God is our Refuge,' in 
the autograph of W. A. Mozart, ivhicli 
is bound tip icith the Sonatas. 

Sonates pour le Clavecin qui peuvent se 
•jouer avec TAccompag'"' de Violin . . . 
[Euvre ii. [Koch. Verz. Nos. 8 and 9.] 
Jrave'es par M""^ Vendonae, etc. [Separate 
Parts.] Aiix adrcsscs ordinaires de 

Musique : Paris, [1763.] obi. fol. 

K. 10. a. 17. (2.) 

Four Sonatas for the Harpsichord, with 

Accompaniment for a Violin. Composed 

b}' Wolfgang Llozart, seven years of age. 

[Koch. Verz. Nos. 6-9. Separate Parts.] 

London, [1764.] obl.iol. f. 264. a. (11.) 

Tlie French Editions of the Sonatas 

Op. I. and Op. ii., with an English 

title-page. 

Six Sonates pour le Clavecin qui peuvent 
se jouer avec I'accompagnement de Violon 
ou Flaute Traversiere . . . Composees par 
I. G. W. Mozart ag6 de huit Ans. Oeuvre 
III. [Koch. Verz. Nos. 10-15.] Printed 
for the Anthor : London, [1765.] fol. 

h. 60. (7.) 
Sonate pour le Basson et Violoncelle, etc. 
[Koch. Verz. No. 292.] Chez Brntkopf 

and Hiirtel : Leipsic, [1800 ?] fol. 

h. 2010. (5.) 
[Sonatas for P. F. Koch. Verz. Nos. 809, 
332 and 284.] The Beauties of INIozart, 
consisting of. . .Sonatas, Duetts and Con- 
certos, etc. Book 2-'. Preston : London, 
[1800?] fol. H. 2815. (U.) 

Sonata [in C. P. F. Koch. Verz. No. 330.] 
Sec Stoeace (S.) Storace's Collection of 
Original Harpsichord Music. Vol II 
No. 4. [1790.] fol. g. 122. 

Sonate pour le Forte-Piano ou Clavecin 
...CEuvre VI". [Koch. Verz. No. 331.] 
Hoft'meistcr : Vienne , [ll'db ">] fol. 

h. 321. j. (19.) 
Sonata [in A] for Piano-Forte with 
Accompanyment for Violin or Violoncello. 
[Koch. Verz. No. 331.] See Stoeace (S.) 
Storace's Collection of Original Harpsi- 
chord Music. Vol. I. No. 3. [1790.] fol. 

g. 122. 



MOZART (Wolfgang Amadeus) Due 

Sonate per il Clavicembalo o Forte Piano. 

Opera 7. [Koch. Verz. Nos. 333 and 284.] 

Presso Artaria Covipagni: Vienna, 

[1785 ?J obi. fol. e. 5. m. (8.) 

Trois Sonates [Koch. Verz. Nos. 333, 284 
and 454] pour ie Clavecin ou Piano Forte. 
La Troisieme est Accomp. d'un Violon 

oblige Oeuvre vii. [Separate Parts.] 

Longman d Broderip : London,. 
[1790?] fol. h. 2880. e. 

[Sonat:^ in B. flat for P. F. Duet. Koch. 
Verz. No. 358.] Duetto. See Stoeace (S.) 
Storace's Collection of Original Harpsi- 
chord Music. Vol. II. No. 6. [1790.] fol. 

g. 122. 

[Sonata for Violin and P. F. Koch. Verz. 
No. 377 ; P. F. Trios Nop. 548, 496.] 
Book 1" of Three Favourite Duetts for 
Two Flutes. [Separate Parts.] Printed 
forC. Wlicatstone : London, [1800?] fol. 

g. 280. g. (20.) 

[Sonatas for Violin and P. F. Koch. Verz. 
Nos. 378, 376 and 379.] Trois Duos pour 
Deux Flutes . . . Oeuvre 74"'° Livre i. 
[Separate Parts.] Chez N. Simrock : 

Bonn, [1800?] fol. g. 280. a. (11.) 

[Sonata. Koch. Verz. No. 381.] A Duefc 
for two Performers on one Piano Forte or 
Harpsichord. . .Op. 3. Printed for 

E. Birchall : London, [1790 ?] fol. 

g. 272. 1. (10.> 

A Sonata for two Piano Fortes . . . Op. 34. 
[Koch. Verz. No. 448.] 

Broderip and Wilkinson : 
London, \imO^ fol. h. 322. (21.) 

IMozart's Favorite Grand Symphony Op. 
24 [Koch. Verz. No. 425], arranged as a. 
Duet for two Performers on the Piano- 
Forte, with an Accompaniment for the 
Violin. Printed for B. Birchall : Londony 
[1800?] fol. g. 272. X. (26.) 

Wanting the Violin part. 

Siufonia [in D, Koch. Verz. No. 504] for a 
grand Orchestra ..adapted for the Harpsi- 
chord or Piano Forte, Violin and Violon- 
cello, by C. F. Horn. [Separate Parts.] 

Longman d- Broderip : 
London, [1790?] fol. g. 161. c. 

Trio [in Bc^, for P. F. and Strings. Koch. 
Verz. No. 254]. 6Vf Stoeace (S.) Storace's- 
Collection of Original Harpsichord IMusic. 
No. 4. [1790.] fol. g. 122. 

Trio for the Piano Forte or Harpsichord 
with Accompaniments for a Violin or 
Clarinet and Tenor . . . Op. xiv. [Koch. 
Verz. No. 498. Separate Parts.] 

Longman d Broderip : 
London, [1790?] fol. g, 161. d. (6.) 



MOZART 



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MOZART (Wolfgang Amadeus) Trio 
pour le Piano-Forte, Clarinette ou Violon 
& Alto . . . Oeuvre 14. No. 2. [Koch. 
Verz. No. 498. Separate Parts.] 
Chez N. Simrodc : Bonn, [1795 ?] fol. 

h. 3212. c. (9.) 
Grand Trio [Divertimento] per Yiolino, 
Viola, 6 Basso . . . Op. 19. [Koch. Verz. 
No. 563. Separate Parts.] 

Broderip (f Wilkinson : 
London, [1800?] fol. g. 410. a. (1.) 

[Trio in G for P. F., and Strings. Koch. 
Verz. No. 564.] Sonata. [P. F. and 
Violoncello.] Sec Storage (S.) Storace's 
Collection of Original Harpsichord ]Music. 
Vol. II. No. 5. [1790.] fol. g. 122. 

[Trios for P. F. and Strings. Koch. Verz. 
Nos. 54S, 542 and 502.] Three Sonatas 
for the Piano-Forte or Harpsichord with 
an Accompaniment for a Violin & 
Violoncello . . . Op. xv. [Separate Parts.] 

Longman and Broderip : 
London, [ll'JO?] fol. g. 161. d. (7.) 

[Variations for P. F. Koch. Verz. Nos. 352 
and 264. IMarche des IMarriages [sic] 
Samnites [by A. E. M. Gretry] et I'Air de 
Julie [by N. DezedeJ with Variations by 
W. A. 'Mozart. [1798.] ,sVf Periodical 
Publications. — London. The Pianoforte 
Magazine. Vol. III. No. 9. 
[1797-1802.] 8°. D. 854. 

5. Selections and Adaptations from 

TWO OR MORE WoRKS. 

[IMissa Brevis. Koch. Verz. No. 220 ; Alma 
Dei Creatoris. Koch. Verz. No. 277 ; 
Davidde Peniteute. Koch. Verz. No. 469 ; 
and Magnificat. Koch. Verz. No. 193.] 
Ewiger, erbarme dich. Kantate ... in 
Partitur. No. 4. [K5ch. Verz. Auh. in. 
No. 127.J Bey Breitkopf d- Harfcl : 

Leipzig, [1800?] fol. H. 699. j. (1.) 

[Quartetts for Strings. Koch. Verz. 

Nos. 421 and 45S ; Divertimento. K5ch. 

Verz. No. 563.] Six Pieces arrangees a 

Quatres ilains pour le Piano Forte. . . 

Op. 28. Broderip it Wilkinson : 

London, [1800 ?] fol. 

Nos. 1, 3 and 4 are from tJie Quartett 
No. 421 ; No. 2 from No. 458 ; No. 5 
is iinidentified ; No. 6 is from the 
Divertimento. 

Two Trios selected [i. Trio (Kiich. Verz. 
No. 542) Andante and P. F. Sonata (Koch. 
Verz. No. 331) Alia Turca ; ii. Trio (Koch. 
Verz. No. 254) Adagio and Violin and P. F. 
Sonata (Koch. Verz. No. 481) Allegretto] 
from the Works of Mozart, arranged for 
the Harp, with an Accompaniment for a 
Violin and Violoncello by V de Marin. 
[Separate Parts.] J. Longman, 

Clcmenti & Co. : London, [1799.] fol. 

g. 192. a. (20.) 



MOZART (Wolfgang Amadeus) 

6. Doubtful and Spurious Works. 

Air [by C. Ditters von Dittersdorf] with 
Variations for the Piano Forte ... by 
Mozart [or rather A. Eberl]. Broderip tC' 
Wilkinson : London, [1800 ?] fol. 

g. 139. (33.) 

Anleitung Englische Contretiinze mit 
Zwei Wiirfeln zu componiren so viele 
man will, ohne etwas von der Musik oder 
der Composition zu verstehen. — Instruc- 
tion pour composer autaut de Contre- 
dances que Ton veut... — Instruction to 
compose... Countrydances. . . — Istruzione 
per comporre delle Contradanze oppure 
Inglesi, etc. Clu'z N. Sim ruck : 

Bonn,[lld5?] fol. g. 270. g. (3.) 

Anleitung Walzer oder Schleifer mit zwei 
Wiirfeln zu componiren, so viele man will, 
ohne etwas von der Musik oder Composi- 
tion zu verstehen. — Instruction pour com- 
poser autant de Walzer . . . que Ton veut 
. . . — Instruction to compose . . . German 
Walzer. . . — Istruzione per comporre delle 
Walzer, etc. Chiz N. Simrock : 

Bonn,[ll\)5?] fol. g. 270. g. (2.) 

The last Composition of . . . Mozart, a 
Sonata in C minor the Accompaniments 
of which were left unfinished and which 
were accomplished by ]Mr. Pleyel, the 
Proprietor of the ^Manuscript. [Koch. 
Verz. Anh. v. No. 284a. By Anton 
Eberl, Op. 1. Separate Parts.] 

Printed for Corri, Dnssek & Co. : 
London it Edinhurgh, [1797.] fol. 

g. 161. d. (8.) 

General Koskiusko's Grand ]March . . . 
Composed and Arranged with Variations 
for the Piano Forte, etc. W. Bolfe : 

London, [ISOO?] fol. g. 443. b. (23.) 

Life let us cherish. (Freut euch des 
Lebens.) [Song, by H. G. Naegeli.] 

C. Gcisu'eilcr : 
[London, 1800.] s. sh. ohl. 4". 266. 1. 30, 
German Museum, Oct., 1800. 

See dear Maid, a favorite Ballad, with an 
Accompaniment for the Harp or Piano 
Forte, etc. L. Lavcnu : 

London, [1800 ?] fol. H. 2830. g. (18.) 

Strew the Way with fairest Flowers, a 
Favorite Song by ]\Iozart [or rather 
J. F. Reichardt], with Variations for the 
Piano Foite by S. F. Rimbault. 
W. Hodsoll : London, [1800 ?j fol. 

g. 139. (37.) 
This soyig is ' Lehenspflichtcn,'' from 
BeichardVs ' Odcn und Licdcr,' 1779. 

[Vergiss mein uicht. Koch. Verz. Anh. v. 
No. 246.] Forget me not. A favorite 
Song, composed by Mozart [or rather 
G. L. Schneider], f/r. (/. Walker: 

Loudon, [ll'Jo?} fol. h. 321. j. (1.) 



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MOZART (Wolfgang Amadeus) [Vergiss 
mein nicht. Koch. Verz. Anh. v. No. 246.] 
Forget me not, a Favorite Song, etc. [By 
G. L. Schneider.] A. Hamilton : 

London, [1800 ?] fol. G. 798. (35.) 

Twelve Original German Waltzes for the 
Piano Forte or Harp, with an Accompani- 
ment for the Tambourine, Triangle, etc. 
[Separate Parts.] Broderip d Wilkinson : 
London, [1799 ?] fol. g. 231. (5.) 

Some of these Walt2:es are adapted from 
melodies in ' Die Zauherflute.' 



[Another copy.] 



H. 2819. (22.) 



7. Appendix. 

See Cramer (J. B.) Eight Favorite 
Waltzes and Rondeaus selected from 
Mozart and other Eminent Authors, etc. 
[1795?] fol. g. 229. (11.) 

8. Index. 

Away with Melancholy. Sec [Die Zauher- 
flote. Das klinget so licrrlich.] 

The Beauties of Mozart. See [Sonatas for 
P. F. Koch. Verz. Nos. 309, 332 and 284.] 

Bei jMiinnern, welche Liehe fiihlen. 
^I'ee [Die Zaubcrflute.'] 

Che diro che far deggio. See [La Villan- 
clla liapita. Dite almeno in che manicra.'] 

The Coquet. [Die Verschweigung. Koch. 
Verz. No. 518.] Canzonett, etc. 
See Mozart's Celebrated English Can- 
zonetts. No. 4. 

Dans nne fete. See [Don Giovanni.'] Fin 
ch' han dal vino. 

Deh prendi un dolce amplesso. 
See [La Clemenza di Tito.] 

Dite almeno in che maniera. 

See [La Villanella liapita.] 

The Fowler. See [Die Zauherflote. Dcr 

Yogelfdnger bin ich.] 

Ewiger, erbarme dich ! Kantate. 

See [Arrangements. Missa Brevis ; Alma 

Dei Creatoris ; Davidda Penitento and 

Magnificat.] 

Fin ch' han dal vino. See [Don Giovanni.] 

II Flauto magico. See [Die Zaubcrflute.] 

Gottheit ! dir sey Preis und Ehre 1 

See [Thames, Kunig in ^^^gijpten.] 

The Heart's True Value. [Das Kinderspiel. 

Koch. Verz. No. 598.] Canzonett, etc. 

See ]\Iozart's Celebrated English Cau- 

zonetts. No. 2. 

Heiliger sieh' gnadig hernieder. Kantate. 

See [Litaniae dc Yencrabili Altaris Sacra- 

viento.] 

Henry's Fate. [Gesellenreise. Koch. 

Verz. No. 468.] Canzonett, etc. 

See Mozart's Celebrated English Can- 

zonetts. No. 7. 



MOZART (Wolfgang Amadeus) The 
Laurel and the Willow. [Sohnsucht nach 
deni Friihlinge. Koch. Verz. No. 596.] 
Canzonett, etc. Sec INIozart's Celebrated 
English Canzonetts. No. 6. 

Love, from those bright eyes. 
See [An Chloc.] 

The Lover. [Das Traumbild. Koch, 
Verz. No. 530.] Canzonett, etc. 
See Mozart's Celebrated English Can- 
zonetts. No. 3. 

Llachtigster, Heiligster. See [Missa 
Brevis. Koch. Verz. No. 258.] 
La mia Dorabella. See [Cosi fan tutte.] 
The ]Mauly Heart. Sec [Die ZauberfliJte.] 
Bei Mannern welche Liebe fiihlen. 
Ne pulvis et cinis superbe. See [Thamos, 
Kunig in Acgypten. Ihr Kinder des 
Staubes.] 

Ob fiirchterlich tobend sich Stiirme 
erheben. Sec [Thamos, Kunig in JEgyptcn. 
Ihr Kinder des Staubes.] 
La Partenza. Canzonetta. See [Die 
Zaubcrflute. Kunnte jeder brave Mann.] 
The Peasant's Cottage. [Die Zufrieden- 
heit. Koch. Verz. No. 473.] Canzonett, 
etc. See ]\Iozart's Celebrated English 
Canzonetts. No. 8. 

Preiss dir! Gottheit! See [Thamos, 
Kunig in yEgyptcn. Schon weichct dir.] 
Secoudate aurette amiche. Sec [Cosh fan 
tuttc] 

Should worldly cares oppressing. 
See [Don Giovanni. La ci clarem.] 
Soave sia il vento. See [Cost fan Tutte.] 
Splendente Te Deus. Sec [Thamos, Kunig 
in JEgyptcn. Schon wcichet dir.] 
The Village Eve. [Im Friihlingsanfang. 
Koch. Verz. No. 597.] Canzonett, etc. 
Sec IMozart's Celebrated English Can- 
zonetts. No. 1. 
Der Vogelfiinger bin ich. 
Sec [Die Zaubcrflute] 
Within these sacred Bowers. See [Die 
Zauberflutc. In diesen heil'gen Hallcn.] 
The Wreath. [Die Zufriedenheit. Koch. 
Verz. No. 349.] Canzonett, etc. 
See ]\Iozart's Celebrated English Can- 
zonetts. No. 5. 
MOZART'S GEDAECHTNIS 
FEYER. ^Mozart's Gedaechtnis Feyer. 
[Cantata.] See Cannabich (Carl). 
MOZE (Henry) [The Witches.] A 
Favourite Overture for the Harpsicord. 
In the Witches, or a trip to Naples. 

Printed for C. & S. Thompson : London, 
[1770?] fol. g. 272. u. (14.) 
[Another edition.] A Favourite Over- 
ture for the Harpsicord. Printed for R. 
Bride : London, [1795 ?] fol. 

g. 271. e. (20.) 



MOZE— MUELLER 



171 



MOZE(Henby) [The Witches.] The Over- 
ture to the Entertainment of the Witches 
or a trip to Naples, in Eight Parts, etc. 
[Separate Parts.] Prijitcd for C. d: S. 

Thompson : London, [1770 ?] fol. 

g. 1019. 
Wanting the Second Violin part. 

MOZE (J. H.) Bumpers. [Song.] 
[London, 1750 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. f. (52.) 

Come Maids of Parnassus and give me a 
Song. [La)idon,1160?] s.s]i.iol. 

G. 806. c. (79.) 

Creator Spirit. Mr. Drydoi's Paraphrase 
of Vcni Creator Spiriius, altered. 
[London,] 1760. 8°. P.P. 324. n. 

Christian's Magazine, August, 1760, 
p. 184. 

Damon and Cleora. [Song.] The Words 
by J. Oakman. [London, 1760.] 8^ 

P.P. 5140. 
Lady's Magazine, Vol. II., p. 81. 

Damon and Cleora, etc. [Song.] 
[London, 11 mi'] s.sh.ioX. 

G. 316. d. (78.) 
If the treasur'd Gold could give. Ana- 
creon. Ode IStlt. [Song.] [London, 

1760 ?] s. sh. fol. I. 530. (102.) 

If the treasur'd Gold could give. Ana- 
creon. Ode xiii. [Song.] ^Londoti,] 

1769. 8". 159. n. 1. 

London Magazine, 1709, p. 207. 

In Mira all the Charms unite. A New 
Song. [London, 1765?] s. sli. iol. 

G. 315. (27.) 
The Invitation. [Song.] [London, 

1761 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. d. (79.) 

The Invitation. [Song.] [London, 

1761.] s. sh. 8". P.P. 5140. 

Lady's Magazine, Vol. III., p. 129. 

The Invitation. [Song.] [London,] 

1761. 8°. P.P. 5441. 

Boyal Magazine, Vol. V.,p. 93. 

The Lamp-Lighter. A Cantata . . . The 
words by a Gent., etc. ^London, 

1755?] fol. G. 316. (99.) 

Near to a Silver purling Stream. [Song.] 
[London, 1760?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 806. e. (80.) 
Old Care begone. A Bacchanalian Song. 
. . .Words bv Mr. A. Smith. 
[London, 1760?] s. s7i. fol. 

G. 310. (261.) 

When Aurora peeps o'er the Derbvshire 
Hills. [Song.] [London, 

1760?] s.sli.iol. G. 806. c. (81.) 

When first I saw the beauteous Fair. A 
new Song. [London, 1700?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. f. (67.) 



MOZE (J. H.) White paper's bedaub'd 
bv the foul venal Quill. [Song.] 
[LoH(fo«, 1760?] s. s7i. fol. 

G. 806. c. (82.) 

See Prelleur (P.) and Moze (-J. H.) 
Divine Melody, c/c. 1758. 8". D. 647. b. 

MOZIN (Theodore). See Dalayrac (N.) 
[Lcs Deux Petits Savoyards.] Escoutto 
d' Jeannetto. . .Accomp' par M. ]\Iozin le 
jeune. [1790?] fol. G. 557. (57.) 

See SoiRKE Orageuse. II est des amuse- 
mens. . .Accomp' par Mozin le jeune. 
[1795?] fol. G. 554. a. (29.) 

MR. DECAMP. Mr. Decamp's Letter 

and impromtu Verses to my Lady . 

[Song.] See Madam. Madam, as vou 
did me the honour. [1720?] fol. 

G. 316. g. (42.) 

MUCH. Much I lov'd a charming 
Creature, lite bashfull Maid. A New 
Song, ete. [London, 1720?] .s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (300.) 
[Another edition.] Much I love a charm- 
ing Creature, etc. [London, 
1725?] s.sh.tol. G. 310. (79.) 

[Another copy.] Much I love a charming 
Creature, etc. [London, 

1725 ?j s. sh. fol. G. 305. (148.) 

MUDGE ( ) Six Concertos in Seven 
Parts ... To which is added, Non Nobis 
Domine, in 8 Parts. [Separate Parts.] 

Printed/or I. Walsli : 
London, [1160 7] fol. g. 254. 

MUELLER ( ) Six Duos pour deux 
Flutes. Composes par Mueller, Maitre de 
Concert de S. A. S. Mp' le Comte de !\Ion- 
fort. Dedies a M' Jean Graf, Amateur, 
par sa Commere. CEuvre viii. [Separate 
Parts.] G^(era;I;2/on, [1770?] fol. g. 106. 

MUELLER (August Eberhard) 
\'I. Deutsche Lieder mit Begleitung des 
Forte Piano, etc. Bey Gilnther if Bolnnc : 
Hamburg, [1796.] obi. fol. E. 601. f. (7.) 
.S'*' Mozart (W. A.) La Clemenza di 
Tito. Opera seria . . . Aggiustata per il 
Piano-Forte del Sign. A. E. Miiller. 
[1795?] o6Lfol. E. 150. x. 

See Mozart (W. A.) Idomeneo . . . im 

Klavierauszuge von A. E. Miiller. 

[1800 ?] obi. fol. E. 150. i. 

MUELLER (Christian Heinrich) Drey 
Sonaten fiirs Clavier, als Doppelstiicke 
fiir zwo Personeu mit vier Hiinden, etc. 
Bey F. W. Birnstiel : Berlin, 1182. fol. 

h. 12. 

MUELLER (Coxrad) and ENGEL- 
HARDT (Johaxn) Zwen newe Hoch- 
zeit-Gesiinge, . . . zu . . . Ehren . . . Dem 
Herrn Johanni-Lucae Spielhausen . . . 
Und der. . . Juugfrawen Christinen, Des 
. . . Herrn Heinrici Hej'denreichs . . . 



172 



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Tochter . . . Mit 8. Stimmeii componiret 
von Cuurado IMullero . . . Unnd Johanne ' 
Engelhardt, etc. Bey Martin Wittel : 

Erffurt, [1G16,] 4". B. 46. 

MUELLER (Eenst) Das Hohe Lied des 
Konigcs Salomons, wie es . . . nach der 
Ordnuug des Textes. . .erkliiret, gesuugen, 
und mit. . .kurtzen Schluss-Liedern [by 
J. H. SeipJ aussgefiirtiget hat E. Miiller, 
etc. Daniel Fievett : Franckfitrtit 

am Main, 1656. obi. 8\ 3149. ee, 6. 

MUELLER (Ernst Ludwig). 
See Krasinsky ( ) pseud. 

MUELLER (Gottlieb Friedrich) 
Gedauken ilber gewisse musikalische 
Meisterstiicke jetziger Zeit, in eiuem 
Sendschroiben an Herrn G. P. Miiller, etc. 
[Dessazt?] 1761. 4". 7897. f. 31. (1.) 
Six Senates pour le Clavecin, etc. 

Chez J. G. I. Breitkopf: 
Leipzic], 1702. ohl. fol. f. 41. 

MUELLER (JoHANN Christian) Six 
Fugue... Opera II. [P. F.] Chez 

S. Markorclt : Amsterdam, [1790 ?] fol. 

g. 543. s. (3.) 

MUELLER (Johann Daniel) Vollstiiu- 
diges Hessen-Hanauisches Choral-Buch, 
welches so wohl die Melodien der 150. 
Psalmen Davids, als anderer. . .alten und 
neuenLieder in sich fasset. . .eingerichtet 
und mit einem . . . Vorbericht heraus- 
gegeben, von J. D. Miiller. 
Bey Stocks Erhen, Schilling und Wehcr : 
Franckfnrt am Mayn, 1754. 4". D. 603. 

MUELLER (Johann Leonhard) Joanuis 
Leonard! Miiller. . .VI. Missre de Requiem 
a Canto, Alto, Basso & Organo obligatis. 
2. Violinis & Violoncello ad libitimi. 
Opus I. [Separate Parts.] 

Typis. . .Joannis Jacobi hotter : 
Auqustce Yindelicorum, 1780. fol. 

H. 3186. 

MUELLER (Johann Michael) Neu- 
aufgesetztes, vollstiindiges. Psalm- und 
Choral-Buch, In welchem nicht allein 
die Hundert und Funffzig Psalmen 
Davids, sondern auch beyder Evan- 
gelischen Kirchen-Gesiinge. . .nebst des 
Neanders Bundes-Liedern, . . . auf das 
Clavier mit einem . . . Bass. . .aufs neuo 
verschen, mit vielen Melodien vermehrt 
und heraus gegeben, von J. jM. Miiller, 
etc. Zweyte A ullage. 2 pts. 

Bey J. A. Stocks seel. Erben, und 
J. G. Schilling: Franckfnrt am Mayn, 
1735-6. 4". D. 604. (1, 2.) 

Each part has a separate title-pacje and 
pagination. 
Vermehrter Anhang zu dem INIiillerischen 
Psalmen- und Choral-Buch, dc. 

Bey J. A. Stocks seel. Erben, und 
J. G. Schilling : Franckfort am Mayn, 
1741. 4°. D. 604. (3.) 



MUELLER (Wenzel) Drehet Riidcheu 
drehet euch. 
See infra : [Die Zauberzitter.'] 

Der Fagottist oder die Zauberzither. 
See infra : [Die Zauberzitter.] 

Es seufzt einmahl um Mitternacht. 
See infra: [Das neu Sonntagskind.] 
Ich frag obsequialiter. 
^'ee infra : [Das ncu Sonntagskind.] 

Ich sag es doch immer. 

See infra : [Das neu Sonntagskind.'] 

Ihr guten lieben Leute. 

See infra : [Die Zauberzitter.] 

Juchhai, juchhai hopsasasa. 
See infra : [Die Zauberzitter.] 
Der Lentz belebet die Natur. 
See infra : [Die Zauberzitter.] 
Lieber Casper lehr' michs doch. 
See infra : [Die Zauberzitter.] 

Lieber kleiner Gott der Liebe. 

See infra : [Das neu Sonntagskind.] 

Die Miidchen die Lieb' imd der Wein. 

See infra : [Die Zauberzitter.] 

[Das neu Sonntagskind.] Ouvertura... 

per il Clavicembalo, etc. Art aria Comp. : 

Vienna, [1793.] obi. fol. 

E. 153. b. (1.) 

Es seufzt einmahl um Mitternacht- 

Aria fiir das Clavier, etc. Artaria Comp. : 
Wien, [1793.] obi. fol. E. 153. b. (7.) 

Ich frag obsequialiter. Aria fiir das 

Clavier, etc. Artaria Comp. : Wien, 

[1798.] obi. fol. E. 153. b. (3.) 

Ich sag es doch immer es ist ein 

Friseur. Aria fiir das Clavier, etc. 
Artaria Comp. : Wien, [1793.] obi. fol. 

E. 153. b. (4.) 

Lieber kleiner Gott der Liebe. Aria 

fiir das Clavier, etc. Artaria Comp. : 

Wien, [1793.] obi. fol. E. 153. b. (2.) 

Wegen meiner bleib d' Freiila nur da. 

Aria fiir das Clavier, etc. Artaria Comp. : 
Wien, [1793.] obi. fol. E. 153. b. (5.) 

Wenn d' Liserl nur wolt. Duetto fiir 

das Clavier, etc. Artaria Comp. : Wien, 
[1793.] obi. fol. E. 153. b. (8.) 

Wer niemals einen Rausch hat 

g'habt. Aria fiir das Clavier, etc. Artaria 
Comp. : Wien, [1793.] obi. fol. 

E. 153. b. (6.) 
Das Sonnenfest der Braminen, eine 
Komische Oper. . .Im Klavierauszuge. hn 
Verlage des Musikalischcn Magazins auf 
der Hohe : Braunsdticeig, [lldB.] obi. iol. 

E. 153. a. 
Ein Walzer er hitzt den Kopf. 
See infra : [Die Zauberzitter.] 

Wegen meiner bleib d' Freiila nur da. 
See supra: [Das ncu Sonntagskind.] 

Wenn d' Liserl nur wolt. 

See supra : [Das neu Sonntagskind.] 



MUELLER— MUFF AT 



173 



MUELLER (Wenzel) Wer niemals einen 
Rausch hat g'habt. See supra : [Das neu 
Soniitagskind.] 

[Die Zauberzitter.] Ouverture aus der 
Oper [Der Fagottist oderj Die Zauber- 
zitter, etc. In Hilschcrsclien 
Music-Verlagc : Dresden, [1195. '] ohl.lol. 

C. 448. (1.) 

Drehet Radchen drehet eucb. Chor, 

etc. Im Hilschcrsclien Miisic-Vcrlage : 

Dresden, [1795.] obi. fol. C. 448. (2.) 

Ihr guten lieben Leute. Eomanzc, etc. 

Im Hilsclierscheii Miisic-Verlage : 
Dresden, [1795.] ohl. fol. C. 448. (3.) 

Juchhai,]'uchhai hopsasasa. Aria, etc 

Im Hilschcrsclien Music-Verlagc : 
Dresden, [1795.] obi. fol. C. 448. (7.) 

Der Lentz belebet die Natur. 

Duetto, etc. Im Hilschcrsclien Music- 

Vcrlage : Dresden, [1795.] ubl. fol. 

C. 448. (9.) 

Lieber Casper lebr' michs doch. 

Duetto, etc. Im Hilscherschcn Music- 

Verlagc : Dresden, [1795.] obi. fol. 

C. 448 (8.) 

Die Madchen die Lieb' uud der Weiu. 

Ariette, etc. Im Hilschcrsclien Music- 

Vcrlage : Dresden, [1795.] obi. fol. 

C. 448. (4.) 

Quadrille Allemande, etc. 

Im Hilscherschen Mnsic-Verlagc : Dresden, 
[1795.] obi. fol. C. 448. (6.) 

Ein Walzer er hitzet den Kopf. 

Cavatina, etc. Im Hilschcrsclien Music- 
Verlagc : Dresden, [1795.] o6Z. fol. 

C. 448. (5.) 

[Die zwey Schwestern aus Prag.] Walzer 
aus der Oper Die zwey Schwestern aus 
Prag...fur das Clavier nach der Musik 
des Herrn W. Miiller. Im Musikalischen 
Magazine aiif der HUhc : Brannscliireig, 
[1795.] obi. fol. e. 5. 1. (4.) 

MUELLERINK. Die :\Iiillerinn. [La 
]Meuniere de Gentilly.] Ein Siugspiel in 
einem Aufzuge, aus dem Franzosischen 
iibersetzt. [Music by J. B. de da Borde.] 
See Operettas. Sammlung der komischen 
Operetten, etc. Band III. No. 5. 
1772. 8°. B. 729. 

MUENNICH ( Johann) Sacrarum 
Cantionum i. 5. 6. 8. Vocum ; Sacrte... 
Confraternitati Venerabilis Sacramenti. . . 
in Cathedrali Ecclesia Spirensi . . . dedi- 
catatarum, Liber Primus, etc. Cantus. 
(Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) (QuintaVox.) 
5 pts. Apud Jacobum Cercagli : 

Venetim, 1611. 4". K. 1. k. 7. 

MUENSTER (Joseph .Joachim Benedict) 
Musices Instructio in Brevissimo Regulari 
Compendio Radicaliter data. Das ist : 
Kiirtz, doch -wohl griindlicher Weg, und 



wahrer Unterricht die edle Sing - Kunst 
. . . zu erlernen. . .Sechste Aufiage, etc. 

Johann Jacob Loiters seel. Erbni : 
Augspiirg, 1761. obi. 4". A. 1295. 

Musices Instructio in Brevissimo Regulari 
Compendio Radicaliter data. . .Siebende 
Auflage, etc. Johann Jacob Lottcr : 

Augspurg, 1764. obi. 4". B. 799. 

Sacrificium Vespertinum, sen Vespcrte 
Longiores Festivae et de Beatissima 
Virgins Maria... pro toto anno methoda 
nova, et comico-ecclesiastica elaborattc 
a Canto, Alto, Tenore, Basso, duobus 
Violinis. . .cum duplici Basso Generali, 
etc. Opus I. [Separate Parts.] 
Typis. . .Jocnuiis Jacobi Lottcri : Augusts 
Vindclicorum, 1729. fol. G. 69. 

Scala Jacob Ascendendo, & Descendendo. 
Das ist: Kiirtzlich, doch wohlgegriindete 
Anleitung, und vollkommener Unterricht, 
die Edle Choral-Music. . .zu erlernen.. 
Zvi^eytc Aufiage. Johann Jacob Lottcrs 
seel. Erben : Augspurg, 1756. obi. 4". 

556. a. 14. 

MUENTER (Balthasak) D. Balthasar 
Miinters. . .Erste Sammlung Geistlichcr 
Lieder. Mit Melodien von verschiedeneu 
Singkomponisten. In der Dijckischcn 

Buchhandlung : Leipzig, llTd. obi. io]. 

E. 632. 
TJie composers named are : J. C. F. Bach, 
Hertel, Scheibe, Wolf, Kunzen, Hillcr, 
C. P. E. Bach, Rolle and Benda. 

M U E T H E L (Johann Gottfried) 
Auserlesene Oden und Lieder von ver- 
schiedenen Dichtern, etc. C. W. Brandt : 
Hamburg, 1759. fol. F. 654. 

Duetto, fiir 2 Claviere, 2 Fliigel, oder 2 
Fortepiano. Beij J. F. Harthnoch : 

Riga, 1771. fol. h. 27. 

III. Senates et II. Ariosi avec XII. Varia- 
tions pour le Clavessiu. 

Au.v depcns de J. U. Haffncr : 
Nuremberg, [1760?] obi. iol. e. 7. 

MUFFAT (Gottlieb) Componimenti 
IMusicali per il Cembalo, etc. Scolpit in 
rame et fatti Stamparc da G. C. Leopold : 
Augusta, [1727.] obi. fol. e. 461. 

A facsimile in pen and ink of part uf 
the title-page, draion by liussell, a 
stationer in the Eoyal Exchange about 
the year 1810, and a letter relating to 
the bequest of this volume to the British 
Museum by J. Groombridge, are in- 
serted. 

[72 Versetl sammt 12 Toccaten besonders 
beim Kirchen-Dienst, Bey Choral-Aemb- 
tern und Vesperen dienlich, etc.] 
[Vienna, 1726.] obi. fol. e. 461. b. 

Wanting the title-page. 

MUFFAT (Teofilo) Sec Muffat (G.) 



17i 



I^IUGNIE— MUSCULUS 



MUGNIE (Jean) L' Amour piqu6 par 
uiic abeillo, imitation d'Anacreon pour le 
Forte Piano, etc. J- LXtvies : 

London, [1800'?] fol. g. 138. (16.) 

La Colombe reperduc. An Air for the 
Piano Forte, efc. J. Davics : 

London, [1800 ?] fol. g. 139. (35.) 

God save the King, with Eight Variations 
including a Grand March with a Violin 
or Flute and Violoncello Accompaniment 
ad libitum, c^c. Bircliall : 

London, [imOl] fol. h. 118. (42.) 

Mugni^'s Hornpipe, with Variations for 
the Piano Forte. J- Davics : 

London, [1800 ?] fol. g. 139. (36.) 

INIarche des Royalistes . . . Les paroles ont 
6t6 faites sur la Musique par J" B"* De 
Gruchent, etc. Longman ct Brodenp : 

London, Uan III da liccjnc de Louis 
A'TTI[1796]. fol. H. 1677. (71.) 

Le Papillou. Caprice pour le Piano 
Forte, etc. Chez les Marchancls de 

Musique: Londres, [1800 ?] fol. 

g. 14L (11.) 

Three Sonatas for the Piano Forte with 
an Accompaniment for the Flute ad 
libitum, etc. [Separate Parts.] 

Brodcrip <& Wilkinson : 
London, [1800?] fol. g. 186. (9.) 

An Original Waltz, for the Piano Forte, 
(,1c Lrinted for the Author : 

London, [18001] fol. b. 118. (41.) 

MUIRLAND. INIuirland Willy. Song. 
See Hook (J.) 

MULETEER. The IMuleteer. Ballad. 
Sec When. When o'er the Moon a misty 
veil, ek-. [1796?] fol. G. 356. (39.) 

MULLER (G.) Jonas and Nannette, the 
Favorite Duet ... The Words by B— p Esq'. 
G. Kauntzc : Londo^i, [1795 ?] fol. 

H. 2818. f. (32.) 

MULLY (J.) A Favorite Sonata for the 
Piano Forte or Harpsichord. 

Longman d Broderip : 
iondon, [1790?] fol. h. 62. (12.) 

Six Sonatas for the Piano Forte or 
Harpsichord with an Accompaniment for 
a Violin . . . Opera 2. 

Longman & Broderip : 

London, [Y1201] fol. h. 29. 

MUNDY (John) Songs and Psalmes 

composed into 3. 4. and 5. parts, for the 

use and delight of all such as either loue 

or learn Musicke. Superius. (Medius.) 

(Contratenor.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 5 pts. 

Thomas Est (the assigne of William 

Byrd) : London, 1594. 4". K. 2. a. 3. 

MUNRO (A.) A Collection of the Best 

Scots Tunes. Fited to the German Flute. 

With Several Divisions, & Variations, etc. 

At Paris, (1732.) fol. S- 17. 



MURET (jNIarc Antoine de) 

See RoNSABD (P. de) [Les Amours de 
P. de Ronsard. . .With. . .musical settings 
by. . .M. A. Muret, etc.] 1552. 8". 

Case 57. a. 31. (1.) 

MURPHY (S.) By the streams. [Song.] 
The Words by Pope. [London, 

1750 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 306. (180.) 

The Queen of May. A Favorite Song, 
etc. T. Williams : London, 1784. fol. 

H. 2818. (15.) 

Virtue. A favorite Pastoral . . . The 
Words by J. Oakman. T. Williams : 

Lojidon, [1780 7] fol. G. 808. g. (26.) 

MURSCHHAUSER (Franz Xaveb 
Anton) Academia Musico-Poetico Bi- 
partita. Oder : Hohe Schiil der Musical- 
ischen Composition in Zwey Theil einge- 
theilt, etc. Erster Theil. Li Verlegung 
W. M. Endters. Gedruckt bei J. E. 
Adclbuhier : Niirnberg, 1721. fol. 

No jnore published. G. 832. 

[Another copy.] 7896. g. 32. 

Fundamentalische Kurz, und bequeme 
Handleithug so wohl zur Figurat- als 
Choral-Music aus denen...Vohrnembsten 
Kuust - Meisteren Vuderschidlicher Na- 
tionen herausgezogen . . . Verfasst, und 
heruorgcgeben durch Franz Xaueriu 
Antonimn Murschhauser. Li Yerlegmig 
des Authoris : Munchen, 1767. obi. fol. 
Engraved throughout. C. 1258. 

Octi-Touium Novum Organicum, Octo 
Tonis Ecclesiasticis, ad Psalmos, & Mag- 
nificat, adhiberi solitis, respondens : Ex 
diversis INIusici Artificii fontibus deriva- 
tum cum Appendice nonnuUarum Inven- 
tionmn, ac Imitatitionum pro Tempore 
Natalis Domini . . . Opus Primum. 

Apud Laurentium Kronigervm, & 
Hseredcs Theophili Gmbelij : Augusts 
Vindelicorum, 1696. obi. fol. b. 333. 
See also : M., F. X. A. 

MUSA ET MUSICA. Musa et Musica 
or Humour & IMusick being an Extra- 
ordinary Collection of Pleasant and merry 
humours with Scotch & Love Songs, the 
Words by IMr. D'urfey all entirely new. 

Printed for L. Pippard : 
London, [lllOn fol. H. 82. (1.) 

Two of the songs in this collection are 
engraved by T. Cross and bear the im- 
print : ' Printed for J. Cullcn . . . 
1710.' 

MUSA NOCTURIA MURNERI- 

ANA. Musa Nocturna Murueriana. 
[Trio.] See Brumnitzius (N.) pseud. 

MUSCULUS (Balthasar) Sacra Cithara, 
das ist : Achtzig schone Geistliche Gesiing, 
mit 4. vnd 5. Stimmen, vor die Jugend 
zusammen getragen. Auctoribus, Bal- 



IMUSCULUS— MUSE 



175 



thasare Musculo, Horatio Yeccho, Jacobo 
Meilando, vnd andern. Jetzo von neuem 
wider auffgelegt. . .corrigirt vud vennehrt 
&c. Sampt eiuem Compendio artis 
Musices. Cautus. (Bassus.) 2 pts. 

Abraham Wagenmann : 

Niinnberg, 1025. 12". A. 242. 

Tlic composers named in this collection 

arc : P. Nicolai, C. Demantius, 

J. Meiland, J. a Burck, J. Christ, 

J. Staclen, V. D. and H. Vecclii. 

See Cruegeb (J.) Kouigliche HarfE des 
...Sanger Fiirsten Davids, etc. (Geist- 
lictie Seelen - ]\Iusic, bestehend in... 
Gesiingeu auss den . . . Kunstreichesten 
Italianisch- und Teutscber Sangermeisteru 
. . . Werken coUigirt . . . von Baltbasaro 
Musculo, etc.) 1G63 (16G2). 8". 

B. 114. b. 

MUSE. Die INIuse. Xacbspiel. 
See HiLLER (J. A.) 

II Primo Libro de le Muse a Cinque Voci 
composto da Diuersi Eccellentissimi 
]\Iusici Nouamente per Antonio Gardauo 
stampati & corretti Con la gionta d' una 
Canzon & uno INIadregale a otto uoci, etc. 
Cautus. (Tenor.) (Quintus.) 3 pts. 

Apresso di Antonio Gardano : Venetia, 

1555. obi. 4^ A. 342. 

The coviposers named in this collection 

arc: Archadelt, Giachet Berchem, 

Vincentio Buffo and Antonio Barre. 

II Secondo Libro de le Muse a Cinque 
Voci composto da diuersi Eccellentissimi 
JMusici Con uuomadregale a sei di Ciiouan 
Nasco, Et con doi Dialoghi a otto, Noua- 
mente stampato, etc. Canto. (Alto.) 
(Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 pts. 

Appresso di Antonio Gardano : Venetia, 

1559. obi. 4\ A. 342. a. 

The composers named in this collection 

are Adriano [}\illaert], F. Bosselli, 

G. da Palestrina, G. Lochenburgo, G. 

Nasco, A. Striggio, S. Essenga, C. 

Porta, P. Taglia and V. Buffo. 

[Anotber copy. Quinto.] A. 342. b. 

II Terzo Libro delle Muse a Cinque Voci 
composto da diuersi Eccellentissimi 
Musiei Con uno Madregale a Sei, Et uno • 
dialogo a Otto, Nouamente per A. Gar- 
dano stampato & dato in Luce, etc. Canto. 
(Alto.) (Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 pts. 
Appresso di Antonio Gardano : Venetia, 
1561. obi. i". A. 342. e. 

The composers named in this collection 

are : A. Bomano, 0. di Lassus, F. 

Bosselli, G. Nasco, G. da Palestrina, 

G. D. de Nolla, B. Donato, I. Ccnsini 

and D. Finot. 

IMadrigali Aierosi a Quatro Voci Compost! 
da Diuersi Eccell. Autori, uuouamente 



...stampati. Libro primo delle Muse a 
quatro uoci. Tenore. (Basso.) 2 pts. 

Appresso Girolamo Scoto : Vinegia, 

1558. obi. 4". A. 346, 

The composers named in this collection 

are : A. Barrc, Archadelt, V.Ferro, G. 

Danchers, I. Tostolo, Anselmo \de 

Beulx], Liipachino, I. D. di Nolla, 

Allesandrino, Lamberto, V. B^iffo, II 

Calderino and P. Ariimuccia. 

]Madregali Ariosi a Quatro Voci Composti 

Da diuersi eccellentissimi Autori. Et 

per Antonio Gardano Nouamente . . . 

stampatti. Libro Primo delle Muse a 

Quatro Voci, etc. Alto. (Basso.) 2 pts. 

Apresso di Antonio Gardano : 
Venetia, 1559. obi. 4°. A. 346. a. 

[Libro Primo delle IMuse a quatro Voci.] 
Madregali Ariosi a Quatro Voci, composti 
da diuersi Eccellentissimi Autbori, & per 
Antonio Gardano Nouamente . . . Kistam- 
pati, etc. Basso. Appresso di Antonio 

Gardano: Venetia, 1565. obi. i". 

A. 346. b. 

The names of the composers are the same 

as in the 1558 and 1559 editions, with 

the addition of G. Nasco. 

Secondo Libro delle ]\Iuse, a Quattro 

Voci. Madrigali Ariosi, de Diuersi 

Eccell'"' Autori, con Doe Canzoni di 

Giannetto [da Palestrina], di nuouo rac- 

colti et dati in luce. Basso. Appresso 

Antonio Barre : Boma, 1558. obi. 4". 

A. 346. e. 

Imperfect, scanting pp. 29-32. The com- 

2)oscrs named in tJiis collection are : 

Giannetto [da Palestrina], Lerma, 

A. Barri, P. Animuccia, F. Bossello, 

G. Berchem, II Bosso, P. de Monte, 0. 

di Lassus, I. Matelart, I. D. da Nola, 

I. Wertli, Paulo da Fuligno, II Cal- 

darino, LupacJiino and Archadelt. 

[Secondo Libro delle Muse a Quattro 

Voci.] Madregali Ariosi a Quatro Voci 

composti da diuersi Eccellentissimi 

Autori, Nouamente . . . stamj)atti. Libro 

Secondo. Tenor. Appresso di Antonio 

Gardano : Venetia, 1560. obi. 4". 

A. 346. d. 

The composers named are the same as in 

the 1558 edition, xcith the omission of 

Lerma, Matelart and Archadelt and 

the addition of Nicodemus. 

II Terzo Libro delle Muse a Quattro Voci. 

Madrigali Ariosi, da Diuersi Eccell. 

Musiei raccolti, et dati in Luce. Tenore, 

(Basso.) 2 pts. Ap>p)rcsso Antonio Barre : 

Boma, 1562. obi. 4". K. 3. f. 17. 

The composers named in this collection 

are: G. Bose, A. Barr^, A. Zoilo, F, 

Bossello, A. Maresio, P. di Monte, S. 

Lando, I. D. da Nola, V. Biiffo, L, 

Dentici, F. Baratto, G. P. L. da 

Pallestrina, Lerma, O. di Lassus and 

L. Agostini. 



17G 



MUSE— MUSICS 



MUSE. La Muse do TOptsra. Cantata. 
See Clerajibault (L. N.) 
The Muse's Choice. Songs. 
See Bryan (J.) 

The Muse's Tears. [Song.] See Where. 
Where is my soul's chief Comfort flown, 
etc. [1737?] fol. I. 530. (181.) 

MUSENALMANACH. Musenalma- 
nach fiir das Jahr 177G(-1798). 
Sec Periodical Publications. — Laiicn- 
biirg. 
MUSES. Les Muses. Ballet. 
Sco Campra (A.) 

The Muses quite Jaded with Rhiming. 
Molly Lcpcll. [Song.] Set for the Ger- 
man Flute. [London, 1725 ?] s. sli. fol. 

I. 530. (103.) 
MUSES' DELIGHT. The IMuses De- 
light. Au Accurate Collection of English 
and Italian Songs, Cantatas and Duetts 
. . . With Instructions for the Voice, 
Violin, Harpsichord . . . German-Flute, 
Common-Flute, Hautboy, French-Horn, 
Bassoon, and Bass-Violin: also, a . . . 
ilusical Dictionary, and several Hundred 
English, Irish and Scots Songs, without 
the Music. John Sadler : Liverpool, 

1754. 8". E. 872. 

Tlie composers named arc : Oswald, 
Holcomb, Corfe, Orme, Broderip, 
Hoivard, Worgan, Arne, Vincent, 
Festing, Handel, Pasguali, Weide- 
mann, liussel, Boijcc, Lampe, Stanley, 
Gladwin, Greene, St. Germain, Bail- 
don, Purcell, Terradellas, Dunn, Bar- 
nard, D. Bizzio, Gouge, Kilburne, 
Eris, Carey, Harris, Eaton, Galliard, 
Monro, Futti, Markwell, Tench, 
Fisher, E. Ormc, Master Arne, Crome, 
Steemson, Langshaw, Dc Fcsch and 
Baildon. 
The Muses' Delight. Glees. 
Sec Hayes (P.) 
MUSIC. INIusick and Beauty. [Song.] 
See Stanley (J.) 

Music and Mirth. [Song.] -Sec Hook (J.) 
]Musick can charm the Human heart. 
[Song.] See Davies (R.) 
Music charms the ravish'd soul. Duett. 
See Gentleman. 
Musick has charms and so have I. An 

^Enigmatical Song [words] by Mr. H y. 

Printed for H. Waylett : [London, 
1745 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. e. (78.) 

Musick has charms, and so have I. An 
^Enigmatical Song. [Words] By Mr. 

H y. [London,] 1759. 8". 

P.P. 5441. 
Eoyal Magazine, Vol. I., p. 263. 
Music has Charms and so have I. Music 
has Charms. [Song.] L[ongman and] 
B[roderip : London, 1785 ?] s. sh. fol 

H. 1994. b. (53.) 



MUSIC. Musick how pow'rfull is thy 
Charm : A Song on the Power of Musick 
by Mv. Jos. Smith. []\Iusic by J. Hudson.] 
[London, 1740 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (92.) 

[Another copy.] G. 303. (91.) 

]\rusic purposely Composed for the Harp. 
(From the Collection of an Amateur.) 
An Hymn to the Deity, from the . . . Sacred 
Drama of David & Goliah, by I\Irs. 
Hannah ^lore. To which are added a 
Selection of Vocal Compositions. . .with 
an Accompanyment for the same Instru- 
ment. [By T. Jones, of Gaddesden.] 

Broderip it Wilkinson : Loiulon, 
1800. fol. G. 368. (2.) 

Music the fiercest grief can charm. Glee. 
See LiDEL (F.) 

Music the soul of melody. Glee. 
See Perkins (D.) 

Musick's a Crotchett. [Song.] 
See Rawthmell (A.) 

Music's the Language of the blest above. 
[Glee.] See Wbbbe (S.) the Elder. 

MUSIC MADE EASY. Music Made 
Easy, or a New ]\Iusical Vade-Mecum : 
being a complete book of Instructions for 
Beginners on the Piano-Forte or Harpsi- 
chord ... to which are added Eight Pro- 
gressive Lessons . . . and Twenty of the 
easiest and most favourite Songs, etc. 
London, 1798. ohl. fol. e. 140. (7.) 

Pp. 1-16 only; it is doubtful lohether 
more appeared. 

MUSICA. Musica de' Virtuosi della 
Florida Capella dell' illustrissimo . . . Duca 
di Baviera. [Madrigals.] 
See Troiano (M.) 

MUSICA CUmOSA. Musica Curiosa 

or a Curious Collection of Celebrated Airs 

Compos'd by Messrs. Granno, Weidemau, 

Hasse, Vinci and other Masters, to which 

are added two. . .Sonatas of Sig. Brivio's 

and the favourite Concerto of Sig' Hasse's, 

all set for two German Flutes or two 

Violins and a Bass, etc. [Separate Parts.] 

Printed for J. Simpson: London, 

[1745 ?] obi. 4°. b. 30. (1.) 

This collection contains compositions 

by Granno, Weideman, Festing, 

B. Thumoth, Handel, Vinci, Hasse 

and G. Brivio. 

MUSICA DIVINA. INIusica Diviua. 
[Madrigals.] See Phalesio (P.) 

MUSICA DOMESTICA. Musica 

Domestica. [Hymns.] Sec Duerr (M.) 

MUSICJE3 SPIRITUS. IMusicte Spiritus, 
or a Collection of. . .Airs. 
See Haendel (G. F.) 



MUSICS— MUSICAL 



177 



MUSICiE VOCALIS DELICI^. 

Music* Vocalis Delicise, being a Collection 
of. . .Madrigals, Glees, Catches, Canzonets, 
Rounds and Canons . . . Composed b\^ . . . 
eminent Masters . . .The Words Consistent 
with Female Delicacy. Vol. I. 

Printed fen- T. SldlleDi : 
London, [1190?] 6". E. 331. 

The composers named arc : Rogers, 
T. Brewer, Lord Mornlngfon, G. Berg, 
Hoivard, T. Ford, Dr. Arne, Battishill, 
J. Hilton, H. Purcell, Atterbun/, 
Webbe, T. Norris, Dr. Hayes, T. 
Wcelkes, Dr. Harrington and Byrd. 

MUSICAL. The Musical Chase. [Song., 
See Wilton (C. H.) 
The Musical Hodge-Podge. [Song.] 
See Old. An Old Woman cloathed in 
Grey, c^c. [1730?] fol. G. 305. (150.) 

MUSICAL CENTURY. The Musical 
Century, in One Hundred English Ballads. 
See Carey (H.) 

MUSICAL COMPANION. Catch that 
Catch Can, or The IMusical Companion. 
Containing Catches and Rounds for Three 
and Four Voyces. To which is now added 
a Second Book containing Dialogues, 
Glees, Ayrcs, and Ballads, &c. some for 
Two, Three, Foure Voyces. Printed by 
W[illiani'] Godbid for J[ohn'] Playford : 
London, 1667. obi. 4». A. 412. 

This continuation of Hilton's " Catcli 
that catch can" is the first edition of 
" The Musical Companion." Tlie 
Second Part has a separate title-page, 
but the pagination is continuous. 
The composers named are: J. Hilton, 
Cranford, T. Hohnes, W. Lawes, 
S. Ive, E. Nelham, T. Breiver, J. 
Tailor, Stoner, W. Bird, W. Child, 
]V. Hoices, W. Webb, W. Ellis, J. 
Smitli, J. Cobb, J. Wilson, Wltite, 
T. Pierce, G. Holmes, W. Smegergill, 
W. Gregory, J. Savile, N. Freeman, 
Lannere, J. Playford, M. Locke, li. 
Hill, G. H., H. Lawes, E. Colman, 
L. Hodemonte, H. Pursell, J. Banis- 
ter, S. Taylor, N. Lanncare, T. 
Tempest and H. Cooke. 
[Another copy.] A. 412. a. 

The ^lusical Companion, in Two Books. 
The First Book containing Catches and 
Rounds for Three Voyces. The Second 
Book containing Dialogues, Glees, Ayres 
and Songs for Two, Three and Four Voyces. 
Collected... by Jo Playford, etc. Printed by 
W[illiam] Godbid for John Playford : 
London, 16[72.] obi. 4°. A. 412. b. 

The title-page is mutilated. Tlie Second 
Book has a separate title-page, but 
the pagination is continuous. In 
this edition the following composers' 
najnes fi rst occur : Jenkins, R.John- 
son, J. Goodgroome, J. Banister, G. 
VOL. II. 



Holmes, Morley, B. Rogers, Campion, 
0. Gibbons, Deering, R. Fleckno and 
B. WaUington. 

MUSICAL COMPANION. The 

ilusical Companion, in Two Books. The 
First Book containing Catches and 
Rounds for Three Voyces. The Second 
Book containing Dialogues, Glees, Ayres 
and Songs for Two, Three, and Four 
Voyces. Collected. . .by J. Playford, etc. 
(An Additional Sheet to the Book entitled 
The ^lusical Companion.) Printed by 

W{illiam] Godbid for John Playford: 
London, 1673. (1672.) obi. 4". A. 412. c. 
The Second Book has a separate title- 
page, dated 1672, but the pagina- 
tion is continuous. This edition 
differs from that of 1672 in having 
two additional leaves after p. 112. 
Catch that Catch Can : or the Second 
Part of the Musical Companion ; being a 
Collection of New Catches, Songs, and 
Glees, never printed before. Printed by 
J[ohn\ Pilayford the Younger] for John 
Playford : London, 1685. 4". K. 3. m. 13. 
TJie comjmsers named arc : H. Aldridgc, 
H. Purcell, J. Blow, J. Lenton, 
W. Turner, M. Wise, J. Jackson, 
R. Smith, J. Roffey, F. Forcer, 
J. Moss, W. Lawes, J. Reading, S. 
Ives, T. I'udway, E. Frost, M. Locke, 
J. Hilton, J. Playford and W. Pizing. 

The Second Book of the Pleasant Jlusical 
Companion. Being a New Collection of 
Select Catches, Songs, and Glees for Two 
and Three Voices. The Second Edition cor- 
rected and much enlarged. (A New Addi- 
tional Sheet to the Catch-Book.) Printed 
for John Playford : London, 1686. obi. 4°. 

A. 412. d. 
A presentation copy from Joint Play- 
ford, tvitJi his autograph [dated 
October, 1685) on the title-page, to 
John Jackson, tchose autograph is at 
tlw end of the Cambridge Catcli. The 
following names in this edition are not 
in that of 1685 ; T. Farmer, J. Wilso7i, 
B. Isaack, R. BroiV7i, J. Jackson, F. 
Farmiloe, J. Banister and R. Broivne. 
The Second Book of the Pleasant Musical 
Companion : Being a Choice Collection of 
Catches for Three and Four Voices... 
Compos'd by Dr. John Blow, the late 
Mr. Henry Purcell. and other Imminent 
Masters. The Fourth Edition, corrected 
and much enlarged. William Pearson, for 
Henry Playford : London, 1701. obi. 4". 

A. 412. e. 
The following names of composers occur 
in this collection : J. Blow, H. Purcell, 
M. Wise, T. Tudway, J. Eccles, J. 
Wilson, J. Roffee, Gillier, J. Gilbert, J. 
Lenton, J. Beading, B. Isaack, J. Jack- 
son, R. Brown aiul S. Ackeroyd. 



178 



MUSICAL— MUSICUS 



MUSICAL COMPANION. Supple- 
ment of New Catches, to the Second 
Book of the Pleasant Musical Companion. 
Containing the Choicest Catches by Dr. 
John Blow, and the late ]Mr. Henry 
Purcell, and other Eminent ^Masters. 
William Pearson, for Henry Playford . . . 
and J. Hare : London, 1702. obi. 4". 

A. 412. g. 
This collection contains ncwied composi- 
tions by J.Bloio and J. Clarke. 

The Second Book of the Pleasant Musical 
Companion... The Fifth Edition, corrected 
and much enlarged. Printed by William 
Pearson for Henry Playfoixl . . . and 
J. Hare : 'London, 1707. obi. 4°. 

A. 412. f. 

The composers named in tliis edition 

and not in that of 1701 are : 

J. Isum, J. Clarke, H. Hall, Dr. 

Turner, Morgan and Williams. 

The Pleasant ^Musical Companion : The 

Sixth Edition, corrected and enlarged : 

containing above 120 Catches. Printed 

by William Pearson, and sold by John 

Ycnmg : London, 1720. obi. 4". 

A. 412. h. 
The new names in this edition are : Dr. 
Aldrich, Dr. Cxsar and J. Church. 
The Pleasant ^Musical Companion. The 
Nineth Edition, Corrected and Enlarged : 
Containing above 120 Catches. Printed 
by William Pearson, and sold by John 
Young : I^ondon, 1726. obi. 4». 

A. 412. i. 
Imperfect, wanting pp. 9-10. 

The Pleasant Musical Companion . . the 
Tenth Edition, corrected ; and several 
new Catches. J. Johnson : London, 

[1740?] obi. 4». A. 412. j. 

Engraved throughout. 
The ]\Iusical Companion. 
See Davis (J. F.) 

The ^Musical Companion. 
See HowAED (S.) 
The ^lusical Companion. 
See Stephenson (J.) 

MUSICAL COMPASS 

Compass. (The Musick Grammar.) [Three 
engraved plates, with 4 pages of musical 
grammar in rhyme.] 

Printed for J. Gillibrand : 
[London,'] 1684. 4" 557*. e. 25. (3.) 

MUSICAL COURTSHIP. The Musical 
Courtship. Dialogue. See Hook (J.) 

MUSICAL DOMINO, ilusical Domino, 
a new Game. [Instructions and engraved 
music] J. Wallis : London, 1793. fol. 

558*. c. 36. (4.) 

MUSICAL ENTERTAINER. The 

Musical Entertainer. [Songs.] 

See BiCKHAM (G.) 



Songs. 
Songs. 
[Anthems.] 

The Musicall 



MUSICAL LADY. Love's a sweet and 
soft Musician. A Favourite Song. Sung 
by ^Miss Pope, in the Musical Lady. 
[Words by G. Colman the elder.] 
{London, 1773.] s. sh. 4". 159. ii. 5. 

London Magazine, Nov., 1773. 

MUSICAL MAGAZINE. The Musical 

^Magazine. See Oswald (.J.) 

The Musical JNIagazine, or Compleat 

Pocket Companion. 

S'-e Periodical Publications. — London. 

MUSICAL MISCELLANY. The 

Musical Miscellany ; being a Collection of 
Choice Songs, set to the Violin and Flute, 
by the most Eminent Masters. 6 vols. 
J. Watts : London, 1729(-1731). 8^ 

C. 373. 
Vols. 1 d- 2 arc dated 1729 ; 3 d 4—1730 ; 
5 d 6 — 1731. Tlie cotnjjosers named 
are : Galliard, N. Haym, Tenoe, 
Leveridge, Weldon, Gouge, Geminiani, 
Cole, Carey, Burgess, Greene, Pepusch, 
J. Grano, Bamondon, Handel, Munro 
or Monro, Webber, J. Sheeles, A. 
Whichello, Dicxipart, Holmes, Brails- 
ford, Eavenscroft, Bononcini, Barrett, 
Vincent, D. Purcell, J. Graves, A. 
Young, D. Bizzio, Belts, Flemming, 
Croft, Seedo, King James V. of Scot- 
land, Charke, Potter, H. Purcell, B. 
Aldrich and Trcvers [Tj-avers]. 
The ilusical Miscellany. [Songs.] 
Set Smith (A.) 

MUSICALISCHER LEUTHE SPIE- 
GEL. Musicalischer Leuthe Spiegel, 
Das ist : Ein Extract auss dem Welt- 
beriihmten Ertz-Schelmen Judas Tractat, 
Welcher Spiegel sich vor Ehrlichen 
Leuthen wol darff sehen, und mit 1. 
Tenor- Sing-Stimm, nebenst 2. Violinen, 
doppelten General-Bass, (auch 2. Violen, 
so ad placitum,) horen lassen. Gesetzt 
und kerauss gegeben von einem Deutschen 
Spaniol in Griechenland, wie auch ge- 
druckt daselbsten, etc. 1687. 4". 

B. 1150. 
Tlie Tenor part only. 

MUSICALISCHER ZEIT - VER - 
TREIB. ilusicalischer Zeit-Vertreib 
welchen man sich bey vergonten Stunden, 
auf dem beliebten Clavier, durch Singeu 
und Spielen auserlesener Oden, vergnttg- 
lich machen kan. Franckfurt und 

Leipzig, 1743. 4". D. 718. (2.) 

MUSICO-ORATORICO-POLITICO. 

See Minuets. [XII. ]\Iiuuets . . . with a 
Dedication signed ' ^Nlusico - Oratorico - 
Politico.'] [1780 ?] obi. 4°. 

b. 57. c. (3.) 

MUSICUS AUTODIDAKTOS. Musi- 
cus avToSiSaxTos, oder Der sich selbst 
informirende Musicus, bestehend sowohl 
in Vocal- als iiblicher Instrumcntal-lMusi- 



MUSIKALISCHE— MY 



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que, welcher liber 24. Sorten . . . Iiistru- 
mente beschreibet . . . ans Licht gestellet 
...voneinem Dor in praxi erfahren [i.e. 
J. P. Eisel.] Verlegt von J. M. Fanckeii : 
Erfurt, 1738. -l". 557*. c. 27. 

MUSIKALISCHE UNTERHALT- 
UNG-EN. :\Iusikalische Unterhaltungeii . 
Erstes Quartal, von Neujahr bis Ostern 
1775. Bcij A. F. Bohme : 

Leipzig, [1775.] 4°. E. 247. 

MUSIKALISCHER POTPOURRI. 

Musikalischer Potpourri, fiir Liebbaberin- 

nen und Freunde des Gesangs uud 

Claviers. Dargestellt von Abeille, Eiden- 

benz und Schwegler. Mit einem Blatt 

von Schubart. Erstes Vierteljabr. (Musi- 

kalischer Potpourri, Zweytes ( — Viertes) 

Vierteljabr. Herausgegeben von Abeille, 

Eidenbenz, Schwegler, Zumsteeg.) (Musi- 

kalischcr Potpourri, Fiinftos Heft.) 5 pts. 

Gedrukt bei den Gcbriidern Mdntler : 

Stuttgart, etc. 1790-1. obi. 4". B. 710. 

Pts. 2-5 are published by Abeille. The 

composers tiamcd in this work are : 

Abeille, Eidenbenz, Schwegler, ScJiu- 

bart, Regnaud, Zumstecg, Boccherini, 

Deller, D. Weber, Hay In, Mozart, 

C. a. Weber aiul Wetschki. 

MUSIQUE. [A Broadside with the head- 
ing " IMusique," shewing the various 
sounds, intervals and musical signs ; 
surrounded by a border in which are 
represented various musical instruments.] 
[Pai is •? 1650 ?j s. sh. fol. 

1801. d. 1. (7.) 
Choix de Musique, dedi^ a S. A. S. Mon- 
seigneur le Due Regnant des Deux-Ponts. 
36 u"\ [Paris,] 1783(-1784.) 4". 

E. 367. 
A Periodical Publication, containing 
vocal a)ul instrumental music by Baron 
de Rumling, Dcvienne Jr., G. Andre- 
ozzi, Karr, Lachnith V aini, P. Sales, 
M^reaic, de Nerciat, B. Mengozzi, de 
St. George, Fontaine, H. J. Bigcl, 
Bianchi,Abb<i Rose, Toeschi, L. Mayer, 
G. Hemerlein, Abt Vogler, Gossee, 
Martini, C. Mayer, de Fontenct, 
Gritry, Nittel, William, Dizaides, 
Paisiello, Sivol, Lenoble, Bartelmont, 
Edelmann, Tapray, Foignct, Sacchini, 
Piccini, Haydn, Clcmcnti, Blin de la 
Codre, Couperin, and Mdlles. Ray, 
Potiillard and de Bcauniesnil. 

MUSOMACHIA. :Musomachia id est 
Bellum !Musicale. 
See Laurembergius (P.) 

M D SS ARD ( ) Nouvaux Principes pour 
apprendre a jouer de la Flutte Traversiere. 
Avec des Idees precises . . . des principes 
de Musique suivis d'une Collection d'Airs 
en Duo, etc. Chez VAuteur : 

Paris, [1780?] ohl. ■^\ b. 172. 



MUSSINI (NicoLo) Six Romances 
(tiroes des Oeuvres de M' de Florian) avec 
Accompagnement de Forte-piano et Yiolon 
oblige. . .Oeuvre v. Chez VAuteur : 

Berlin, [1800?] obi. ioL E. 870. (11.) 

MUSSOLINI (Cesare) Six New Songs 
and Six Minuets . . . with a New Pastoral 
Air. . .Adapted for y' Guittar & Mandolin 
with Accompanyments for the Harpsichord 
& Violin, etc. Printed. . . by the Author : 
London, [1790?] fol. G. 805. k. (11.) 

MUST. Must Love that Tyrant of the 
Breast. Song. See King (R.) 
INIust then a faithful lover go. Song. 
See Eccles (J.) [The Mad Lover.] 

MUSTAFA. 3Iustafa di Trabisouda. 

[Song.] 

See Paisiello (G.) [La Locanda.] 

MUTUAL. IMutual Love. Song [begins : 
' \Yer't thou yet fairer than thou art ']. 
See Defesch (W.) 

^lutual Love. [Song, begins : ' How few 
among the thousand pairs.'] 
>■< e Larken ( ) 

MUZIO SCEVOLA. The Most Favourite 
Songs in the Opera of Muzio Scsevola. 
Compos'd by Three Famous Masters [viz., 
F. Mattei, G. B. Bonoucini, and G. F. 
Handel ; the words by P. A. Rolli]. 

Printed for R. Mcares : London, 
[1721.] fol. G. 192. (2.) 

The favourite Songs in the Opera call'd 
Muzio Scsevola. [By F. Mattei, G. B. 
Bononcini and G. F. Handel.] 
Printed for I. Walsli. . .d: Ino. and Joseph 
Hare : London, [1721 ?] fol. G. 158. 
Pupille sdegnose. Muzio [Song, by G. F. 
Handel] sung by Sign' Senesino in the 
Opera of Muzio Scaevola. London, 

1722 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1601. (363.) 

MY. My ain kind Dearie, with Variations. 
[1801.] .See Periodical Publications. — 
London. The Piano-Forte Magazine, 
Vol. XIII. [No. 6b.] [1797-1802.] 8". 

D. 8571. 
My Banks. [Song.] See Arne (T. A.) 
My Banks they are furnish'd. [Song.] 
The Words by W. Shenstone. [Music by 
T. A. Arne.] R. Falkcner : London, 

[1775?] s.sh.iol. H. 1994. a. (78.) 
:My Bliss too long my Bride denies. 
[Song.] 

See Ajbne (T. A.) [TJie Merchant of Venice.] 
'My brave City Friends. Slierijf Janssen's 
Health. A Song to the Tune of Bumpers 
Esquire Jones, writ in 1750, (but now 
first publish'd) and Sung in Stationer's 
Hall, when Mr. Alderman Jaussen was 
Master of the Company. [Loiidon, 

1755 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. e. (90.) 

My Breast with tender Pity swells. Song. 
See Haendel (G. F.) [Hercules.] 

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MY 



MY. ^ly channel- ! come bless me ! Song. 
,-.'»',- Arsace. [Figiirati cstintc] 
My Colin leaves fair London Town. A 
Favorite Song. Sung at Rauelagb. 

Llonqman'] & B[wdcnp : London, 
1785?] s. s;;.. fol. G. 310. (112.) 

I\Iy Cottage in the lowly Dell. [Song.J 
See Ambrose (J.) 

My Daddy is a cauker'd Caiie. Low down 
in the Broom. A New Song. 
[London, 1760.] 8". 158. 1. 5. 

London Magazine, 17G0, p. 486. 
My Daddy is a cross old man. Loiv down 
in the broom. [Song.] Sung by ISIiss 
Davies at Marybone. [London, 

1770?] fol. I. 530. (104.) 

My Daddy 0. Song. See. Hook (J.) 
My daddy was gone to the market. [Song.] 
Sung by Miss Brown, at Sadler's Wells. 
[London, 1763.] 8". P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. XXXIII. , 
p. 322. 
My days have been so wondrous free. 
Love and Innocence. AneioSong. [Words 
by T. Parnell.] [London, 

1710?] s.sh.iol. H. 1601. (309.) 

[Another edition.] My days have been 
so wondrous free. Love and Innocence, 
etc. [London, 11201^ s.sh.iol. 

G. 305. (235.) 

[Another setting.] My days were once 
so wondrous free. A Song. The Words 
by Dr. Parnel. [London, 1739.] 8°. 
^ 249. c. 9. 

Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. IX., p. 656. 
[Another setting.] ^ly days have been 
so wond'rous free. [Song.] 
See Jackson (W.) of Exeter. [12 Songs, 
Op. 1. No. 4.] 

My dear Cockadoodle. Song. 
See Campaigners. 

My dear ^Mistress has a heart. The Fickle 
Fair. A New Song [by T. A. Arne], sung 
by ]\lr. Lowe at Marvbon-Gardens. 
[London, 1751.] 8°. 157. L 13. 

London Magazine, 1751. p. 36. 
My dear :\listres3 has a Heart. The Fickle 
Fair. A new French Horn Song [words 
by the Earl of Rochester, music by T. A. 
Arne.] Sung by Mr. Lowe ... at ]Mary- 
bon Gardens. [London, 1160?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 227. (9.) 
My dear Mistress has a Heart. The Fickle 
Fair, etc. [By T. A. Arne.] .See Chloe. 
Chloe, or the Musical Magazine, etc. 
No. 50. [1760 ?] fol. G. 433. 

[Another edition.] My dear Mistress has 
a Heart. The Fickle Fair, etc. [London, 
1760?] s. sh. fol. G. 305. (274.) 

[Another edition.] My dear Mistress has 
a Heart. The Fickle Fair, etc. [London, 
1765 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (102.) 



MY. My dearest life, were thou my Wife. 
The Chaise Marine. [Song.] [London, 
1765 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 305. (76.) 

My Delia is the blooming Fair. Absent 
Delia. [Song.] Blundell :[ London , 

1780?] s. s/i. fol. G. 310. (116.) 

My Doe is my Dear. Song. 
.See Reeve (W.) [Merry Sherwood.] 
]\Iy Dog and my Mistress are both of a 
kind. Cherry it Merry. [Song.j Sung 
by Mr. Cooke at Sadlers Wells. [London, 
1775?] s.sh. fol. G. 316. j. (15.) 

My Dolly was the fairest thing. [Song. - 
See Love in a Village. 
My drowsy pow'rs, why sleep ye so? 
Hymn. [Words bv I. Watts.] London, 
1778.] 8", ^ P.P. 716. b. 

Gospel Magazine, Nov., 1778. 
My Eyes may speak Pleasure. Song. 
See DiBDiN (C.) [The Christmas Tale.] 

My Fair has each enchanting Art. Thr 
Fickle Nymph. [Song.] 
S[amuel] A[nn and] P[eter] T[hompson : 
London, Vim'!] s.sh.iol. G. 310. (95.) 

My Fair is beautifuU as Love. [Song.J 

See Savage (W.) 

My fair one Adieu. A Favorite Song to 

the Tune of the Milanese INIarch. 

G. S[mart : London, 1785?] s. sit. fol. 

G. 310. (98.) 

]\Iy fair ye Swains is gone astray. Pliillis. 
rSong.] [LoHfZon, 1750?] s. .s7i. fol. 

G. 316. c. (28.) 
My Fanny long I woo'd and lov'd. Proper 
Fanny. A New Song. 
[London, 1765.] 8". P.P. 5438.^z. 

Universal Magazine , Vol. XXXVI., p. 374. 
My Father is King of the Gypsies. The 
Fortune Teller. A Favourite Song. 
W. C. : [London, 1780 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (110.) 
My Fiddle and Flora. Fiddle and Flora. 
rSong.l [LoHcZo?;, 1730?] s.sh.iol. 
^ G. 316. e. (83.) 

My fond Shepherds of late were so ble>t. 
My fond Shciilierds. [Song from T. A. 
Arne's Opera, ' Eliza.'] Sung by Sig" 
Frasi. [London, 1155?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 310. (101.) 
My fond shepherds of late were so blest. 
Song. In the Opera of Eliza. [By T. A. 
Arne.] [London, 1757.] 8". 158. I. 2. 

London Magazine, 1757, p. 556. 
[Another edition.] My fond Shepherds, 
etc. [From T. A. Arne's Opera,' Eliza. "J 
[London, 1760 ?] s.sh.iol. 

H. 1994. a. (173.) 

;iMy fond shepherds of late were so blest. 
Song. Sec Eliza. 

:My friend and 1 we drank. Bacchus over- 
come. [Song.] [London, 
1710?] s.sh.iol. H. 1601. (299.) 



MY 



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MY. My Friend, when a Captive. Song. 
See Saudeksox (J.) [Black Beard.} 
My God, now I from Sleep awake. Mul- 
night Hijmn, [words] hv Bishop Kenn. 
[London, 1763.] 8". " P.P. 324. w. 
Christian's Magazine, Aug., 17G3, p. 373. 
My Goddess Celia Heavenly Fair. Celia 
the Fair. A new Song. [Words in 
imitation of Cornelius Gallus by the Earl 
of Rochester, music by G. i\Ionro.] 
[London, 1130?} s. sh. lo\. 

G. 310. (90.) 
[Another edition.] ]\Iy Goddess Celia. 
Celia the Fair, etc. [London, 

1730 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. e. (77.) 

My Grandmother's Cot. Ballad. 
See Arne (M.) 

My Heart is devoted dear I\Iary to thee. 
Song. See Hook (J.) 

;My Heart is ev'ry Beauty's Prey. Song. 
.•>ee Danby (J.) 

My Heart, lovely Mary, is thine. Ballad. 
Sie Ross (J.) 

My Heart went to the Fair. Song. See 
As. As down the Cowslip Vale I stray'd. 
[1780?] s. s/(. fol. G. 306. (126.) 

^ly Heart with joy is thrilling. Duetto. 
Si'i' Ross (J.) 

'My Heart's soft emotions. Bel the 
Brunette. A favourite New Song. 
J. Lee : Duhlin, [1780 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. b. (68.) 
My Heart's with sweet Peggy O'Brauuau. 
Banks of the Sliannon. A favourite Irish 
isong. Sk[iUern : London, 

1795 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 807. b. (41.) 

My Jamie is a bonny Lad. Song. 
See Addison (J.) 

My Jenny and I have toil'd. Wliat is 
that to you ? A favourite Scotch Song, 
sung by Mr. Vernon at Vauxhall. 
[London, 1774.] s. sh. 4". 159. n. 6. 

London Magazine, July, 1774. 
;My Jemmy is cross'd quite over the IMain. 
Jemmy. A favourite new Scotch Ballad. 

J[ohn ?] W[elcker ! : I^ondon, 
1780?] s.sh.iol. G. 310. (99.) 

My Jockey is a gentle Youth. [Song.] 
See Ross (J.) 

^ly Jockey is the blithest lad. Jockey, a 
favourite new Scotch Ballad, sung by 
^Irs. Baddeley, at Vauxhall. 
[London, 1767.] S". P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. XIjI., p. 156. 
My Jockey is the blithest Lad. Jockey. 
A Favourite Scotch Ballad. 
[London, 1110 -1] s.sh.iol. 

G. 305. (73.) 
[Another edition.] My Jockey is the 
blithest Lad. A Favourite Song, Sung 
by Mrs. Baddelv, etc. 
[Lomlon, 1770?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. a. (165.) 



MY. [Another edition.] My Jockey is the 
blithest Lad. A Favourite Song. Sung 
by Mrs. Baddely, etc. 
[London, 1770 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (123.) 
[Another edition.] My Jockey is the 
Blithest Lad. Jockey, etc. 
[London, 1110?] s.sh.io\. 

H. 1994. a. (39.) 
My Journey is Love. [Song.] 
See Reeve (W.) [Mirth's Museum.] 
IMy Laddie is gang'd far away. New 
Jockey. A Favourite Scotch Song, sung 
by Miss Froud at Marybone Gardens. 
[London, 1768.] 8°. 158. 1. 13. 

London Magazine, 1768, ^). 603. 
My Laura sighs. [Song.] 
See Ambrose (J.) 

My little blithsom Sparrow. Song. 
See Pleyel (I. J.) 

My Lodging is on the cold ground. My 
Lodging. A Favorite Mad Song. [Words 
from ' The Rivals,' an adaptation (attri- 
buted to Sir W. Davenant) of ' The Two 
Noble Kinsmen.'] Ka[therine] F[entu]'m : 
[London, 1780 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (117.) 
[Another edition.] ^ly Lodging is on the 
cold ground, etc. 
[London, 1785 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 2818. (30.) 
My Lodging is on the Cold Ground. 
[Song.] See Harrison (S.) 
My Lord and my Lady. A New Song. 
[By T. A. Arne ?] 
[London, 1750?] s. s7i. fol. 

I. 530. (105.) 

My Love she's but a Lassie yet. [Song.] 
See Urbani (P.) 

My Love to War is going. A Song [the 
words by Miss Alderson, afterwards Mrs. 
Opie] with an accompaniment for the 
Piano Forte. [By E. S. Biggs.] 

R. Birchall, for the Author : London, 
[1795?] fol. G. 356. (55.) 

[Another setting.] My Love to War is 
going. [Song.] Set Twiss ( ) Two 
Songs. No. 1. 

My love was once a bonny lad. The 
Floioer of Edingburgh, etc. [Song.J 
[London, 1749.] 8°. P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. IV., p. 175. 
My Love was once a bonny lad. The 
Floioer of Edinburgh. [Song.] Set for 
the German Flute. [London, 

1760?] s.sh.iol. 1.530.(106.) 

[Another copy.] G. 316. e. (76.) 

[Another edition.] My Love was once a 
bonny Lad. The Flower of Edinbiirgh. 
[London, 1765 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. b. (55.) 
IMy lovely Nymph. [Song.J 
See Nicholson (I.) 



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MY. ily Maid ]\Iary. The Spmning Lass. 
rSong.l [ London, nio?] s. sh. lol. 

G. 316. e. (84.) 

My Maid Mary she minds her dairy. The 
Dairy Maid. [Song.] 

Str[aight] d Sk[illern : London. 
1775?] s.sh.tol. G. 310. (125.) 

My mantling spirits mount apace. Duett. 
See Cooke (T. S.) 

My mother wou'd fain have oblig'd me to 
wed. The Girl of Spirit. [Song.] Sung 
at Sadlers Wells. [London, 176G.] 8^ 

P.P. 5441. 

Royal Magazine, Vol. XIV., p. 45. 
My Mother would fain have oblig'd me to 
wed. The Girl of S2)irit. A new Song. 
[London, 1766.] 8°. P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. XXXVIII., 
p. 99. 

My Nanny 0. [Song.] See While. 
While some for pleasure waste their 
health. [1720?] s. s/(. fol. 

G. 305. (140.) 

My Native Vale. [Song.] Sec Relfe (J.) 

My Own Fire Side. [Song.] 
See Ambrose (J.) 

My Passion is as mustard Strong. A Netu 
Song to old Similies. [Words attributed 
to J. Gay, to the tune of ' Rogero.'] 
[London, 1730 ?] s. sh. M. 

G. 310. (91.) 

[Another copy.] G. 303. (56.) 

[Another copy.] G. 305. (138.) 

My Patie is a Lover gay. Corn Biggs are 
bonny. [Song, from A. Ramsay's ' Gentle 
Shepherd.'] [London, 

1740?] s.sh.iol. G. 310. (86.) 

[Another edition.] My Patie is a Lover 
gay. Corn Biggs are bonny. [Song.] 
[LomZoji, 1750 ?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 316. e. (79.) 

My Patie is a Lover gay. Corn Biggs are 
bonny. A New Song. [London, 1772.] 8°. 

P.P. 5438. z. 
Universal Magazine, Vol. L.,p. 97. 

[Another setting.] My Patie is a Lover 
gay. Corn Biggs are bonny. [Song.] 
Sung by IMiss Jameson, etc. [Music by J. 
Hook.] C[harles and] S[a7nuel] T[homp- 
son : London, 1774.] s. sli. fol. 

G. 310. (126.) 
From TJiompson's Second Collection of 
Hook's Vauxhall Songs for 1774. 

My Peggie, if thou die. [Song.] Sung by 
Mr. Lowe, etc. See Chloe. (Jhloe, or the 
Musical jNlagazine, etc. No. 51. 
[1760?] fol. G. 433. 



My Peggie if thou die. 
Love never more, etc. 



[Song.] See Love. 

[1765?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 316. e. (74.) 



MY. My Peggy is a young thing. Scotch 

Song. [Words by A. Ramsay, music by J. 

Hook.] Sung by Mr. Vernon at Vauxhall. 

C[harles and] S[amucl] T[hompson : 

London, 1775 ?] s. sli. fol. 

G. 310. (111.) 

My Phillida, adieu love. Arietta. 

See Mellish ( ) Miss. 

My Plaint in no one Pity moves. [Song.] 

See Storage (S.) [The Siege of Belgrade.] 

My Polly is lovely. Polly. [Song.] The 

INIusic by an Eminent INIaster. 

A. P[ortal : London, 1780 ?] s. sit. fol. 

G. 310. (113.) 

My pritty lovely charming Fair. Song. 
See Graves (J.) 

My Saviour, my Almighty Friend. Hymn . 
See E., H. 

My Shepherd is gone far away. Absent 
Jockey. [Song.] Sung at Marybone 
Gardens. B. Falkencr : Ijondon, 

[1775?] s.sh.iol. H. 1994. a. (96.) 
My Soger Laddie is over the Seas. The 
Soger Laddie. [Song, words chiefly 
written by A. Ramsay.] [London, 

1740 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (94.) 

[Another edition.] My Soger Laddie is 
over the Seas. The Soger Laddie. 
[London, 1150?] s.sh.iol. 

H. 1994. b. (56.) 

INIy Soger Laddie is over the Seas. TJic 
Soger Laddie. [Song.] [London, 11 50.] 8". 

P.P. 5438. z. 
Universal Magazine, Vol. VII., p. 318. 

My Soger Laddie is over the Seas. The 
Soger Laddie. [Song.] 
See Chloe. Chloe, or the INIusical IMaga- 
zine, etc. No. 20. [1760 ?] fol. 

G. 433. 
[Another setting.] My Soger Laddie is 
over the Sea. The Soger Laddie. [Song.] 
Sung by Mrs. Ward at Marybone Gardens. 
C[harlcs and] S[amuel] T[hompson : 
London, 11151] s.sh.iol. 

G. 310. (100.) 

My Song shall be of Mercy. Solo Anthem. 
See Kent (J.) 

My Soul, praise the Lord. Part of the 
civth Psalm. Set to ]\Iusic for Two 
Voices. [London, 1762.] 8". 

P.P. 324. n. 
Christian's Magazine, Oct., 1762, p. 472. 

My soul rejects the thought with scorn. 
Song. See Haendel (G. F.) [Saxd.] 

My Spirits are mounting. Song. 
See Wilson ( ) Singer. 

My temples with clusters of grapes I'll 
entwine. In Praise of Wo7nan, etc. 
[Song.] [London, 1763.] 8". 

P.P. 5441. 
Boyal Magazine, Vol. IX., p. 157. 



]\IY— MYSTERIES 



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MY. My temples with clusters of grapes I'll 
entwine. In Praise of Woman. [Song.] 
Set for the German Flute. (]Minuet de 
Swedois.) \London, 1763.] 8". P.P. 5140. 

Lady's Magazine, Vol. V.,pp. 625-6. 
[Another setting.] My Temples with 
Clusters of Grapes I'll entwine. In 
Praise of Woman. [Song.] Sung hy 
Mr. Prentise at Sadlers Wells. [London, 
1770?] s. s7t. fol. H. 1994. a. (34.) 

[Another edition.] My Temples with 
Clusters of Grapes I'll entwine. The 
Goblet of Wine. [Song.] [London, 

1775 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (103.) 

[Another edition.] My Temples with 
Clusters of Grapes I'll entwine. In Praise 
of Wojnen. [Song.] [London, 

1780?] s.sh.iol. 1.530.(107.) 

My Thyrsis was the gentlest Youth. 
Song. See Cooke (J.) 
]\Iy time, ye muses, was happily spent. 
Song. See Haet (W.) 
]My true Love far away. Song, 
Sec Son-in-Law. 
My Valentine. Ballad. 
See HoRSLEY (W.) 

:My William I have lost. William far 
uivay. [Song.] E. PJiames: [Dublin, 

1780?] s.sh.iol. H. 1601. b. (98.) 

My Willy was a Sailor hold. [Song.] 
See Sanderson (J.) [Black Beard.] 

Mv wishing Ej-es. Song. 
Sec Weldon (J.) 

MY GRANDMOTHER. :\ry Grand- 
mother. IMusical Entertainment. 
See Storage (S.) 

MYRA. Myra. [Song, hegins : ' Say Myra, 
why is gentle Love.'] See Howard (S.) 
Myra. A Pastoral Elegy for three Voices. 
See Untimely. Untimely bow'd by Fate's 
relentless hand. [1790 ?] fol. 

H. 2826. c. (15.) 

Myra of the Vale. Ballad. 
See BoHLius (J. H.) 

MYRTIL ET LYCORIS. D'une Rose 
fraiche eclose. Ariette de Myrtil et Lycoris 
[hy L. B. Desormery], avec Accompagne'"' 
de Basse. (Que le pur Crystal. Air, du 
meme Opera.) [Paris, 1777.] 8". 

B. 362. e. (110.) 

]\Iyrtil et Lycoris. Pastorale. 
See Desormery (L. B.) 

MYRTILLA. MyrtiUa. [Song, begins; 
' See :Myrtilla heav'nly Maid.'] 
See Adams (J. B.) 

MyrtiUa. [Song.] See Ye. YeChearful 
Virgins have ye seen, etc. 
[1760 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1994. a. (35.) 
IMyrtilla like time is always a flying. 
-■1 Neiu Song. [London, 

1720 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1601. (298.) 



MYRTILLO. How happy are we. A 
Song in the Mask of Martillo. [Music hy 
J. C. Pepusch.] [London, 

1716.] s. sh. fol. H. 1601. (207.) 

The icords of this song are not in Gibber's 
Mask of Myrtillo as printed in 1777. 
[Another edition.] How happy are we. 
A Song, etc. [London, I'JIO '>] s.sh.iol. 

G. 308. (81.) 
The lover for the favour presses. A Song 
in the Mask caU'd Martillo. [Music by 
J. C. Pepusch.] [London, 

1716.] s. sh. fol. H. leOi. (455.) 

The words of this song arc not in Gibber's 
Mask of Myrtillo as printed in 1777. 
[Another edition.] The Lover for the 
Favour presses, etc. [London, 

1716?] s.sh. fol. G. 312. (41.) 

happy jMartillo. A Song in the IMask 
of :Martillo. [Words by C. Gibber, music 
by J. C. Pepusch.] [London, 

1716.] s. sh. fol. H. 1601. (356.) 

[Another edition.] O happy Martillo, etc. 
[London, 1716.] fol. G. 310. (289.) 

Prepare Love the happy day. A Song 
in the mask of Myrtillo, etc. [Music by 
J. C. Pepusch.] [London, 

1716.] s. sh. fol. H. 1601. (369.) 

The tvords of this song are not in Gibber's 
Mask of Myrtillo as printed in 1777. 
Soft desires. A Song in the Mask of 
Myrtillo. [Music by J. C. Pepusch.] 
[London, 1716.] s. sh. fol. G. 311. (68.) 

The icords of this song arc not in Gibber's 
Mask of Myrtillo as piinted in 1777. 

MYSLIVECEK (Josef) Six Easy Di- 
vertimentos for the Harpsichord or Piano- 
Forte. Longman d Broderip : London. 
[1780?] o6Z. fol. e. 5. f. (8.) 

Six easy lessons for the Harpsichord. 

Gorri & Sutherland : Edinburgh, 
[1780?] fol. g. 442. a. (15.) 

Six Orchestra Trios for two Violins and a 
Violoncello. [Separate Parts.] Welcker : 
London, [1780?] fol. g. 697. 

Six Overtures for two Violins, two Hoboys, 
two French Horns, two Tenors, with a 
Thorough Bass for the Harpsichord or 
Violoncello, etc. [Orchestral Parts.] 

Printed for W. Napier : London, 
[1775?] fol. g. 474. a. (12.) 

[Another copy.] g. 474. (8.) 

Six Sonatas for the Piano Forte or Harp- 
sichord with an Accompaniment for a 
Violin. Printed for G. d; S. Thompson : 
London, [1775 ?] fol. g. 697. a;. 

See Kammed (A.) Six Overtures. . .by. . . 
III. Mislevecheck, etc. [1770 ?] fol. 

g. 474. (7.) 

MYSTERIES OP THE CASTLE. 

The Mysteries of the Castle. Dramatic 
Tale. See Shield (W.) 



18-4 



N— NANETTE 



N , . . , M. Vous efces ma belle amourette. 

Trio de M. N —Air, a voix seule sur 

les mesmes paroles. [Fans,] 

1730. s. sh. 4". 298. a. 11. 

Mcrcure de France, May, 1730. 

N". (Stefano) called Spadina. Sei Sonate 
a Due Violini, composte da Stofano N. 
detto Spadina, Gintiluomo Dalmatiuo. 
Opera Sesta. [Separate Parts.] 

Stampate a Spese di J. J. Hummel : 
Amstelodamo, [1770?] fol. 

h. 3212. g. (5.) 

NACHT. Nacht und Nebel. Duett. 
See Danzi (F.) [Der Kuss.] 

NACHTGALL (Ottmae) Musicae In- 
stitutiones Othmari Nactgall Argftini 
a nemiue unqua prius pari facilitate 
tentate, etc. loannes Knobloucli : 

Argcnioraci, 1515. 4°. K. 1. h. 13. 

10 leaves, without pagination, 34 lines 
to the full page. 
Musurgia seu praxis Musicte. Illius 
primo quae Instrumentis agitur certa 
ratio, ab Ottomaro Luscioio [i.e. 0. 
Naclitgall] Argeatino duobus Libris ab- 
soluta. Eiusdem Ottomari Luscinij, de 
Concentus polyphoni. . .Libri totidem. 

Aptid loanncm Schottmn : 
Argcntorati, 1536. ohl. 4°. K. 1. h. 14. 
102 pages, preceded by 3 and folloived by 
2 unnumbered leaves. The title-page 
bears the autograph of Dr. Pepusch. 
The verso of a 3. has a wood-cut 
representing Andreas Silvanus and 
Sebastianus Virdung. 

NADERMAN (FRAN901S Joseph) 
Deuxieme Pot-Pourri suivi de Plaisir 
d'Amour [by J. P. E. Martini] varie pour 
la Harpe, etc. Chez Nadcrman : 

Paris, [1800 ?] fol. h. 173. b. (12.) 

Troisieme Pot-Pourri, suivi d'un Air vari^ 
pour la Harpe, etc. CJiez Naderman : 

Paris, [1800?] fol. h. 173. b. (12*.) 
Trois Sonates pour la Harpe avec Accom- 
paguement de Violon et Violoncelle . . . 
ffiuvre 5""^. l''"' Livre de Sonates. No. 3. 
Chez Naderman : Paris, [1800?] fol. 

h. 173. c. (16.) 
The Harp part only. 
Grande Sonate pour la Harpe avec Accom- 
pagnement de Violon ct Basse. . .CEuvre 
11°. [Separate Parts.] Chez Nadcrman : 
Paris, [1800 ?] fol. li. 173. b. (10.) 

Sonate pour la Harpe avec Accompague- 
meut de Violon et Violoncelle, ad-libitum 
. . . 1"" Sonate de I'Oeuvre 12". [Separate 
Parts.] Chez Naderman : 

Paris, [1800?] fol. li. 173. b. (11.) 



NAE. Nae Lass] sa blithe as Jenny was 
Bannock Burn. A Favorite Scotch Song, 
sung by Mrs. Kennedy, at Vauxhall. 

Printed for T. Skillern : 
London, [1787 7] fol. H. 1653. (55.) 

NAEGELI (Hans Georg) 

See jMozart (W. A.) [6. Doubtful and 
Spurious Works.] Life let us cherish, c^c. 
[Song, by H. G. Naegeli.] 
[1800.] s. sh. obi. 4". 266. 1. 30. 

NAISSANCE. La Naissance de la Rose. 
[Song.] See Coebadx (A.) 
La Naissance de Monseigneur le Comte 
de Province. IMusette. ,S'ee Buey (B. de) 

NAISSANTES. Naissantes fleurs. Air. 
See Gretry (A, E. M.) [Cepliale ctProcris.] 

NAKED. The naked Truth. [Song.] 
See Ik. In story of old, etc. 
[1740?] s.s/(. fol. H. 1994. b. (45.) 

NAN. Nan of the Vale. [Song.] 
See Aene (T. A.) 

NANCY. The Nancy. [Song, begins : 
' Mayhap you have heard.'] 
See DiBDiN (C.) [Tlte Sj^hinx.] 
Nancy. [Song, begins : ' You ask how it 
comes.'] See Dibdin (C.) [.4 Tour to the 
Land's End.] 

Nancy. [Song.] See 'Twas. 'Twas 
underneath a Mayblown Bush, etc. 
[1770 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1994. a. (179.) 
Nancy dear. [Song.] 
See Dibdin (C.) [The General Election.] 
Nancy I have lost my Wig ; [Song,] as 
Sung by Mr. Parsley at the Amicable 
Society, etc. Bailey : [London, 1785 ?] 

s.sh.iol. G. 310. (144.) 

A parody of ' She2:)herds I have lost my 
love,' to the tune of Gramachree Molly. 
Nancy of the Vale. [Song.] SeePRiNG (J.) 
Nancy, or the Parting Lovers. Llusical 
Interlude. See Carey (H.) 

NANCY DAWSON. Nancy Dawson. 
Song. See Of. Of all the girls in our 
town, etc. [1760.] 8". P.P. 5438. z. 
Nancy Dawson. [Song.] See Of. Of all 
the Girls in our Town. [1760 ?] s. sh. fol. 

I. 530. (114.) 

NANCY GAY. Nancy Gay. [Song.] 
See W., Y. 

NANCY GUY. Nancy Guy. Song. 
See T., T. 

NANETTA E LUBINO. Nanetta e 
Lubiuo. Comic Opera. See Pugnani (G.) 

NANETTE ET LUCAS. Nanette et 
Lucas. Comedie melee d'Ariettes. 
See Heebain ( d') 



NANINE— NARDINI 



185 



NANIWE. Nanine, Sceur de Lait de la 
Keine de Golcoude ; Pastorale en trois 
Actes ; en Ariettes et Vaudevilles choisis. 
[By — Gondot.] 

Chez la Veuve Duchesne : A Geneve et a 
Paris, 1773. S\ 11738. f. 31. (2.) 

NANINO (Alessandro) See Nanino 
(G. M.) II Primo Libro delle Canzouette 
...di G. M. Nanino. Raccolte per A. 
Nanini, etc. 1599. 4". D. 196. 

H" A N I N" O (Giovanni Bernardino) 

Madrigali a cinque . . . Libro Terzo. Basso. 

Appresso Bartolovico Zannctti : 

Iloma, 1G12. 4". D. 166. 

H'ANINO (Giovanni Maria) II Primo 
Libro delle Canzonette a Tre Yoci... 
Raccolte per A. Nanini, & date in luce. 
Nouamente ristampate. Canto. (Tenorc.) 
2 pts. Appresso Angela Gardano : 

Venetia, 1599. 4°. D. 196. 

Di Gio Maria Naniuo. . .11 Primo libro de 
INIadrigali a Cinque voci Kouamente 
Ristampati, etc. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) 
(Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 pts. 

Appresso Angela Gardano : 
Yenctia, 1579. obi. 4°. A. 341. e. 

Wanting pp. 3-6 of the Canto part and 
pp. 3-G of the Tenor. 
Di Gio. Maria Nanino...il Terzo Libro 
de ^ladrigali a Cinque Voci. Nouamente 
Composti, & dati in luce. Alto. 

Appresso Angela Gardano : 
Venetia, 1586. obi. 4". A. 341. b. 

See Gardano (Angelo) IMusica di Tredici 
Autori . . . Nella quale si contengono . . . 
Madrigali . . . delli inf rascritti Autori . . . 
G. M. Nanino, etc. 1589. 4^ 

K. 3. g. 11. 
NANINO (Giovanni Maria) and 
STABILE (Annibale) Madrigali a 
Cinque Voci di G. M. Nanino et di A. 
Stabile Nouamente Composti, & dati in 
luce. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) (Basso.) 
(Quinto.) 5 pts. Appresso Angela 

Gardano : Venetia, 1581. obi. 4". 

A. 341. 
Madrigali a Cinque Voci di G. M. Nanino 
et di A. Stabile Nouamente Ristampati. 
Canto. Appresso Angelo Gardano : 

Venetia, 1587. obi. 4". A. 341. a. 

NANNY. Nanny of the Mill. BaUad. 
Sec Moulds (J.) 

Nanny's Complaint for the Loss of her 
Love. [Song.] See 0. mv Nassau, 
did vou know. [1735?] s. s/(. fol. 

G. 316. e. (106.) 
Nanny's Refusal. [Song.] See Come. 
Come pretty Nancy, etc. 
[1740?] s. s7(. fol. G. 307. (75.) 

Nanny's reply to Robin's Complaint. 
[Song.] See Ungrateful. Ungrateful 
Robin to complain, etc. 
[1720 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1601. (475.) 



NAPIER (William) Napier's Selection 

of Dances & Strathspeys with new and 

Appropriate Basses, adapted for the Piano 

Forte, Harp &c. Printed for W. Napier : 

[London, 1795 ?] fol. g. 229. b. (3.) 

A Selection of the most Favourite Scots 

Songs. . .Adapted for the Harpsichord, 

with an accompaniment for a Violin, by 

Eminent Masters, etc. (A Selection of 

Original Scots Songs in Three Parts. The 

Harmony by Haydn... Vol. IL (IIL).) 

3 Vols. Printed for W. Najner ; 

London, [1790-1794.] fol." I. 374. 

Vol. III. consists of pp. 1-25 only : 

2)robably no mare ivas ptiblislied. 

Vol. I. teas arranged by Arnold, 

Barthelemon, Carter and Shield. 

[Another copy.] I. 374. a. 

Wanting Vol. III. 

NAPPY, Nappy. [Song.] 

See DiBDiN (C.) [Castles in the Air.] 

NARBAEZ (LuYs de) El primero 
(-sesto) libro del Delphin de musica de 
cifras para taner Vihuela. Hecho por 
Luys de Narbaez, etc. 6 Books. 

Por Diego Herudez de Cordoua : 
Valladolid, 1538. obi. 4". K. 2. h. 11. 
108 leaves. Fol. k II and k 12 are 
blank. Each Book has a separate 
title-imge and list of contents, but the 
vagination and register are continuous. 
Book III. contains compositions by 
Joscpiiin, Gombert and Ricafort. Book 
V. is printed in red and black. 

NARCISO. Narciso. Opera. 
See Scarlatti (D.) 

NARCISSO ( ) See Minuets. Eighteen 
New Spanish Minuets. . .Compos'd by. . . 
Sig-- Narcisso, etc. [1760 ?] obi. 4". 

a. 25. (1.) 

NARCISSUS. The Narcissus. [Song.] 
See As. As pendant o'er the limpid 
stream. [1775?] s.sh.lol. 

G. 306. (143.) 
NARDINI (Pietro) Fourteen New 
Italian ]\Iinuets for Two Violins & a Bass. 
Printed for J. Cox : London, 
[1750?] obl.'k\ b. 57. b. (3.) 

A Solo for the Violin with a Thorough 
Bass for the Harpsichord. /. Duckicorth : 
London, 11790?] fol. g. 420. b. (4.) 
Six Solos for the Violin, with a Bass : . . . 
Opera v. H. Fougt : London, [1770.] fol. 

g. 221. (1.) 
Sei Sonate per Violino Solo e Basso 
[Paris ? 1765 ?] obi. fol. e. 743. 

With a 2'ortrait, engraved by G. B. 
Cecchi after M. Vestri. 
Sis Sonatas for two German Flutes or 
two Violins and a Bass. [Separate Parts."! 
B. Bremner : London, [1770 ?J fol. 

h. 2852. a. (7.) 



186 



NARDINI— NASSARRE 



NARDINI (PiKTRo) 

See Harpsichord Miscellany. The 
Harpsichord ]\Iiscellany. Book Second. 
Composed by Albert! . . .and Nardini. 
[1765 ?] obi. fol. e. 140. a. (5.) 

NARDINI (PiETRo) and FERRARI 
(DoMENico) Six Sonatas or Duets for 
Two Violins. . .by Sig. Nardini and Ferari. 
Opera Seconda. [Separate Parts.] 

Printed for I. WalsJi,: London, 
[1765?] fol. g. 218. d. (5.) 

NARES (James) A Collection of Catches, 
Canons and Glees, etc. Welckcr : 

London, [1115'^] obi. iol. E. 1745. 

Six Fuges with Introductory Voluntary's 
for the Organ or Harpsichord. Welckcr : 
London, [1775 ?] obi. fol. 

e. 1090. a. (3.) 

These Lessons for the Harpsicord with 
a Sonata in Score for the Harpsichord or 
Organ are humbly dedicated to the 
Countess of Carlisle, etc. Opera ii. 

Printed for the Author : London, 
[1759 ?] obi. fol. e, 135. 

A Morning & Evening Service. . .Together 
with Six Anthems in Score, etc. 
J. Preston : London, 1788. fol. 

I. 251. a. 

With a portrait by N. Ward after 

G. Engleheart. 

II Principio or a Regular Introduction to 

playing on the Harpsichord or Organ, 

etc. Welcker : London, [1760 '?] obi. fol. 

e. 135. b. 
The Royal Pastoral, a Dramatic Ode. 
[Full Score.] Welcker : 

London, [1770 ?] fol. H. 125. 

Eight Setts of Lessons for the Harpsi- 
chord, etc. J. Johnson, for the Author : 
London, 1747. obi. fol. e. 135. a. 

[Another edition.] Eight Setts of Lessons 
for the Harpsichords. J. Johnson : 

London, 1757. obi. fol. e. 135. e. 

A Concise and Easy Treatise on Singing 
. . .with a Set of English Duets, etc. 

J. Preston, for the Author : 
London, [1780 ?] o6Z. fol. E. 780. 

See Apollonian Harmony. Apollonian 
Harmony : a Collection of . . . Glees ... by 
. . .Nares, efc. [1790?] 8°. E. 255. 

See Bond (H.) The Psalms of David. . . 
The Music consisting of . . . Tunes . . . by . . . 
Nares, etc. [1791 ?] 4°. E. 579. 

See Catches. A Collection of Catches by 

. . .Dr. Arne. . .Dr. Nares, etc. 

[1764 ?] obi. 4". A. 756. a. (1.) 

See Modern Catch-Club. The Modern 
Catch-Club. . .a Coilection of Catches... 
by . . . Nares, etc. [1770 ?] obi. 4°. 

A. 756. 



NARES (James) 
An Abridgment 
with . . . Tunes 

[1777.] 8". 
See Riley (W.) 



See Psalms [English.'] 

of the . . . Psalms, . . . 

. by . . . Dr. Nares, etc. 

A. 511. d. 

Psalms and Hymns for 



the Use of the Asylum . . . for Female 
Orphans. . .The Music by. . .Dr. Nares, etc. 
[1765?] 4". E. 482. 

NASCI (Michele) Sonate sei di Cembalo 
con Accompagnamento di Violino, etc. 
Welcker : London, [1771 ?] fol. 

g. 272. e. (5.) 

NASCO (Giovanni) Le Canzon et Madri- 
gali a Sei Voci con uuo Dialogo a Sette . . . 
Nouamente. . .ristampati. Canto. 

Apprcsso di Antonio Gardano : 
Venetia, 1562. obi. 4". A. 301. a. 

Di Giouan Nasco Le Canzon Villanesche 
alia Napolitana a Quatro Voci. Noua- 
mente. . .composto & dato in luce. Libre 
Primo. Canto. Apprcsso Girolamo 

Scotto : Vinegia, 1565. 8°. A. 301. b. 
Di Giouan Nasco II Segondo Libro d'i 
Madrigali a cinque A^oci, done si conten- 
gono tutte le macharronee del ditto autore 
Nouamente . . . stami)ato, etc. Cantus. 
(Tenor.) 2 pts. 

Apjiresso di Antonio Gardano : 
Venetia, 1557. obi. 4". A. 301. 

See Muse. II Secondo Libro de le ^Nluse 
a Cinque Voci. . .Con uno Madregale a sei 
di Giouan Nasco, etc. 1559. obi. i . 

A. 342. a. 
See Prima Stella. Prima Stella. De 
Madrigali. . .di Giovan Nascho, etc. 
1570. i'\ D. 13. 

NASIMBENI (Stefano) Concerti Eccle- 
siastici a Dodeci Voci diuisi in tre Chori, 
etc. Primo Chore. Alto. (Secondo 
Chore. Canto.) 2 pts. 

Apprcsso Bicciardo Amadino : 
Venetia, 1610. 4°. D. 66. 

NASSARI ( ) Twelve Minuetfs for 
Two Violins & a Bass and Six Venetian 
Ballads, etc. Printed for Sig'' Albani : 

London, [1775 ?] obi. 4°. b. 53. a. (3.) 

NASSARRE (Pablo) Escuela Musica, 
segun la practica IModerna, dividida en 
Primera, y Segunda Parte, etc. 2 vols. 

Por los Heredcros de Diego de Larumbe-: 

Zaragoza, 1724 (1723). fol. 7897. k. 1. 

TJie Second Part is printed 'Por los 

Heredcros de Manuel Roman,' dated 

1723. 

Fragmentos Musices. Reglas Generales 

...para Canto llano. Canto de Organo, 

Contrapunto, y Composicion, etc. 

Por Tomas Gaspar Martinez : 
Zaragoc^a, 1683. 8". 7895. a. 24. 

Fragmentos Musicos, repartidos en quatro 
Tratados. En que se hallan Reglas gene- 
rales, . . . para Canto Llano, Canto de 



NATIONS— NAUMANN 



187 



Organo, Contrapuuto y Composicion . . . 
aora uuevemente auadido el vltimo tratado 
por el mismo autor. . .Sacalos a Luz... 
Don -Joseph de Torres, etc. 

En su Iniprcnta de Mnsica : 
Madrid, 1700. 4°. 1042. k. 6. 

NATIONS. The Nations no longer. 
Song. Ste Blewitt (J.) 

Nations, who in future story. Song. 
See Haesdel (G. F.) [Joshua.] 

NATTY. Natty Sammy. Duett. 
Sire Reeve (W.) [Harlequin's Return.] 

NATURAL. Natural Love. [Song.] 
Ste Ask. Ask whv the Miser hoards his 
Pelf, etc. [17o6.j" s. sh. 8". 

P.P. 5439. ab. 

NATURE. Nature and Nancy. [Song.] 
See DiBDiN (C.) [Tom Wilkins.] 

Nature for Defence affords. [Song.J 
See Depesch (W.) 

Nature fram'd thee sure for loving. 
[Song.] See Eccles (J.) [The Judgment 
of Paris.] 

Nature fram'd thee sure for Loving. 
[Song.] See Purcell (D.) [The Judg- 
ment of Paris.] 

Nature's Holiday. [Song.] .^Ve SuK. 
The Sun in Virgin Lustre shone, etc. 
[1775 ?] s. sh. fol. I. 530. (148.) 

Nature's Magic Skill. Song. 
See Clagget (G.) 

NAUDE (L.) A chanter le vaiuqueur des 
Dieux. Ode Anacr ^antique, a Mademoiselle 
Chevalier. Les vers sont de M' Panard. 
[Paris.'\ 1749. .s. sh. 4°. 297. e. 24. 

Mercure de France, Nov., 1749. 

Nouveaux Airs a une et deux Voix, Ariettes, 
et Brunettes. . .Gravees par INI"""" Leclerc 
pj-iie jjue) (^M'"" Pradaz) . . .Livre Septieme 
(-Dixieme). 4 Bks. Chez L'Auteur : 

Paris, a750?-1755?l ofeZ. fol. 

C. 642. (4.) 

Extrait du Premier, et Second (Troisieme, 
et Quatrieme) Livre d'airs, Duo, Brunettes 
et Vaudeville, etc. 2 Bks. Ches I'autcur : 
Paris, [1750 ?] obi. fol. C. 642. (1.) 

Livre I. is imperfect, ivanting pp. 5-8. 

La Fileuse, etc. [Song, words bv] 
L'Af&chard. [Paris,] 1732. s. sh. 4°. 

298. a. 23. 
Iflercure de France, June, 1732. 

Je veux chanter sur ma Musette. Musette. 
[Words] Par M. I'Atfichard. [Paris,] 

1780. s. sh. 4". 298. a. 9. 

Mercure de France, Feb., 1730. 

Pour I'adorable Celimene. Brunette. 
[Words] (Par M. I'Affichard.) [Paris,] 

1732. s. sh. 4°. 298. a. 26. 

Mercure de France, Dec, 1732. 



NAUDE (L.) V= Recueil d'Airs a Une et 
Deux Voix. De differents Genres. Meslez 
de Vaudevilles, etc. Grav6 par M'"'= Ven- 
dosme. 2"^ Edition, Revue, et Corigee 
Chez M'i« Boivin : Paris, [1750?] obi. fol. 

C. 642. (2.) 
VP Recueil d'Airs a Une, Deux et Trois 
Voix, etc. Grave par J. Renou. 
Ches VAuteur : Paris, [1750 ?] obi. fol. 

C. 642. (3.) 

NAUDET ( ) See Naude (L.) 

NAUDOT (Jeas Jacques) Dixieme 
CEuvre, contenant vi. Babioles pour ii. 
Vieles, Musettes, Flutes-a-bec, Flutes 
traversieres, Haubois on Violons, sans 
Basse. Chez V Autcur : Paris, 

[1730?] fol. K. 7. f. 16. (6.) 

[For editions of Freemasons' Songs, edited 
and arranged by J. J. Naudot :] 
See Secret des Fraxcs-^Ma^oss. 

NAUERT (Gottfried Ecsebius) Oden 
und Lieder zum Singen bey dem Clavier 
. . .Erster Theil. In Verlag Johann 

Ulrich Hatfncrs : Niiruberg, [1758.] fol. 

G. 629. (1.) 
Herrn Gottfried Eusebii Nauerts Oden 
und Lieder. Zweyter Theil. 

Bey Johan Ulrich Ha ffncr : Xiirnbcrq, 
[1764.] fol. " G. 629. (2.) 

NAUFRAGE AU PORT. Le Naufrage 
au Port, Comedie en un Acte, melee de 
Vaudevilles ; par les CC. Pain et Midet. . . 
Avec la Musique [of a song and a vaude- 
ville by — Wicht]. Chez le Libraire, 
au Theatre du Vaudeville : Paris, An 
Troisieme [1794]. 8". 11738. k. 39. (4.) 

NAUMANN (Giovanni Amadeo) 
See Naimann (J. Ct.) 

NAUMANN (Johann Amadeus) 
See Nacmann (J. G.) 

NAUMANN (Johann Gottlieb) Am- 
phiou. Eine Oper. [P. F. Score, with a 
preface by L. Neumann.] 

Herausgegeben vom Verfasser des 
Deufschen Textes zur Naumannschen 
Oper Cora : [Dresden, 1784.] obi. fol. 

F. 382. 

See Shield (W.) [The Picture of 

Paris :] The Songs ... in the Picture of 
Paris . . . Part of which is taken from . . . 
Amphion, etc. [1790.] obi. fol. 

E. 91. c. (2.) 

Six Italian Arietts with an Accompany- 

ment for a Harp or Piano Forte. 

J. Bland : London, [1790?] obi. fol. 

E. 600. V. (3.) 
Cora. Eine Oper, etc. [P. F. Score.] 

In der Dijkischen Buch Handlung : 
Leipzig, 1780. obi. fol. F. 382. a. 



IBS 



NAUMANN— NE 



NAUMANN (JoHANN Gottlieb) [La 
Dama Soldato.J Raccolta di Arie, Duetti, 
Cori, &c. aggiustata per il Cembalo dell' 
Opera La Dama Soldato. 

Presso P. C. Hilscher : 
Diescla, [1791.] fol. H. 656. 

XII. von Elisensgeistlichen Liederu beym 
Clavier zu siugeri. Im Hilscherschen 

Mufiik-Yerlaqc : Dresden, [1787. j fol. 

H. 656. b. 

Vierzig Freymiiurerlieder . . . Zweyts 
Auflage. ' Bey C. F. Himhurq : 

Berlin, 1784. 8". C. 423. 

VI. Neue Lieder mit Begleitung des Forte- 
Piano Oder der HarfEe, etc. 

Ill der Gilnthersclien Notenstecherei : 
Berlin, [1795 ?J obi. fol. E. 601. f. (8.) 

XXV. Neue Lieder verschiedeuen Inhalts, 
von Elisa [von der Recke , etc. 

In P. C. Hilschers Music Yerlage : 
Dresden, [1799.] ohl. fol. D. 724. 

Orpheus und Euridice. Eine Oper ... 
Clavierauszug. . . Heraiisgegeben von C. F. 
Cramer. Beif dem Herausqeher : \ 

Kiel, 1787. obi. fol. ' F. 382. b. 

I 
Trois Quatuors chois[i]es pour le Clavecin 
ou Piano Forte avec I'Accompagnement 
d'une Flute, Violon et Basse. . .Oeuvre 1. 
[Separate Parts.] Ches I. Schmitt : 

A77isterdam, [1190?] fol. h. 2784. (3.) 

Sammlung von Deutschen, Franzosischen 
und Italianis[c]hen Liedern beym Clavier 
zu siugeu, etc. 

Ill der Brcitkopfischen Mnsikluindlung : 
Leipzig, [1794.] 'obi. fol. E. 235. b. 

Sammlung von Liedern beym Clavier zu 
singen. In drei Abtheilungen. 
E. C. Bencke : Pforten, 1784. fol. 

G. 749. 

Senza il caro amato oggetto. A Rondo 
with Recitative as sung by Signora Banti, 
in the Opera [by G. Paisiello] of La 
Zenobia in Palmira, etc. 
Printed for Corri, Diissek £ Co. : London 
d- Edinburgh, [1794.J fol. G. 811. (19.) 

Deux Simphonies a Grand Orchestre des 
operas Cora et Elisa . . . Oeuvre iii. 
[Orchestral Parts.] Ches J. J. Hummel : 
Berlin, [1185?] fol. h. 1508. a. (4.) 

Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied etc., 
Der 96'" Psalm. . .Partitur. 

Bei Breitkopf and Hdrtel : Leipzig, 
[1795 '?] fol. H. 2660. 

Le Sort de Medee. Grand Ballet Panto- 
mime de I'lnventiou du Sieur Lauchery 
. . . arrange pour le Clavecin par I. C. F. 
Rellstab, etc. Rellstab : Berlin, 

[1788.] fol. g. 59. 



NAUMANN (.JoHANN Gottlikb) [Tutto 
per Amore.j Sinfonia e Arie Scielte 
aggiustatc per il Cembalo, dell' Opera 
Tutto per Amore, etc. 2 torn. 

Presso P. C. Hilscher : Dresda, 
[1780?] fol. H. 656. a. 

[Another copy. torn. I.] H. 2818. d. (7.) 
See Freemasons' Songs. Gesange fiir 
Maurer mit. . .Melodien von. . .Naumann, 
etc. [1782.] 8". E. 1718. 

See Keiegel (C. F. W.) xxxvi. Lieder 
.. von. . .Naumann, e?c. 
[1790-1.] obi. fol. E. 679. 

NAVAL. The Naval First of August, 
1798. Song. See Ebdon (T.) 
The Naval Prince. [Song.] See Long. 
Long had the foes of England joined, etc. 
[1782.] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (59.) 

Naval Victories. Song. 
See DiBDiN (C.) ^Tom Wilkins.] 

NAVAL PILLAIl. The Naval Pillar. 
Entertainment. See Moobehead (.J.) 

NAVAL REVIEW. The Naval Review. 
Entertainment. See Chapman (R.) 

NAVARRO (Juan) F. loaunis Nauarro 
Gaditaui . . . Liber in quo Quatuor Pas- 
siones Christi Domini coutinentur [integre 
litera, & Cantu iuxta ritum Sancte Romane 
Ecclesie] Octo Lamentationes : Oratiocj; 
Hieremie Prophete. Nunc primiim. . .in 
lucem editus, etc. Apud Didncum Lopez 
Daualos: Mexici, WOi. 4". K. 8. e. 7. 
The title-page is viutilated. 

NAVIGATEUR. [For Songs, &c., in 
Melide, ou le Navigateur, published 
anonymously :] See Melide. 

NE. N'aimes jamais qu'on ne vous aime. 
Arietta. See Albanese ( ) 
N'allez point au bois seulette. Le Dan- 

i gers des Bois. [Song.] 

I [Paris, 1780 ?] 8°. B. 362. b. (53.) 

N'avoir pour objet que sa flame. Vaude- 
ville. See BouvARD (F.) 
N'estes-vous point cette Armide. Air. 
[Paris,] 1729. s. sh. 4". 298. a. 4. 

Mercure de France, March, 1729. 
N'faut pas danser comm'ca. . .[Song.] 
See DucRAY-DuMiNiL (P. G.) [La Danse.] 
Ne cherchons qu'a rire et boire. Gavotte. 
See Charles ( ) 

Ne crois pas qu'un bon menage. [Song.] 
See SiLVAiN. 

Ne croyez pas encore longtems. Couplets. 
See Enfant Trouve. 
Ne croyez pas, jeune Bcgere. jMenuet. 
See Du Parc ( ) 

Ne donnons jamais a nos femmes. Vaude- 
ville. See Philidor (F. A. Danican) 
Ne fait pas tant votre embarras. Air. 
See Pauvre Femme. 



NE— NEEPE 



189 



NE. Ne feras-tu jamais que des sermens 
frivoles. [Song.j See Hebert { ) 

Ne nous preferons point aux Belles. 
Vaudeville. See Guillon (H. C.) 

Ne perdons jamais I'esperance. Vaude- 
ville. See Roi ET LE Fermier. 

Ne point s'engager sur le champ. 
jy Amour Veritable. Vaudeville. [Words 
by] Pelissier. [Paris,] 17-51. s. sJi. 4". 

298. c. 2. 
Mercare de France, Jan., 1751. 

Ne pourrai-je sortir des fers d'une Infid- 
elle. Air a Boire. 

[Paris], 1723. s. sit. 4". 297. a. 2. 

Le Mercure, June, 1723. 

Ne pulvis et cinis superbe. Motette. 
See Mozart (W. A.) [Thamos. Ihr 
Kinder des Staubcs.] 

Ne soyez qu'infidelea. Air. 
[Paris,] 1782. 8". 298. f. 29. 

Mercure de France, August, 1782, ^». 07. 

Ne suis-je pas aussi Captive. Arietta. 
See Caravane du Caire. 

Ne vous etones pas. Air. 
See B ***** * 

Ne vous etounez pas, Bergere. Menuet. 
[Paris,] 11 ¥1. s. sh. ¥. 297.0.11. 

Mercure de France, April, 1747. 

NEALE (Richard) 

See Pocket Companion'. A Pocket Com- 
panion for Gentlemen and Ladies : being 
a Collection of the finest Opera Songs & 
Airs in English and Italian . . . Corrected 
& . . . Figur'd for y Organ, Harpsicord, and 
Spinet, bv Mr. K. Neale, etc. 
[1725?] >. C. 491. 

NEANDER (Alexis) Liber Primus . . . 
Sacrarum Cantionum, quas vulgo Motectas 
appellant, iv. v. vi. vii. viii. x. et xii. 
. . . vocibus concinnatarum, etc. Cantus. 
(Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) (Quinta 
(Sexta) (Septima) (Octava) Vox.) 8 pts. 
Apud Wolfgangum llichterum, Sumptibus 
Nicolai Steinii : Francofurti, 1605. obi. 4°. 

A. 302. 

nSTEAPOLITAN. The Neapolitan Sol- 
dier. [Song.] See BiGGS (E. S.) 

NEAR. Near a Hav^thoru I met on the 

Plain. Harry and Marij. [Song, by -J. 

Hook.] Sung by IMr. Vernon at Vaux- 

hall. C[lmrles~'. and S'amuel] T[Jiompson : 

London, 1174:.] s.sh.iol. G. 310. (143.) 

From Tho^npson's Second Collection of 

Hook's Vauxhall and Marijlcbon'e 

Songs for 1774. 

Near a Neat Little Cot. Song. 
See Hook (J.) 

Near Pleasant Woods. The Rurall Lover. 
A Song. [London, 1715 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (321.) 



NEAR. [Another edition.] Near pleasant 
Woods. The Rurall Lover, etc. [London, 
1715 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. g. (43.) 

Near the Courts of Great Princes. Song. 
See Johnson (A.) Song-writer. 

Near the side of a Pond. Tlie Miller's 
Song. Sung by Mr. Atkins at Sadler's 
Wells. [Lo7idon, 1750 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (156.) 
Near the side of a Pond. The Miller's 
Song. [Song.] Sung by Mr. Atldns. 
[London, 1753.] 8°. 157. 1. 15. 

London Magazine, 1753, p. 834. 

Near the side of a Pond. The Miller's 
Song. [London, 11 53.] &\ 249. c. 23. 
Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. XXIII., 
p. 482. 

Near to a Silver purling Stream. [Song.] 
.See Moze (J. H.) 

Near to Porto Bello lying. Hosier's Ghost. 
[Song, words by R. Glover, to the tune of 
' The Sailor's Complaint.'] Sk[illern : 

London, Ills?] s.sli.iol G. 310. (164.) 

NECTAR. Le Nectar qu' Hebe verse aux 
Dieux. Air. 
See Grandval (N. Ragot de) 

NED. Ned that died at Sea. [Song.j 
See DiBDiN (C.) [Christmas Gambols.] 

NEDERLANDTSCHE GEDENCK- 
CLANCK. Neder-Landtsche Gedenck- 
Clanck. [Songs.] See Valerius (A.) 

NEEFE (Christian Gottlob). Die 
Apotbeke, eine comische Oper in zween 
Acten, etc. [P. F. Score.] 
Bey J. F. Jtmius : Leipzig, 1772. obi. 4 '. 

C. 591. b. 
Der dumme Gartner oder Die beyden 
Anton, eiu comisches Singspiel in zwey 
Aufziigen fiirs Clavier gesetzt, etc. 
Bei N. Simrock: Bonn, [1795 ?J obi. fol. 

E. 43. 
Die Einspriiche, eine comische Oper in 
zwey Aufziigen vom Herrn Michaelis, etc. 
[P. F. Score.] In der Schivickertschen 

Buchhandhing : Leipzig, 1773. obi. 4". 

C. 591. a. 

Heinrich und Lyda, ein Drama in eiuem 
Aufzuge, etc. [P. F. Score.] 
Bey H. W. F. Flittner : Naumburg vnd 
Zeiss, nil. obi. 4". C. 591. 

Zwolf Klavier-Sonaten, etc. 
Bey E. B. Schirickert : Leipzig, 1773. fol. 

g. 68. (1.) 
Seeks Neue Klaviersonaten, nebst Veran- 
derungen iiber die Melodie der Romauze 
aus der Jubelhochzeit : Kunz fand einst 
einen armen Mann &c. [by J. A. Hiller] 
und iiber ein bekanntes Arioso, etc. 

Im Schwickertschen Verlage: Leipzig, 
1774. fol. g. 68. (2.) 



190 



NEEFE— NEIDHARDT 



NEEFE (CHR1STIA^- Gottlob) [Der Neue 
Gutsherr.] Gesiinge aus dem Neuen 
Guthsherru, einer Oper in drey Auf- 
ziigen, von Dyck und Jiinger ; komponirt 
und in einen Klavierauszug gebracht von 
Neefe. 2 Lief. 

Im Verlage der Dyckischen Buclihandlung : 
Leipzig, 1783 (1784). ohl. fol. F. 77. 

Oden von Klopstock, mit Melodien... 
Zweyte Auflage. hi der Kortenschen 

Buchhandlung : Flensburg tend Leipzig, 
1779. obi. fol. E. 43. a. 

Serenaten beym Klavier zu singen, etc. 

Li der Di/kischen Buchhandbmg : 
Leipzig, 1777. obi. 4". E. 253. b. (13.) 
See :\lARTiN Y Solar (V.) L'Arbore di 
Diana . . . Fiirs Clavier eingerichtet von 
C.G. Neefe. [1790?] obi. tol. 

E. 244. d. 

See Mozart (W. A.) Le Nozze de Figaro 
Oper . . . fiirs Clavier eingerichtet von 
C.G. Neefe. [1796.] obl.ioi. E. 150. u. 
Nee Paisiello (G.) [La Molinara.'] Ouver- 
ture und favorit Arien . . . Fiirs Clavier 
eingerichtet von C. G. Neefe. 
[1795?] oW. fol. T>. 371. b. 

^'ee Salieri (A.) Axur . . . fiirs Clavier 
eingerichtet von C. G. Neefe. 
[1795?] obi. fol. E. 20. 

NE'ER. Neer a Barrel, the better Herring. 
[Song.] -See Ham't. Han't you seen, 
Brother Jockev, etc. [1720?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (197.) 
Ne'er ah ne'er let sorrow's sting. Song. 
See LiNLEY (T.) the Elder. [Selinia and 
Azar.'\ 

Ne're complain that my Flame I discover. 
Song. See Baptist, Signor. 
Ne'er leave me more my Treasiire. [Song.] 
.See Temple op Love. 
Ne'er tell me of liquors from Spain. 
Burton Ale. [Song.] The Words by 
the Editor. Printed for A. Portal : 

LwifZott,, [1775 ?] fol. G. 310. (148.) 
Ne'er think on To-morrow. [Song.] 
See Come. Come push round the bumper. 
[1780?] s.sli.iol. G. 307. (102.) 

Ne'er till now did I behold. The Charac- 
ter of a Young Lady, by Mr. E. Gilding, 
[Song,] Within the Compass of Common 
Flute, or German Flute. I London, 

1750?] s. s/(. fol. G. 316. e. (91.) 

Neer yet was a name. Abraham Neicland. 
A... Comic Song written by C. Dibdin, 
Jun' and sung [to the air of the Rogue's 
March] bv Mr. Johannot. H. Himc : 

Liverpool, [1193 7] fol. G. 368. (11.) 

NEGLECTED. The Neglected Lover. 
[Song.] See Randall (.J.) 

The Neglected Tar. Song. 
See DiGNUM (C.) 



NEGLI. Negli Elisi ombra onorata. 
Song. See Anfossi (P.) 

NEGLIGENTE. II Negligente. [Opera.] 
See CiAMPi (L. V.) 

NEGRESSE. L'homme dans le change- 
ment. Vaudeville de la Negresse [words 
by Radet and Barr6, music by C. F. 
Lescot]. Chez Imbault : 

Paris, [1787.] 8°. B. 362. e. (65.) 

NEGRI (Cesare) Nuoue Inuentioni di 
Balli . . . Conueneuoli . . . per ogni sorte di 
Ballo, Balletto, & Brando d' Italia, di 
Spagna, & di Francia. Con figure bel- 
lissime in Rame ,& Regole della IMusica, 
& lutauolatura, quali si richieggono al 
Suono et al Canto. Diuisa in tre Trattati, 
etc. Appresso G. Bordone : 

Milano, 1G04. fol. 785. m. 8. 

[Another copy.] 62. h. 18. 

NEGRI (]\Iarc' Antonio) Affetti Amorosi 
a Tre Voci . . . Nouameute Composti, & 
dati in luce. Col suo Basso C'ontinuo. 
Canto Primo (Secondo). (Basso.) S pts. 
Apirresso Angela Gardano, & Fratelli: 
Ycnctia, 1608. i". D. 189. 

NEGRO. The Negro Boy, who was Sold 
by an African Prince, for a Metal Watch. 
Song. Sec Miller (E.) 
The Negro Girl. [Song.] See Sad. Sad 
was de Day, eZc. [1800?] fol. 

H. 2832. g. (38.) 
The Negro Mother. Ballad. 
See Ross (J.) 

The Negro's Complaint. [Song.] 
See Forced. Forc'd from home, etc. 
1793. s. sh. 4'\ P.P. 5141. 

The Negro's Lamentation. Ballad. 
See Howard (W.) 
The Negro's Revels. [Song.] 
See Ambrose (J.) 

NEGRO SANTO PIETRO (Giulio de) 
Gl' Amorosi Pensieri. Canzonette \"illa- 
neUe et Arie Napolitane a Tre Voci. Da 
Sonare, & Cantare su'l Chitarone, Claue- 
cimbalo, & altri Stromenti . . . Libro 
Secondo. Raccolte da Marcellino Sana- 
rega. Nouamente Stampato. Canto 
Primo (Secondo). (Basso.) 3 pts. 

A]}2>resso Angela Gardano, rf- Fratelli : 
Venetia, 1607. 4". D. 190. 

NEIDHARDT (Johann Georg) J. G. 
Neidhardts. . .Beste und Leichteste Tem- 
peratur des Monochordi, vermittelst 
welcher das heutiges Tages briiucliliche 
Genus Diatonico Chromaticum also einge- 
richtet wird, dass alle Intervalla, nach 
gehoriger Proportion, einerley Schwebung 
iiberkommen, und sich daher die Modi 
regulares in alle mid iede Claves, in einer 
angenehmen Gleichheit, transponiren 
lasseu, etc. Bey Johann Bielcken : 

Jena, 1706. 4". 7897. bb. 1. (5.) 



NEIDHARDT— NENNA 



191 



NEIDHARDT (Johann Georg) Gantz- 
lich erschijpfte, Mathematische Abtheil- 
ungen des Diatonisch-Chromatisclien, 
temperirten Canonis ^lonochordi, alwo 
...gezeiget wird, wie Alle Temperaturen 
zu erfinden, etc. 

Christoph Gottfried Eckart : 

Klhiigsbcrg, 1732. 4". 7896. b. 8. 

On the title-page is tJie autograpJi of C. G. 

Neefe. 

Sectio Canonis Hamionici, zur volligeu 

Richtigkeit der Generum Modulaudi, etc. 

In Verlegung Christ. Gottfr. Eckarts : 

Konigsberg, 172-i. 4°. 7896. b. 7. 

NEIGHBOUR. Neighbour Sly. [Song.] 
See DiBDix (C.) [The Quizes.] 

NEILSON (Lawrence Cornelius) 
See NiELSON. 

NEL. Nel caro seuo. Air. 

Sec ilARTiN Y Solar (V.) [L' Isola del 
Fiacere.'] 

Nel cor mi sento un giubilo. [Song.] 
See Martin y Solar (V.) [La Scuola 
de' Maritati.] 

Nel cor piu non mi sento. Duetto. 
See Paisiello (G.) [La Molinara.] 
Nel lasciarti amato bene. Rondo. 
See Andreozzi (G.) 

[Another setting.] Nel lasciarti amato 
bene. [Air.] See Tarchi (A.) 
Nel lasciarti in questo istante. Rondo. 
.See Gatti (L.) 

Nel partir bell' idol mio. Air. 
Sec Bach (J. C.) [La Clemenza di 
Scipione.] 

Nel seno il cor mi palpita. Song. 
See Alessandro e Timoteo. 

NELSON. Nelson and the Navy. [Song.] 
See Dibdin (C.) [A Tour to the LaiuVs 
End.] 

Nelson and the Tars of Old England. 
Song. See Mathews (J.) 
Nelson's Cap. [Song.] See Moulds (J.) 

Nelson's Victory. Song. 
See Spofforth (R.) 

NELSON'S VICTORY. Nelson's Vic- 
tory. A Sonata for the Piano Forte. 
Inscribed to his Lordship by the Author. 
Longman it Broderip : 
London, [1798.] fol. g. 138. (20.) 

NELSON (J.) Retaliation, or an Answer 
to ;Mr. Dibdin's Song of Jlounseer Nong 
Ton Paw. [Song.] W. Boag : 

London, [1797 ?] fol. G. 366. (43.) 

NEMO (Nicholas) pseud. Miss Prue's 
Plea for a Hoop, by Nicholas Nemo, 
Organist of no Town. [Song, begins : 
' What a fine Thing have I seen to-day.'] 
[London, 1710 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 313. (17.) 



NENNA (PoiiPONio) Di Pomponio 
Nenna ... II Primo Libro de Madrigali a 
Cinque voci. Nouamente dati in luce. 
Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 
5 pts. Stampa del Gardano. Appresso 
Bartlwlomeo Magni : Venetia, 1617. 4". 

C. 290. 
Also containing madrigals by S. Fclis. 



[Another copy. Basso.] 



D. 186. 



Di Pomponio Nenna. . .11 Quarto Librp de 
Madrigali a Cinque Voci. Canto. (Alto.) 
(Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 pts. 

Appresso Angela Gardano, it Fratelli : 
Venetia, 1609. 4". C. 293. 

Di Pomponio Nenna... II Quarto Libro 
de Madrigali a Cinque voci. Terza Im- 
pressione. Basso. Stampa del Gardano. 
Appresso Bartholomeo Magni: Venetia. 
1617. 4". D. 186. a' 

Di Pomponio Nenna. . .^Madrigali a Cinque 
voci. Quinto Libro. Nouamente Stampati. 
Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 
5 pts. Appresso VHercdc di Angelu 

Gardano : Venetia, 1612. 4°. C. 294. 

Di Pomponio Nenna. . .11 Sesto Libro de 
Madrigali a cinque voci. Canto. (Alto.) 
(Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 pts. 

Nella Stampcria di G. B. Sottile. 
Per S. Bonino : Napoli, 1607. 4°. 

C. 295. a. 

Di Pomponio Ntnna. . .11 Sesto Libro de 
Madrigali a cinque voci. Nouamente 
Ristampati. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) 
(Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 pts. Stampa del 
Gardano. A'Jre BartJiolomrei Magni : 
Venetia, 1614. 4\ C. 295. 

Di Pomponio Nenna. . .11 Settimo Libro 
de Madrigali a Cinque Voci. Canto. (Alto.) 
(Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 pts. 

Nella Stampa di G. B. Sottile, per 
S. Bonino : Napoli, 1608. 4". C. 296. a. 

Di Pomponio Nenna... II Settimo Libro 
de Madrigali a Cinque Voci. Terza Im- 
pressione. Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) 
(Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 pts. Stampa del 
Gardano. Appresso Bartholomeo Magni : 
Venetia, 1616. 4". C. 296. 

Di Pomponio Nenna... II Settimo Libro 
de Madrigali a Cinque Voci. Quarta 
Impressione. Basso. Stampa del 

Gardano. Appjrcsso Bartholoyneo Magni : 
Venetia, 1624. 4°. D. 186. b. 

Di Pomponio Nenna. . .L'Ottauo Libro 

de Madrigali a Cinque. Nouamente 

. . . dati in luce da F. Archilei, etc. 

Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 

5 pts. Appresso G. B. Robletti : 

Roma, 1618. 4". C. 297. 

This work also contains madrigals by 

Gervasio Melcarne and the Prince of 

Venosa. 



192 



NEPHTE— NEVER 



Ti-agedie. 



[Song.] 



[Song.] 

[Song.] 

Great Britain so 



NEPHTil. Nephte. 
Sec Le :\Ioyxe (J. B.) 

NEPTUNE. Neptune. 
See Bach (J. C.) . 

Neptune and Britannia. [Duet, begins : 
' Banish'd to some hapless Isle.'] 
Sec Blewitt (J.) 

Neptune and Britannia. Cantata. 

[Begins : ' As on the Sea-beat Cliff.'] 
Set" Caeter (C. T.) 
Neptune's Command 
See Green (G.) 
Neptune's Favorite. 
See Great Britain 
long, etc. [1798.] fol. 

H. 2818. f. (44.) 

Neptune's Resignation. [Song.] 
Sec WORGAN (J.) 

NERON ( ) Reveillez-vous, ma 

musette. Musette. [Song.] [Paris,] 

1726. s. sh. 4". 297. a. 21. 

Mercure de France, June, 1726. 

NERONE. The Favourite Songs in the 

Opera call'd Nerone. [A Pasticcio. ^ Full 

Score] Printed for I. WulsJi : 

London, [1754.] fol. H. 348. e. (3.) 

The composers named are : Pescetti, 

Cocchi, Galoppi, Hasse, Abos and 

Binaldo da Capua. 

NERVIUS (Leonardus) 

Sec Leonardus Nervius, a Capacin. 

NEUBAUER (Franz Christoph) Fer- 
nando und Yariko. Fin Schauspiel mit 
Gesang von K. von Ekhartshausen, etc. 
[Full Score.] Bey Orell, 

Gessner, Fucssli und Compagnie : Zurich, 
[1788.] fol. I- 385. 

The music is preceded by the play, with 
separate pagination. 
A Second Set of Three Concertanti Duets, 
for Two Violoncellos. . .Op. x. Printed for 
W. Forstcr : London, [1795 ?] fol. 

h. 219. (12.) 

III. Trios pour Flute Violon et Viola... 

Oeuvre 14. rSeparate Parts.] Chez J. 

Andre: Offenbach s. M., [1800?] fol. 

•" g. 694. 

Three [or rather Six] Trios . . . Adapted for 
Three Flutes,... by G. Weiss. 2 Sets. 
[Separate Parts.] Longman and Broderip, 
for the Author : London, [1790?] fol. 

g. 222. (8.) 
[Trio for Two Flutes and Violoncello. 
Separate Parts.] Ste. Monzani (T.) Two 
Trios [by J. C. Bach and F. C. Nsubaur] 
. . .selected by T. Monzani. [No. 2.] 
[1800?] fol. g. 274. b. (3.) 

NEUBAUER (Johank) Sei Quartetti 
per Flauto Traverso, Violiuo, Viola e 
Violoncello. [Separate Parts.] Presso 

Hoffmeister : Vienna, [1800 ?] fol. g. 467. 



NEUBAUR (Franz Christoph) 

See Neubauer. 
NEUE GUTSHERR. Der Neuo 

Crutsheii'. Oper. See Neefe (C. G.) 

NEUMANN (Georg) 

See Feast of Apollo. The Feast of 
Apollo, containing . . . Lessons . . . by. . . 
Neuman, etc. [1788.] fol. G. 351. (2.) 

NEUMARK (Georg) Betriibt-Verliebter 
doch eutlich hocherfrewter Hiirte Filamon 
wegen seiner edlen Schiiffer-Nymfen Belli- 
flora, das ist, Kurtze Liebes beschreibung 
zweyer Hoch-Edlen Personen, ... in ein 
Pastoral gebracht, vnd die darin stehende. 
Lieder mit Jlelodeyen und Symfonien 
aussgeziehrt, etc. 2 pts. Li Yerlegung 
Peter Hdndels . . . Gedruckt durch Johann 
Beusnern : Konigsberg, 1648. 8°. 

12410. b. 14. 
There is a separate engraved title-page. 

Georg Neumarks. . .Poetisch- und Musik- 
alisches Lustwaldchen, in welches erster 
Abtheilung. . . Ehren- und Liebeslieder,mit 
bevgefiigten Melodien. . .euthalten sind. 
Gcdrukkt bey Michael Pfeiffern, 
in Verlegung J. Naumanns : Hamburg^ 
1652. 12". 11517. aa. 5. 

NEUSIDLER (Melchior) II Primo 
(Secondo) Libro. Intabolatura di Liuto 
di Melchior Neysidler oue sono jMadrigali, 
Canzon Francesi, Pass' e mezi, Saltarelli 
& alcuui suoi Ricercari, Nouamete da lui 
posti in luce. 2 Bks. Apipresso di 

Antonio Gardano : TVju'fia, 1566. fol. 

K. 8. g. 3. 

NEVEN (H.) De tons les Gar(,-ons du 
Village. Romance, etc. 
[Paris,'] 1774. 8°. 298. e. 28. 

Mercure de France, April. 1774. 

NEVER. Never believe me if I love. 
The Careless Lover, [Song, written] by 
the late Sir John Suckling. Set for the 
German Flute. [London, 1725?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. (100.) 

Never think of Love. Song. 

See Storage (S.) [My Grandmother.] 
Never till now. Glee. Set Harrison (S.) 
Never till now I felt love's dart. 'Twas 
you alone, if you'll believe vie. [Song.] 

J[ohn and] G[erard] V[ogler : 
London, 1770?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. b. (57.) 

Never till now I knew Love's Smart. 
[Song.] Printed for N. Steieart : 

[Edinburgh, 1770 ?] s. sh. fol. 

I. 530. (108.) 

Never yet in Ancient story. Welcome 
Nelson Home again. A Favorite Song, set 
to Music by a Lady of Fashion. Printed 
for J. Dale : London, [1798.] fol. 

G. 376. (48.) 



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193 



NEW. New Blessings, new Life. Air. 
See Ae^-e (T. A.) 

The New blown Rose. [Song.] 

See Dale (-Joseph) 

A New Figary. [Song.] 

See Ye. Ye beauteous Nymphs, etc. 

[1728 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 305. (306.) 

The new Game at Pam. [Song.] 

See When. When Phillida with Jockev. 

[1705?] s.sh.ioL H. 1601. (502.) 

New Jockey. Song. Sec My. My 

Laddie is gang'd far away, etc. 

[1768.] 8^ 158. 1. 13. 

New Kissing Song. See Anglosiki ( ) 

New Lango Lee, with Variations for the 

Harpsicord or Piano Forte, etc. 

Printed for Straight d: Skillern : London, 

[1775?] fol. g. 271. b. (9.) 

The New Mariners. Glee. 

See Callcott (J. W.) 

New Reformation begins thro' the Nation. 

Song. See Purcell (H.) 

The New Soger Laddie. [Song.] 

See Hayes (P.) 

The New Spinning-Wheel. [Song.] 

See One. One Summer's Eve, as Nancv 

fair, etc. [1768.] 8". P.P. 5438. z. 

The New Spinning Wheel. [Song.] 

See One. One Summer's Eve, etc. 

1769. 8". 159. n. 1. 

The New Taxes. [Song.] 

See Budget. The Budget is open, etc. 

[1783.] s. sh. fol. G. 312. (172.) 

New Tunbridge Wells at Islington. Song. 

See Whence. Whence comes it that the 

shining Great. [17-35?] s. sh. lol. 

G. 313. (162.) 

NEW MERRY COMPANION. The 

New 3Ierry Companion, or Complete 
Modern Songster : being a Select Collec- 
tion of . . . Songs, lately Sung at the 
Theatres . . . also A Collection of the most 
esteem'd Catches and Glees. Set to 
Musick. Printed for John ^\lleblc : 

London, [1175?] 12". 11622. bb. 12. 
The catches and glees alone have the 

music. 
The New Merry Companion . . . The 
second Edition w"" considerable additions. 

Printed for Wallis d' Stonchousc, etc. : 
Lo7jf?on, [1778?] 12". 11622. aaa. 17. 

NEW SPAIN. New Spain. Opera. 
.See Arnold (S.) 

NEW TREASURY OF MUSICK. 

The New Treasury of Musick : or, a Collec- 
tion of the Choicest and Best Song-Books 
for these Twenty Years last part. The 
Words composed by the most Ingenious 
Wits of this Age, and Sett to Musick by 
the greatest Masters in that Science. 
With a Thorow-Bass to most Songs, for 

VOL. II. 



the Theorbo, Lute or Bass-Viol, Harpsi- 
chord or Spinnet. Printed for Henry 
Playford : London, 1695. fol. G. 8'7. 
Tliis work consists of Books i., n. and ir. 
of the ' Theater of Music ' (1685-7) ; 
Books ir. and v. of 'Choice Ayres and 
Songs' (1683-4), ivith the above neio 
title-page. The autographs of William 
Shield and Vincent Novello are on the 
inside of the cover. 
NEWMARKET. Newmarket Horse 
Race. [Son?.] See To. To Horse, brave 
bovs of Newmarket, etc. 
[1720?] s.sh.iol. G. 312. (59.) 

NEWNESS (J.) What Charming Sounds 
are these. [Song.] The Words made, and 
Set by Mr. J. Neivness. 
[London, 1100?] s.sh.io\. 1.530.(109.) 

NEWTON (James William) Psalmody 
Improved : in a Collection of Psalm Tunes 
and Anthems, for Two, Three, and Four 
Voices ; to which is added a Celebr.ited 
Anthem, by G. F. Handel, etc. 

Printed for the Author : 
Ipsivich, 1775. 8". C. 565. 

NEYBAUER (Giovanni) 
See Nel'bauer (J.) 

NEZOT (Gabriel) See Mozart (W. A.) 
[Die Zauberflote. Der Vogelfdnger bin 
ich.] The Fowler. Arranged as a Rondo 
...byG. Nezot. [1800 ?j fol. 

g. 140. (46.) 

See Richer (L. A.) Richer's Hornpipe. 
Arranged with Variations for the Piano 
Forte by G. Nezot, e^c. [1800?] fol. 

g. 271. e. (22.) 
NI. Ni I'aminte ni la reine. Air. 
See DiDON. 

NICCOLAI (Valentino) See Nicolai. 

NICE. Nice crovoit qu'avant vingt ans. 
Chanson Noicvelie. [Pa?7S, 1780 ?] 8". 

B. 362. b. (117.) 

NICHELMANN (Cheistoph) [Brevi 
Sonate da Cembalo. Op. 2.] Six Short 
Sonatas or Lessons for the Harpsichord, 
etc. Longman, Lukey and Co. : London, 
[1770?] o6Z. fol. f. 133. 1. (3.) 

NICHOLLS (George) Twenty-five Di- 
vertimentos, for two German Flutes or 
Violins, etc. [Separate Parts.] 

Printed for the Author : Cambridge, 
[1792?] fol. g. 225. (7.) 

Six Divertimentos, for two German 
Flutes, with an Accompaniment for a 
Violoncello or Piano Forte . . . Op. ii*. 
[Separate Parts.] T. Preston, for the 

Author : London, [1780 ?] fol. 

h. 120. (15.) 
NICHOLLS (John) Since we're depriv'd 
of great Anna. A Neio Song, etc. 
D. Wright : [London, 1114..] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (408.) 
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NICHOLSON (I.) My lovely Nymph. 
[Soug.] The Words by a young Lady. 

C\liarles ami] S[amucl\ T[homi)soii : 
London, 1775 ?] s. sJi. fol. 

H. 1994. d. (43.) 

NICHOLSON (James) A Concise Treatise 
on Thorough Bass with Practical Lessons, 
selected from the most Eminent Com- 
posers, with their Melodies for a Violin, 
or German Flute, illustrated with a 
Variety of Examples, etc. 

W. Cope, for the Author : London, 

[1796?] o6Lfol. 785. k. 21. (1.) 

The lessons are by Handel, Corclli, 

Stanley, Geminiani, Abel and Avison. 

NICODEME DANS LA LUNE. A 

travailler nous perdons le courage. Choeur 
des Paysans. De Nicod^me dans la Lune. 
[Words and music by L. A. Beffroy de 
Reigny.l Chez Frere : [Paris, 1791.] 8°. 

B. 362. (101.) 

Colinette au bois s'en alia. Eonde de 
Nicodime dans la Lune. Avcc Accompag' 
de Guittare. [Words and music by 
L. A. Beffroy de Reigny.] Chez Frirc : 
[Paris, 1791.] 8^ B. 362. (98.) 

See Colinette. Colinette n'i a pas 

mal a ca. Beponsc a Colinette dans 



d' 



Nicodime. [1791.] 8". B. 362. (99.) 

Des le premier raiou du jour. [Song.] 
De Nicodim[e] dans la Lune. [Words by 
L. A. Beffroy de Reigny.] Air d'Azemia 
[by N. Dalayrac]. Chez Frhx : [Paris, 
1791.] 8". B. 362. a. (144.) 

Ma foi, c'est agir sans fa^on. Duo de 
Nicodeme dans la L^ine. [Words by 
L. A. Beffroy de Reigny. Air : Je brule 
de voir ce chateau, from N. Dalayrac's 
' Raoul, Sire de Cr^qui.'] Chez Fr^re : 
[Paris, 1791.] 8°. B. 362. (100.) 

Oui, Messieux, tout 1' monde en France. 
[Song.] De Nicodeme dans la Lime. 
[Words by L. A. Beffroy de Reigny.] Air : 
i' Coeurs sensibles '] de Figaro. 
Clwz Frere : [Paris, 1791.] 8°. 

B. 362. (191.) 

Oui, nous perdons 1' courage. Duo de 
Nicodeme dans la Lune [words by 
L. A. Beffroy de Reigny, adapted to ' Oui 
noir mais pas si diable ' by A. E. M. 
Gretry]. Chez Frirc : [Paris, 1791.] 8°. 

B. 362. (115.) 

Tous ceux qui n' s'ront pas contents. 
Vaudeville. De Nicodeme dans la Lune. 
[Words by L. A. Beffroy de Reigny.] Air 
des Fraise[s], Chez Frere: [Paris, 

1791.] 8\ B. 362. a. (37.) 

NICOLAI (Feiedeich) 
See Seubeelich (D.) pseud. 



NICOLAI (G.) Trois Duos pour un 
Violoncelle et un Violon . . . Oeuvre Pre- 
miere. [Separate Parts.] 

Chez J. Schmitt : 
Amsterdam, [1797 ?] fol. g. 421. g. (1.) 

NICOLAI (JoHANN Gottlieb) Six Trios 
pour le Clavecin accompagnes d'un 
Violon et d'un Violoncello . . . Oeuvre iii. 
[Separate Parts.] 

Se vend clu's S. Clement : 
Zwoll, [1780 ?] fol. h. 5. c. (3.) 

NICOLAI (Valentino) A Favorite Con- 
certo for the Piano Forte or Harpsichord 
with Accompanyments for Two Violins, 
Alto, Bass & Flute... Op. 12. [Separate 
Parts.] Longman and Brodcrip : 

I/on(?o?i, [1798 ?] fol. g. 116. a. (2.) 
A Concerto for the Grand & Small Piano 
Forte, with Accompaniments for Two 
Violins, Two Flutes, Alto & Violoncello 
. . .Op. 14. [Separate Parts.] 

Brodcrip d; Wilkinson : 
London, [1790?] fol. g. 116. a. (3.) 
Six Easy Solos for the Violincello and 
Bass. Compos'd for. . .Viscount Galway 
. . .Opera viii. Longman and Brodcrip : 
[London, 1795 ?] fol. g. 24. (9.) 

Six Sonatas for the Piano Forte or 
Harpsichord with an Accompaniment for 
a Violin. . .Opera iii. 

J. Welcker, for the Proprietor : 
London, [1775 ?] fol. g. 504. (3.) 

Six Sonatas. . .Op. in. J. Dale : 

London, [1781 ?] fol. g. 245. (2.) 

Six Sonatas, for the Piano Forte. [Op. 3.] 
[1798.] See Periodical Publications. — 
London. The Piano-Forte Magazine. 
Vol. IV. [No. 9.] [1797-1802.] 8°. 

D. 854. 

[Sonatas. Op. in.] Niccolai's Celebrated 
Rondos from Opera in. . . . Adapted for 
two Performers on One Piano Forte or 
Harpsichord. Printed for J. Dale : 

London, [1784 ?] fol. g. 130. (9.) 

[No. 1.] Nicolai's favorite Sonata 

from Op. 3, etc. [P. F.] J. Bland : 

London, [1790 ?] fol. g. 232. e. (16.) 

No. b of "■ Bland's Collection of Sonatas, 
Lessons, Overtures . . . for the Harpsi- 
chord or Piano Forte.'' 

[No. 1.] Niccolai's Sonata from 

Opera in. for the Piano-Forte or Harpsi- 
chord with au Accompaniment for the 
Violin, etc. J. Dale : London, 

[1795?] fol. g. 147. (8.) 

Six Sonatas for the Harpsichord or Piano 
Forte, with a Violin Accompanj'ment 
Obligate. . .Op. v. [Separate Parts.] 

Longman and Brodcrip : London, 
[1784.] fol. h. 1698. 

[Another copy.] g. 272. e. (6. 

Wanti7ig the Violin part. 



NICOLAI— NIELSON 



195 



NICOLAI (Valentino) Four Grand 

Sonatas for two Performers on the same 

Piano Porte or Harpsichord . . . Opera ix. 

J. Preston, for the AiitJwr : 

London, [1795 ?] fol. h. 1568. d. (3.) 

Six Sonatas, for the Piano Forte or 
Harpsichord . . . Op. xi. 

Longman and Broderip : 
London, [1797 ?] fol. h. 62. (7.) 

Three Sonatas for the Grand or Small 
Piano Forte. With an Accompaniment 
for the Violin . . . Op. 1.3. [Separate Parts.] 
Broderip & Wilkinson : 
London, [1799 71 fol. g. 191. (8.) 

Six Trios for the Harpsichord or Piano 
Forte with Accompanyments for a Violin 
and a Bass obligato. Wclckcr : 

London, [1775 ?] fol. g. 274. h. (3.) 

Six Trios for the Harpsichord or Piano 
Forte with Accompanyments for a Violin 
and a Bass obligato. 

Longman and Broderip : 
I/oridon, [1780?] fol. g. 271. g. (17.) 
Wanting the Bass part. 

NICOLINI (GUALTERO) The King of 
Prussia's March. [Song, begins : " What 
Honours are to Fred'rick due."] 
[London, 1753.] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. (101.) 

NICOMACHUS, Gerasinus. NiKo^dxow 
rtpajTTj.'oO . . . 'Ap[ioviKTJs 'E-yx«ipiSiov. 

Nicomachi Geraseni , . . Harmonices 
Manuale. Marc. Meibomius primus vertit, 
ac Notis explicavit. See Meibomius (M.) 
Antiqua? Mu.sic£e Auctores Septem, etc. 
Vol. I. 1652. 4". 55. b. 18, 19. 

NiKO}*.dxov Ftpao-Tivou 'ApjioviKfjs *Eyx«<-' 
piSiov. Bi^Xia 8vo. jS'ee Aristoxenus. 
Aristoxenas. Nicomachus. Alypius. Auc- 
tores Musices antiquissimi, etc. 1616. 4". 

519. b. 27. 

[Another copy.] See Aristoxencs. Aris- 
toxenus. Nicomachus, etc. 52. d. 29. 

in:EDT (Friedrich Erhardt) F. E. 
Niedtens Handleitung, zur Variation, 
wie man den General-Bass, und dariiber 
gesetzte Zahlen variiren, artigelnventiones 
machen,und aus einen schlechten General- 
Bass Proeludia, Ciaconen, . . .Giquen und 
dergleichen . . . verfertigen kunne, etc. 
Auff Kosten des Autoris . . .beyB. Schillern: 
Hamburg, 1706. obi. 4°. a. 31. 

F. E. Niedtens Musicalische Handleitung 
zur Variation des General-Basses, samt 
einer Anweisung, wie man aus einem 
schlechten General-Bass allerley Sachen 
...erfinden konne. Die Zweyte Auflage 
. . .vermehret. . .mit. . .einem Anhang von 
mehr als 60 Orgel-Wercken versehen 
durch J. Mattheson, etc. (F. E. Niedtens 



Musicalischer Handleitung — Dritter und 
letzter Tlieil, — . . . Opus Posthumum. Deme 
beygefiiget Veritophili deutliche Beweis- 
Griinde, worauf der rechte Gebrauch der 
Music beydes in den Kirchen und ausser 
denselben beruhet . . . mit einer Vorrede 
zum Druck befordert von Mattheson.) 
2 pts. Bey B. Schillers 

Wittwe und J. C. Kissiier : Hamburg, 1721 
(1717). obi. 4". 7895. a. 66. 

Wanting Part I. 'Veritophili deutliche 
Beweis-Grilnde ' lias a separate title- 
page and pagination. Part III. is 
ptcblished by ' Benjamin Schillers 
Erben; in 1717. 

[Another copy. Part I.] b. 169. 

Musicalisches ABC. Zum Nutzen der 
Lehr- und Lerneuden. Bey B. Schillern ; 
Hamburg, 1708. obi. 4". A. 677. 

Musicalische Sonn- und Fest-Tags-Lust,. 
auf alle Sonn- und Fest-Tage durchs gantze 
Jahr, welche sich griindet erstlich in 
einem . . . auf Concerteu Art mit fiiuff 
Vocal- und fiinfE Instrument-Stimmen, 
und ferner in einer . . . Arien, mit ii. 
Discant und Bass. Welche allemahl 
mit einem Chor beschlossen wird, etc. 
[Pars I. — Disc. 2 ; Tenor ; Bassus ; 
Violino 2 ; Viola 1 ; Viola 2 ; Violon ; 
Bassus Cont. Pars ii. — Disc. 1 ; Disc. 2 ; 
Altus ; Tenor ; Bassus ; Violino 1 ; Bassus 
Cont.] 15 pts. L. H. ScJuJnermarck : 

Sondershausen, 1698. fol. H. 26. 

NIEL (Jean Baptiste) Les Eomans. 
Ballet Heroique [written by M. de Bon- 
neval,]. . .Grave par N. Baillieul le Jeune. 
[Short Score.] Chez la Veuve Boivin : 

Paris. [1736.] fol. I. 318. 

NIEIjSON (Lawrence Cornelius) Balmy 
Pledge of Love sincere. A favorite 
Ballad, with an Accompanyment for the 
Piano Forte or Harp. The Words by 
. . . L. Booker, etc. 

Longman and Broderip : [London, 
1785?] fol. H. 1653. (37.) 

Croppies lie down ; A Favorite Irish Air. 

Arranged as aEondo, for the Piano Forte. 

Printed for G. Walker: London, 

[1800 ?] fol. g. 272. c. (7.) 

Happy the Youth whose favour'd Sight. 
A favorite Ballad, with an Accompany- 
ment for the Harp or Piano Forte. 

Longman and Broderip : 
London, [1790 ?] fol. H. 1653. (38.) 

Nielsen's Slow IMarch and Quick Step, 
for the Piano Forte, etc. Preston • 

LoncZwi, [1800 ?] fol. h. 726. i. (16.) 

Three Sonatas, for the Harpsichord or 
Piano Forte, etc. Preston : 

London, [1785 ?] fol. g. 270. g. (4.) 

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NIELSON (Lawrence Cornelius) When 
absent from thy much lov'd sight. A 
favorite Ballad, with an Accompanyment 
for the Piano Forte or Harp. 

Longman c(: Broderip : 
[London, 1790 ?] fol. H. 1653. (39.) 

NIGHT. Night. Ballad. 
See Stevenson (Sir J. A.) 
The Night is come. [Song.] 
See Pbanck (J. W.) 
The Night Piece. [Song.] 
See As. As Caelia to the Covert stray'd, etc. 
[1770?] s.sh.ioL H. 1994. a. (79.) 
Night Thoughts on a Church Yard. [Song.] 
See Zachariae (.J. F. W.) 
The Night was dark. Song. 
Sec LiNLEY (W.) [A Trip to the Na>-e.] 

NIGHTINGALE. The Nightingale. 
[Song, begins : ' While in a Bow'r.'] 
Sec Cabey (H.) 

The Nightingale. Cantata [begins : ' Sweet 
minstrel ']. See Hook (J.) 
The Nightingale. Song [begins : ' When 
the Sun with feeble light 'J. 
See Moulds (J.) 

NIMM. Nimm diesen Frank. Duett. 
Sec Danzi (F.) [Der Kuss.] 

NINA. Nina. Song. Sec Jones (E.) Bard. 
Nina, or the Love distracted Maid, [Opera,] 
Translated from the French with all the 
original Music [by N. Dalayrac], adapted 
for the Voice and Harpsichord ... to which 
are added two favorite Airs by Haydn and 
Gossec. Frinted for G. Gonlding : 

London, [1787.] obi. fol. D. 283. (1.) 
Dors cher enfant. Choeur dc Nina. [By 
N. Dalayrac] Avec accompagnement de 
Clavecin. (Azile donue a I'amour. [Song.] 
Musique de Mr. de la Croix.) 
Chez Bonjotir : Paris, [1800 ?] fol. 

H. 346. (25.) 
Feuille p^riodique , No. 3. 
O ma Nina. Air de Nina. [By N. 
Dalayrac] Chez Lc Due : Paris, 

[1790?] fol. G. 561. a. (30.) 

Nina ou La Folle par Amour. Com6die. 
See Dalayrac (N.) 

NINA ET LINDOR. Nina et Lindor. 
Intermede. See Duni (E. R.) 

NINETTE. La Ninette povercina. 
[Song.] See Giardini (F.) [Ninetta.] 

NINETTE A LA COUB. Ninette a 
la Cour. Com^die. Sec Favart (C. S.) 

NINETY THREE. Ninety Three. 
[Song.] See Dibdin (C.) [The Qtiizes.] 

NINFE. Le Ninfe amorosete. — The foolish 
scornful Nymphs. — TJic last Air sung by 
Mrs. Robinson at y Theatre. {London, 
1720 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 305. (89.) 



NINON DE L',ENCLOS. Ninon de 
I'Enclos, ou I'Epicureisme. Comedic- 
Vaudeville en uu Acte et en prose, par le 
C. A. Creuze. . .Avec des Airs notes. 

Chez le Libraire au TMatre des 
Troubadours : Paris, An viii [1800]. 8". 
11738. c. 26. (4.) 

NISIUS (Conrad) Zwene Christliche 
Psalmen. . . Allen KirchenvndChristlichen 
Gemeinen, beydes der Stedte vnd Dorfier 
in die Superintendentz Weissensee gehorig 
...zu nutze mit sechs Stimmen gesetzt, 
etc. I. (ii.) Discantus. (Altus.) (i. (ii.) 
Tenor.) (Bassus.) G pts. GedrucM bey 
Georgio Baioman, dcm Eltern : Erffnrdt, 
1593. obi. i". A. 189. 

NITETIS. [Opera.] See Mion (J. J. H.) 

NITTETI. Nitteti. Opera. 
See Sacchini (A. M. G.) 

NIVERNOIS ( ) Duke de. 

See Baebon Mazarini Mancini (L. J. H.) 

NIVERS (GuiLLAUME Gabriel) Chants 
et jNIotets a I'vsage de I'Eglise et Com- 
munaute des Dames de la Royale Maison 
de S' Louis a S' Cyr. Tome Premier, 
contenant les Messes, Vespres, Cere- 
monies, avec les Litanies. Le tout Com- 
pose par feu M' Nivers. . .Mise en ordre, 
et Augment^e de quelques Motets par 
M' C16rambault, etc. (Motets, a Une, et 
Deux Voix...Tome Second, contenant 
tous les ]\Iotets qui se chantent aux Saluts, 
Compos(^es par M" Nivers et Clerambault, 
etc.) 2 vols. Gr^vie par L. Hue : 

[Paris,'] 1733. 8". D. 589. 

At the end of Vol. I. is a MS. ' Messc de 
S' Yinceiit de Panic.'' 

Dissertation sur le Chant Gr6gorien, etc. 

Aux di'pcns de VAutheur : Paris, 
1683. 8". 785. b, 53. 

Lamentationes Jeremise Prophetge. 
Quarum Modulatio correcta & concinnata, 
etc. Typis J. B. Christophori Ballard : 
Lutecix Parisiorum, 1719. 8". B. 748. 

1. (2.) Livre d'Orgue contenant Cent Pieces 
de tous les Tons de I'Eglise, etc. 2 vols. 

Chez VAutheur (Gravipar Ludcrs) : 
Paris, 1667. obi. 4". K. 8. b. 10. 

Motets a Voix Seule, accompagn6e do la 
Basse Continue. Et quelques autres 
Motets a deux Voix, propres pour les 
R61igieuses. Avec I'Art d'accompagner 
sur la Basso Continue, pour I'Orgue et le 
Clavecin. Chez V Authenr : 

Paris, 1689. obi. 4". B. 748. a. 

Passiones D. N. J. C. cum Benedictione 
Cerei Paschalis ; quarum Modulatio 
correcta & concinnata, etc. Typis . . . 

Joannis-Baptistti'-Christophori Ballard : 
Lutcci^e Parisiorum, 1723. 4". E. 511. 



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NO. No anxious Care my Heart can know. 
Song. See Tenducci (G. F.) [Love at 
First Sight.] 

No Charms, I've heard my Chloo say. 
The Address to Chloo. [Song, by W. 
Defesch.] See Chloe. Chloe, or the 
Musical Magazine, etc. No. 11. 
[1760?] fol. G. 433. 

No Drury nymph, so smart and gay. 
Polli/. A new Song. [London, 1757.] 8". 

P.P. 5438. z. 
JJyiivcrsal Magazine, Vol. XX., p. 329. 

No flow'r that blows. [Song.] 

Sep- LiNLEY (T.) the Elder. [Seliina and 

Azor.] 

No glory I covet. Content hy Raison. A 
Duetto. [London, 1740 ?] fol. 

G. 315. (147.) 
hnpcrfcct, p. 1 only. 

[Another setting.] No glory I covet. 
Coyiten[t]ment. A new Song. [London, 
1745 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. e. (92.) 

No glory I covet. Contentment ; a new 
Song. [London, 1750.] 8". 249. c. 20. 

Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. XX., p. 275. 

No Glory I covet. Contentment. A New 
Song. [London, 1750.1 8". 

P.P. 5438. z. 
Universal Magazine, Vol. VI., p. 176. 

No good without an exception. [Song.] 
See DiBDiN (0.) 

No Highland lad or dear pantin. The Irish 
Lassie. A New Song. [By R. Davies.] 
[London, 1751.] 8°. 157. 1. 13. 

London Magazine, 1751, p. 228. 

No, il mio cor nol suffrira. [Song.] 

See MoxsiGNY (P. A.) [La Belle Arscne. 

No7i,j'ai trop defierti.'] 

No Language but that of the Heart. Song. 
See Makian. 

No Lass on fam'd Hibernia's Plains. The 
Plan. A New Song. [London, 1758.] 8". 

P.P. 5438. z. 
Universal Magazine, Vol. XXIII., p. 31. 

No ! let the guilty tremble. Song. 
See Haendel (G. F.) [Satil] 

No longer heave the heart-felt sigh. Duet. 
See Sanderson (J.) [Blackbeard.'] 

No longer let whimsical Songsters com- 
pare. Wojnan. [Song.] Sung by Mr. 
Lowe at Vaux-hall. [London, 1761.] 8°. 

P.P. 5140. 
Lady's Magazine, Vol. III., p. 81. 

No longer let whimsical Songsters com- 
pare. Woman. A New Song. . .Sung by 
j\Ir. Lowe. [London, 17G1.] 8'\ 

158. 1. 6. 
London Magazine, 1761, p. 552. 



NO. No longer let whimsical Songsters 

compare. Woman. [Song.] Sung by 

IMiss Lowe at Vauxhall. [London,] 

1761. 8°. P.P. 5441. 

Boyal Magazine, Vol. V.,p. 149. 

No longer let whimsical songers [sic] 
compare. Woman : A New Song, sung 
by Mr. Lowe. [London, 1761.] 8". 

P.P. 5438. z. 
Universal Maxjazitie, Vol. XXIX., p. 95. 

No longer lot whimsical Songsters com- 
pare. Woman. [Song.] Sung by Mr. 
Lowe. [London, 1765 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. e. (93.) 

No Magic like Gold. [Song.] See This. 
This, this and this only is true Conjura- 
tion, etc. [1770 ?] 5. sh. fol. 

G. 316. (139.) 

No INIaiden sure was ever teaz'd. The 
Fickle Stoain. [Song.] 

C[harles and] S[amuel] T[hompson : 
London, 1775 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (140.) 

No moralist since can blame. T)te Original 
Coal-black Joak. [Song.] [London, 

1730 ?J s. sh. fol. G. 316. e. (99.) 

No more for another my bosom should 
glow. Daphne. A New Song. [London, 
1757.] 8". 158. L 2. 

London Magazine, 1757, p. 452. 

No more his Fears alarming. Song. 
See Storage (S.) [The Firatcs.] 

No more I'll dread Love's fatal dart. 
Song. See Hudson (R.) 

No more invade me. Song. 
See Hercules. 

No more my Song shall be. The Highland 
Queen. A New Song. [Words by Mac 
Vicar.] [London, 1764.] 8». 

P.P. 5438. z. 
Universal Magazine, Vol. XXXIV., 
p. 207. 
No more my Song shall be. The High- 
land Queen. [Song.] [London, 1770?] 
s. sh. fol. G. 310. (170.) 

[Another edition.] No more my Song 
shall be. The Highland Queen. [Song.] 
[London, VllQl] s. sh. io\. 

H. 1994. d. (44.) 

[Another edition.] No more my Song 

shall be. The Highland Queen. [Song.] 

B. Falkcncr : London, [1775 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. a. (203.) 

No more, no more by Fears oppressed. 
Duetto. See Mazzinghi (.L) 

No more, oh ! then my Soul. A Midnight 
Thought. A new Song, etc. [By L. 
Abington.] [London, 1753.] 8*. 

157. 1. 15. 
London Magazine, 1753, p. 85. 



198 



NO— NOFERI 



NO. No more shall Buds or Branches 
spring. A Favourite Song sung by Mrs. 
Baddely at Ranelagh. W[illiam] Nlcqncr : 
London, 1770 ?] fol. H. 1994. d. (45.) 

No more shall meads be deck'd with 
flow'rs. Alexis; or the Faithful Sioain ; 
from a MS. [Song, words by T. Carew.] 
[London, 1752.] Q". 249. e. 22. 

Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. XXII., p. 

574. A different setting from Boyce's 

Song ' The Protestation.' 

[Another setting.] No more shall IMeads 
be deck'd with Flow'rs. The Protestation. 
A New Song. C[harles and] S[anmcl] 

T[hompson] : London, [1770 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 297. (30.) 
A different setting from that of Boyce. 

No more silly Pipe. Molly. A new 
Song. [London, 1760 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. e. (95.) 

No more the dear, the lovely Nymph. 
Song. See Bloav (J.) 

No more with Unavailing Woe. Air. 
See Bach (J. C.) [Gioas.] 

No more, ye swains, no more upbraid. 
Tlie Distrest Lover. [Song.] 
[London,] 1760. 8". P.P. 5441. 

Boyal Magazine, Vol. II., p. 217. 

No more, ye Warbling Birds rejoice. 
[Song.] See Callcott (J. W.) 

No, never hope I'll change my mind. 
[Song.] Sec Akeroyde (S.) 

No, no, I never love thee less. Rondeau. 
Sec King (R.) 

No, no, no ; I will no more believe thee. 
— No, no, no; non voi piu star in pene. 
An Aire sung by the late Mr. Purbeck 
Turner at the Theatre in Brury Lane. 
[London, 1715 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. g. (44.) 
No, no, no, it must not be. Song. 
See Hook (J.) 

No, no, you'd deceive me. Song. 
See Calypso and Tblemachus. 

No nymph that trips. A New Song, etc. 
[London, 1756.] 8". 250. e. 3. 

Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. XXVI. 
p. 189. 

No nymph that trips. A New Song. 
Sung at the publick Gardens, etc. 
[London, 1756.] 8°. P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. XIX., p. 229. 

No Riches from his scanty Store. [Song.] 
See Graefp (J. G.) 

No Shepherd was like Strephon gay. 
A neiv Song. [London, 1755.] 8°. 

157. 1. 17. 
London Magazine, 1755, p. 243. 
No Sport to the Chace can compare. 
Song. See Arnold (S.) 



NO. No, 'twas neither Shape nor Feature. 
Song. Sec Moetellari (M.) [The Flitch 
of Bacon.] 

No Waist at all. Song. See Hook (J.) 
No watch, dear Celia, just is found. Song. 
See PuRCELL (H.) 

NO SONG NO SUPPER. No Song 
no Supper. Comic Opera. 
See Storage (S.) 

NOBLE PEASANT. The Noble 
Peasant. Comic Opera. See Shield (W.) 

NOBLE ROTURIER. Le Noble 
Roturier, Com6die en un Acte, melee de 
Vaudevilles ; par J. B. Radet, etc. [With 
music to some of the songs.] 

Thi'dtre dtc Vaudeville : Paris, An 
deuxieme [1794]. 8°. 11738. m. 4. (9.) 

NOBLET (Charles) Agreable sejour, 
ou mon ame charmee. Air tendre, etc. 
Gravi par JIJ"" Labassee. Imprime par 
Tournellc : [Paris,] 1757. s. sh. 8". 

297. d. 10. 
Mercure de France, Bee, 1757. 
Dans un r^dnit d^licieux. Air. [Paris,] 
1738. s. sh. i". 297. b. 23. 

Mercure de France, April, 1738. 

NOBODY. Nobody. [Song.] See I. 
I'll sing you a Song, Sirs. 
[1770?] s. sh.iol. G. 309. (122.) 

NOCE BilARNAISE. Roder, veiller, 
sans cesse etre aux aguets. Ariel te de la 
Noce Bdarnoise. [Music by Leblanc] 
Chez Imbault : Paris, [1787.] 8". 

B. 362. c. (72.) 

NOCES DE DORINE. Les Noces de 
Dorine, ou Helene et Francique. Opera. 
See Sarti (G.) [Fra i due Litiganti il 
terzo gode.] 

NOCES DE VENUS. Les Noces de 
Veuiis, ou Les Filets de Vulcain, Opd'ra 
Comique en un acte. [Written] Par ]\Ir. 
de Hautemer. [With the voice-parts of 
nine songs.] CJiez Pierre Gosse Junior : 
La Hayc, 1751. 8". 242. g. 21. 

Part of the ' Thi'dtre de laHaye,' Tom. 4. 

NOD. The Nod Wink and Smile. [Song.] 
See Let. Let fusty old Greybeards of 
Apathy boast, etc. [1785 ?] s. sh. fol. 

I. 530. (89.) 

NOEL (Nathaniel) See Songs. The 
Circle, or Conversations on Love and 
Gallantry. . .Augmented with several New 
Songs, etc. 
1676. 8". 12330. b. 40. 

NOFERI (Giovanni Battista) The Opera 
Dances for 1778 including the favorite 
Spanish Dance as performed by Mens' 
Simonet & Mademoi'" Baccelli. Composed 
& adapted for the Harp Guittar Ger" 
Flute and Piano Forte, etc. Welcker : 

London, [1778.] obi. 4°. b. 51. e. 



NOFERI— NON 



199 



NOFERI (Giovanni Battista) The Opera 
Dances for 1779. . . Composed and Adapted 
for the Violin, German Flute and Piano 
Forte, etc. John Wclckcr : London, 

[1779.] ohl. 4". b. 51. a. (6.) 

The celebrated Dances performed by the 
Mess" Vestris &c. at the King's Theatre 
in the Hay Market, 1781. 3 Books. 
J. Blundell : London, [1781.] obi. 4°. 

b. 57. b. (4.) 
Six Duettos, three for two Violins, and 
three for a Violin and Violoncello. . .Op. 
XIV. [Separate Parts.] 

Printed for the Atdhor : 
London, [m5-7] fol. g. 669. c. 

Six Solos for a Guitar with a Thorough- 
Bass for the Harpsichord. . .Opera Terza. 

Printed for J. Joltnson : 
London, [1765 ?] fol. g. 660. (3.) 

Eight Solo's for a Violin with a Bass for 
the Harpsichord or Violoncello, etc. 

J. Co.v,for the Author : 
London, [1760.] fol. g. 669. d. 

A presentation copy from the comp)Oscr, 
dated 1760. 

Six Solos for a Violin and Bass. . .Opera 
Seconda. Printed for J. Johnson : 

London, [1765 ?J fol. g. 669. a. 

Sei Soli di Violino e Basso. . .Opera viii. 
{London,'] (1765.) ohl. fol. e. 747. 

Six Solos for the Violin and Bass . . . 
Opera xi. [LorJ^on, 1770 ?J fol. g. 669. 

[Another edition.] Six Solos for the Violin 
and Bass. . .Opera xi. 

Longman, Lulccij d Co. : 
London, [1772 ?] fol. g. 422. e. (5.) 

Six Sonatas or Duets for Two Violins. . . 
Opera iv. [Separate Parts.] Welckcr : 
London, [1770 ?] fol. g. 421. c. (1.) 

[Another edition.] Six Duets for Two 
Violins. . .Opera Quarta. [Separate 

Parts.] Printed for J. Longman d Co. : 
London, [1770 ?] fol. g. 421. d. (4.) 

Six Sonates a Deux Violons, etc. [Op. iv. 
Separate Parts.] Ch4:z B. Hummel : 

La Haxje, [1775 ?] fol. h. 2910. (3.) 

Six Sonatas for Two Violins and a Bass. . . 
Opera vii'"\ [Separate Parts.] 

R. Bremner : 
London, [1770 ?] fol. h. 2851. e. (1.) 

Six Trios for two Violins with a Thorough 
Bass for the Harpsichord . . . Op. xiii. 
[Separate Parts.] 

W. Napier, for the Author : 
London, [1775 ?] fol. g. 669. b. 

Six Trios, Three for a Violin, Tenor & 
Violoncello and Three for Two Violins & 
a Violoncello. . .Opera xv., etc. [Separate 
Parts.] J. Rutherford : 

London, [1780 ?] fol. g. 274. h. (4.) 



NOFERI (Giovanni Battista) Six Trios 
for two Violins and a Violoncello . . . 
Op. 17. [Separate Parts.] J. Blundell : 
London, [1780 ?J fol. g. 669. e. 

NOIRE. Noire foret, ah ! que j'aime ton 
ombre. Air. [Paris,~\ 1725. s. sh. 4°. 
Mercure de France, July, 1725. 

297. a. 15. 

NOLA (Giovanni Doxienico da) Liber 
Primus Motectorum Quinque Vocum. . . 
Nouiter ab ipso authore congesti, etc. 
Bassus. Apud Hieronymum Scottum : 

Venetiis, 1549. obi. 4^ K. 3. e. 16. 

See L'Arpa (G. L. di) Canzon Napolitaue 
. . . Libro Secondo Di L'Arpa . . loan 
Dominico da Nola, etc. 1566. 8°. 

A. 247. 

NOIiCKEN (G. H.) Baron. Crazy Jane, 
[Song,] written bv M. G. Lewis, etc. 
T. Skillern: London, [1799?] fol. 

G. 866. (44.) 

NOME. II Nome. Cantata. 
See AsiOLi (B.) 

NON. Non, ce n'est qu'aux amans heureux. 
Air tendre. Rccoquilli^c : 

[Paris,] 1770. s. sh. 8". 297. e. 29. 

Merciirc de France, Jan., 1770. 
Non, de ces ncEuds que j'abhore. Trio. 
See Tarchi (A.) [Le Trente et le 
Quarante.] 

Non ^ la mia Sperauza. [Aria.] 
See Sacchini (A. M. G.) [Perseo.] 
Non e si vago e hello. Song. 
See GiULio Cesare. 

Nonfidi al Mar che freme. Tlie Chcarfull 
Glee [by S. Webbe the Elder] which 
gained a Prize on the 4'" of May 1790. 
Thus early published for the Use of the . . . 
jMembers of the Catch Club, etc. 

Longman and Broderip, for the Editor : 
London, [1790.] obi. fol. E. 207. (7.) 

Non, je ne SQais qu'aimer. Duo, de V Amour 
et de Bacus. [Paris, 1780 ?] S". 

B. 362. a. (56.) 
Non, je ne veux plus aimer Aminte. Air 
Nouveau. [Paris,] 1724. s. sJi. 4°. 

297. a. 9. 

Mercure de France, August, 1724. 
Non, I'Amour est trop dangereux. Air a, 
Boire [for two voices] etc. 
[Paris,] 1730. s. sh. 4\ 298. a. 11. 

Mercure de France, Jane, 1730. 

Non lagrimar ben mio. [Duet.] 
See Tarchi (A.) [Virginia.] 

Non, laisse moi, laisse moi, Lucas. Duo. 
See CiFOLELtii (G.) [Perin et Lttcette.] 

Non lo voglio non lo prendo. Duetto. 
See Paisiello (G.) [La Locanda.] 

Non, mon coeur soufEre moins de peines. 
Air. Sec Olimpiade. 



200 



NON— NOT 



NON. Non, non, disoit un Biberou. 
[Song.] See Bessant ( ) 
Non, non, Doris, ne pense pas. L'Amant 
gindrcux. [Song.] [Paris, 1780 ?] 8". 

B. 362. (246.) 
Non , non jc n'irai plus au bois. La Bergcie 
timide. Aricttc NouvcUe. 
[Paris, 1780 ?] 8°. B. 362. b. (34.) 

Non, non sans t'offencer. Air. 
Sec Chimenk. 
Non piangeto. Song. 
Sec BiAxcHi (F.) [Antigona.'] 
Non quand I'amour chercheroit k me plaire. 
Ariettc NouvcUe. [Paris, 1780 ?] 80. 

B. 362. b. (63.) 
Non, rien ne pent me consoler. Air s^rieiix. 
[Paris,] 1748. s. sh. 4". 297. c. 19. 

Mcrcure de France, Dec, 1748. 
Non sparate mi disdisco. Aria. 
See Haydn (F. J.) [La Vera Costanza.] 
Non temer, a favourite Song, etc. [From 
F. G. Bertoni's ' Demofoonte.'] 
Eli-i' Ithamcs: Wtibliu, llld'?] fol. 

H. 1601. a, (63.) 
Non temer, bell' idol mio. [Song.] 
See Bertoni (F. G.) [DotMfuonte.] 
Non, tous les ccBurs soumis a ton empire. 
Chanson. Gravt' ]yar M" Char- 

pentie. Imprivid par Tournelle : [Paris,] 
1761. s. sh. 8". 297. d. 31. 

Mcrcure de France, Oct., 17G1. 
Non, Venus n'est pas comparable. Air. 
[Paris,] 1755. s. sh. 8°. 298. e. 26. 

Mcrcure de France, December, 1755. 
Non vi piacque. Song. 
Sec Haesdel (G. F.) [S'lroe.] 

NONE. None so pretty. [Song.] 
See DiBDiN (C.) [The Quizes.] 

NO-NI-NO. No-Ni-No. [Song.] 
See Kelly (M.) [Feudal Times.] 

NONNEN-LIEDER. Nonncu-Lieder 
mit :\lelodien. iClotha'?] 1112. 8". 

11521. de. 14. (4.) 

NONPAREIL. TheNon-pariel. [Song.l 
See BoYCE (W.) 
The Nonpareil. [Song.] 
Sec Webbe (S.) the Elder. 

NONPAREILLE. The non pareille. 
[Song.] Sec There. There never was 
nor e'er will be. [1740?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. b. (81.) 

NONSENSICAL. Nonsensical folks 
prepare. Song. See Hemming ( ) 

NOON. Noon. Rondo [begins : ■ "Tis 
fervid Noon ']. See Casson (^I.) 
Noon. Song [begins: 'Fervid now the 
sunbeams glow ']. Sec Hudson (R.) 
Noon. Ballad [begins : ' Fervid on the 
glitt'ring flood ']. 
See Stevenson {Sir J. A.) 



NOONTIDE. The Noontide Air. [Song.] 
Sec Aenk (T. a.) [C'oTOJis.] 

NOORDT (Sybrandus van) Sonate per 
il Cimbalo appropriate al Flauto & \'iolino 
...Opera Prima. Stampata con...spcc<: 
di Henrico Anders. . .m casa di Sebastian 
Peizold : Aynsterdam, [1690 ?] fol. 

K. 1. i. 18. 

NORFOLK. The Norfolk Shop-Keeper. 



Song. 



Sec Dale (Joseph) 



NORRIS (Thomas) Six Simphonios for 
two Violins, two Hautboys, two Frencli 
Horns, a Tenor and Bass... Opera 1'"'. 
[Separate Parts.] Printed for tlic Author : 
London, [1765 ?] fol. h. 2771. a. (1.) 
Eight Solo Songs, adapted for the Voice 
and Harpsichord, composed by the late 
T. Norris, etc. Printed far W. Mathews : 
Oxford, [1795 ?] fol. G. 806. i. (10.) 
See Amusement for the Ladies. Amuse- 
ment for the Ladies, being a Selection of 
. . . Glees and IMadrigals . . . by . . . Messrs. 
Atterbury,. . .Norris, etc. 
[1791-93.] obi. fol. E. 61. 

NORTH. The North Country Lass. Song. 
See There. There was a fair maiden, etc. 
[17G9.] 8". P.P. 5438. z. 

NORTH (Francis) 1st Baron Guilford. 
Sfc. Essay. A Philosophical Essay of 
Musick, etc. [By Francis North, Baron 
Guilford.] 1G77. 4". 557*. c. 20. (1.) 

NORTHERN. The Northern Lass. 
[Song.] See Fisher (W.) 

NORTHUMBERLAND. The North- 
umberland Bagpipe. [Song.] 
See Shepherd. A Shepherd sat him 
under a thorn. [1770 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 306. (141.) 

NORWICH. The Norwich Toast, [Song.] 
Sec Arne (T. a.) 

NOS. Nos bons parens parlcnt sans cesse. 
Ariette. 

See Champein (S.) [Lc Manteau.] 
Nos hameaux sont I'heureux s6jour. 
Musette. [Paris,] 1755. .?. sh. 8°. 

298. c. 25. 
Mercure de France, Sept., 1755. 

Nos plaisirs sont lagers. Air. 

See Couvent. 

Nos triomphes sont ton ouvrage. Couplets 

donncs a. Mr. Dumourie; a I'opera, sur 

I'air de la Marseilloise [by C. J. Rouget 

de Lisle]. Chez Imbault : 

[Paris, 1192?. 8". B. 362, a. (11.) 

NOSEGAY. The Nosegay. Ballad. 
See Smith (Theodore) 

NOT. Not Cloris that I juster am. Song. 
Sec Turner (E.) 



NOT— NOUVEAU 



201 



NOT. Not far from Town, a Country 
Squire. The Chamber maid. [Song.] 
[London, 1775?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (146.) 
Not Semele's attracting Love. Sallij. A 
New Song. [London, 1755.] S". 

P.P. 5438. z. 
Universal Magazine, Vol., XVI., j}- 273. 

Not Semele's attracting Love. Sally. A 
new Song. [London, 1700 '?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (168.) 
Not this blooming April season. The 
Forsaken Lady. [Song.] [London, 

1750 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1994. (45.) 

[Another setting.] Not this blooming 
Aprill season. [Song.] See Oswald (.7.) 

Not your Eyes, Jlelania, move me. Song. 
Sec King (R.) 

NOTARI (Angelo) Prime Musiche 
Nuoue ... a una, due, et tre Voci, per 
Cantare con la Tiorba, et altri Strumenti, 
Nouameute poste in luce. Intagliatc da 
Giicjlielmo Hol-e : Londra, [1G18.] fol. 

K. 1. i. 10. 
This work contains an arran^jement for 
one voice of Cipriano di Rore's four- 
part madrigal, 'Ben qui si mostra.' 

NOTHING. Nothing at all. Song. 
See Now. Now since I have nothing to do. 
[1780?] s.sh.lol. H. 1601. a. (78.) 

Nothing but a Place. Song. 
See Keeve (W.) 

Nothing but drunk. [Song.] 

Sec DiBDiN (C.) [Private TJicatricals.] 

NOTRE. Notre meunier charge d'argent. 
Air. See Camille. 

NOURRICE REPUBLICAINE. La 

Nourrice Kepublicaine, ou Les Plaisirs 
de I'Adoption ; Comedie en un Acte, 
melee do Vaudevilles ; [written] par le C. 
Piis. . .avec la musique. Cliez U 

Libraire, au Theatre dii Vaudeville : 
Paris, An deuxieme [179'4\ 8'\ 

11738. I. 18. (6.) 

NOUS. Nous avons chante la Victoire. 
Hymne. See Cherubini (M. L. C. Z. S.) 

Nous avons un clocher chez nous. 
T/Agreable Carillon. [Words] Par M' 
Marteau, etc. Chez les Fn^res Savigny : 
[Prt»-is, 1780 ?] 8°. B. 362. b. (128.) 

Nous autres fiUettes. Air. 
See Fausse Paysanne. 

Nous etions dans cet age. Romance. 

Sec SORCIEB. 

Nous n'avons qu'un terns a vivre. Fan- 
fare du bon Terns. [Song.] 
Chi^s Mr Catnand : [Pons, 1783.] 8". 

B. 362. a. (180.) 
[Another copy.] B. 362. e. (78.) 



NOUS. [Another edition.] Nous n'avons 
qu'un terns a vivre. La Morale de Roger 
Bon-Tems. [Song.] Avec Accompagnem' 
de Guittarc par IM' Ducrav. [Paris, 

1785 ?] 8". B.' 362. a. (181.) 

Nous nous aimons des I'enfance. [>ui>, 
etc. B((bb : [London? 1800?] fol. 

G. 806. r. (25.) 
Nous nous disputions Tautro jour. 
L'iJloge des Ycux. [Song.] Chez Fr^re : 
[Paris, 1180?] 8\ B. 362. b. (107.) 

Nous nous partag'rons la culture. [Song.] 

See Au Retour. 

Nous nous plaignons que la Parque. 

Chanson. See Lemaire (L.) 

Nous pouvons aller maintenant. [Song.] 

See Berton (H. M.) [Le Rcndcz-Vous 

Supposi.] 

Nous sommes ues pour Tesclavage. [Air.] 

See Caravane du Caire. 

Nous voici done au jour de 1' An. [Song.] 

See Papavoixe ( ) ili'""'. 

NOUVEAU. Le Nouveau Combat. 
[Song.] See Sans. Sans que je sois 
Amazone. [1780 ?J 8". B. 362. b. (147.) 

Le Nouveau Democrite. Chanson. 

See Jamais. Jamais mon cceur iie' s'irrite. 

[1783] 8". B. 362. a. (67.) 

Le Nouveau Monde, ou Ic Masque de Verite. 
[Song.] See On. On no reconnait plus 
lemonde. [1785?] 8\ B. 362. (174.) 

Le Nouveau Sans- Souci. [Song.J 

See Que. Que de Mars et de Bellonne. 

[1780?] 8". B. 362. a. (66.) 

NOUVEAU D'ASSAS. Le Nouveau 
d'Assas. Trait civique. 
See Berton (H. :M.) 

NOUVEAU DON QUICHOTTE. Le 

Nouveau Don (^uichotto. Opera. 
Sec Champkin (S.) 

NOUVEAU MAGASIN DES MO- 
DERNES. Le Nouveau Magasin des 
Moderncs. Comedie en un Acte, en prose, 
melee de Vaudevilles. . .Avec 14 Airs notes. 
Chez le Libraire an Tliedtre du Vaudeville : 
Paris, An vri. 1798. 1 8°. 

11738. d. 14. (1.) 

NOUVEAU MARIE. Le Nouveau 
^larie. Opera Coinique. 
See Baccelli (D.) 

NOUVEAU THiiATRE ITALIEN. 

Le Nouveau Theatre Italicn, ou llocueil 
General des Comedies representees par les 
Comediens , Italiens Ordinaires du Roi. 
Nouvelle Edition, corrigee & tres aug- 
mentee, & a laquello on a joint les 
Airs graves des Vaudevilles a la fin de 
chaque Volume. 10 Tom. 
CJiez Briasson : Paris, 1753. 12". 

241. i. 4 13. 



202 



NOUVEAUX— NOW 



NOUVEAUX. Les Nouveaux Dangers 
des Bois. [Song.] SceJEUNE. Lajeune 
Lise sans detour. [1780 ?] 8". 

B. 362. b. (106.) 

NOUVEK Le Nouvel An. Chanson. 
Sec L., M''. 

NOUVEL (EDIPE. Dans nos champs, 
uue bergere 16gere. Air du Nouvel CEdipe. 
Avec Accomp' de Guittare. Chez Imbmilt : 
Paris, [1790 '?] 8°. B. 362. h. (27.) 



[Another copy.] 
Paris, [1790 ?J 8°. 



Chez Imhault : 
B. 362. c. (88*.) 

La gentille Annette. Air dxi Nouvel 
CEdipe. Avec Accomp' de Guittare. 
Chez Imhault : Paris, [1790 ?J 8". 

B. 362. c. (88.) 

UOUVELIjE. La Nouvelle Pension. 
Chanson. See Gr. 

La Nouvelle V6nus. [Song.] See De. 

De Tamour gouverne I'empire. 

[1785?] 8». B. 362. g. (96.) 

NOUVELLE :6C0LE DES 

FEMMES. La Nouvelle Ecole des 

Femmes. Com^die. 

See Philidoe (F. A. Dakican) 

NOUVELLISTE DUP:6. Le Nouvel- 
liste Dupe, Op^ra-Comique en un Acte 
[written] par M. Panard. . . Avec la Mu- 
sique [of the concluding Vaudeville]. 1757. 
See Theatre. Nouveau Theatre de la 
Foire, etc. Tom. 3. 1763. 8". 

11735. d. 2. 

NOVELL (Matthew) Senate da Camera 
or Chamber Musick. Being a Sett of Twelve 
Sonata's consisting of Preludes AUemands 
Sarabands Jiggs Ayres & Gavotts with 
many other Musical Intervals composed 
for Two Violins and Bass with a Thorough- 
bass for the Theorbo-lute Spinett or 
Harpsicord, etc. (Violino Primo.) 
Excud: et Sculp: Tho Gross JuW. Printed 
for the Author : London, [1690?] fol. 

f. 93. 

NOVELLO (LoDOvico) Mascharate . . . 
di piu sorte et varii soggetti apropriati al 
Carueuale. Nouamente . . . Composte. . . 
Libro Primo. A Quatro Voci. Altus. 
(Tenor.) 2 pts. Apud Antonium Gardane : 
Vcnetiis, 15'16. obi. 4°. 

53. a. 32, 33. (7.) 

NOVELLO (ViNCEKT) 

See Come. Come all my brave Boys, etc. 
MS. NOTES [by V. Novello]. [1785 ?] fol. 

H. 1650. c. (8.) 

NOVERRE (AuGUSTm) A new March, 
Six new Minuets, Six new Cotillons and 
Two new Country Dances, etc. 

Longman & Broderip : 
London, [1785 ?] obi. 4°. b. 51. c. (1.) 



NOVI FRUTTI MUSICALI. Noui 
Frutti Musicali. Madrigali a Cinque 
Voci, di diuersi Eccellentissimi Musici. 
Nouamente composti, & dati in luce. 
[With a dedication by P. Bellasio.] 
Canto. (Alto.) (Tenore.) (Basso.) (Quiuto.) 
5 pts. Appresso Giacamo Vinccnti : 

Vcnetia, 1590. 4°. K. 3. h. 1. 

This collection contains compositions by 

A. Striggio, G. M. Nanino, A. Stabile, 
G. B. Moscaglia, A. Crivello, A. 
Zoilo, R. Giovanclli, P. Bellasio, F. 
Soriano, G. A. Dragoni, P. Isnardi, 

B. Roi, M. A. Ingcgneri, G. Croce, 
G. B. Mosto and L. Luzaschi. In the 
table of contents No. 16 is assigned to 

F. Anerio, but B. Roi's name occurs 
in the heading. 

Noui Frutti Musicali. Madrigali a 
Cinque Voci di Diuersi Eccellentissimi 
]\Iusici. Nouamente augmenti & dati 
in luce. [With a dedication signed 
'Pietro Phalesio.'] Tenore. (Basso.) 
2 pts. Appi-esso Pietro Phalesio : Anuersa, 
1610. obi. 4°. A. 231. 

The composers of this collcctimi are : 
A. Striggio, G. M. Nanino, A. Stabile, 

G. B. Moscaglia, Archangelo Chri- 
vello, A. Zoilo, R. Giovanelli, Paulo 
Bellasio, Francisco Soriano, G. A. 
Dragoni, P. Isnardi, B. Roi, G. 
Croce, G. G. Gastoldi, L. Luzaschi, 
Principe di Yenosa, G. B. Mosto, M. 

A. Ingegneri, H. Vecchi, G. Priidi, 

B. Nanino, F. Anerio, G. Heremitas, 
G. P. Siuellingh, C. Verdonch and 
Antonio Formica. 

NOVICE. The Novice. [Song.] 

Sec Confined. Confin'd to the House, 
etc. [1756.] s. sh. 8". P.P. 5439. ab. 

The Novice. [Song.] 

See Confined. Confin'd to the House, 

etc. [1756.] 8". 158. 1. 1. 

The Novice. [Song.] 

See Confined. Confin'd to the house, 

etc. [1756.] 8". P.P. 5438. z. 

The Novice. [Song.] 

See Confined. Confin'd to the House, 

etc. [1756?] s.sh.iol. G. 307. (119.) 

Le Novice de La Trappe. [Song.] 
See Martini (G.) il Tedesco. 

NO'W. Now at last the Matter is dicided. 
The Lcyal SJierifs of London and 
Middlesex. Upon their Election. [Song.] 
To the Tune of. Now at last the Riddle is 
Expounded. Printed for M. Thompson : 
London, 1682. s. sh. fol. 

Case 38. i. 25. (14.) 
[Another copy.] 1872. a. 1. (44.) 

Now begin the heav'nly theme. Hymn. 
See B., R. W. 



NOW 



203 



WOW. Now como Love's plagues. The 
Scqticl to The Play of Love. [Song, music 
by J. C. Pepusch.] Cross : [London, 

J 725?] s.sh.iol. H. 1601. (320.) 

[Another edition.] Now come Love's 
plagues. Tlie Sequel to The Play of Love. 
[London, 1730 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 305. (198.) 
[Another copy.] G. 310. (135.) 

Now come ye Jolly Lads be gay. The 
hish Wedding. [Song.] Set to the 
favourite Chorus Jigg. [London, 

1780?] s.sh.iol. G. 310. (139.) 

Now comes on the glorious year. Song. 
See Modern Prophets. 

Now each Rustic tunes his Song. The 
Happy Rustic. [Song.] Blundcll : 

[London, 1780 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (166.) 

Now fare thou well my Dearest Dear. 
The Unkind Parents : or the Languish- 
ing Lamentation of two Loyal Lovers. 
[Ballad.] To an Excellent New Tune. 
Printed for C. Bates : [London, 
1690 ?] s. sh. fol. Case 39. k. 6. (9.) 
The time is represented by a meaningless 
succession of notes. 

Now homeward o'er the Daisied Meads. 

[Song.] 

See Kelly (M.) [.4 Friend hi Need.] 

Now I pray you attend. The Uticonscion- 
ahle Gallant: or, The Beautiful Lady's 
Misfortune. [Ballad.] To the Tune of, 
Fond Boy, etc. Printed for C. Nates 

[Bates] : London, [1090?] s. sh. fol. 

Case 39. k. 6. (55.) 
The tunc is represented by a meaningless 
succession of notes. 

Now Jockey and IMoggy are ready. TJic 
Scotch Wedding, or the Lass with the Golden 
Hair. [Song.] [London, 1710 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (317.) 
• [Another edition.] Now Jockey and Moggy 
are ready. The Scotch Wedding, etc. 
[London, 1715 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (129.) 
Now jolly we're met. Glee. 
Sec Akne (M.) [The Capricious Lady.] 

Now May has spread its sweets around. 
Absent Delia. [Song.] 

L[ongman,] L[ukey and] B[i-oderip : 
London, 1778 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (162.) 

Now May has unfolded. A neiv Song. 
Sung by Mr. Lowe. [London, 1754.] 8°. 

157. 1. 16. 
London Magazine, 1754, p. 84. 

Now May her charms discloses. Jenny of 
the Green. [Song.] Sung by Mr. Vernon. 
R. Falkener : London, [1780 ?] fol. 

G. 806. f. (61.) 



NOW. Now my Boys the Ship floats. A 
New Song. Addressed to the Crew of the 
Prince Edward Private Ship of War. 
[London, 1758.] s. sh. 8°. P.P. 5439. ab. 

Neio Universal Magazine, Feb., 1758. 
Now my Boys the Ship floats. A New 
Song. Address'd to the Crew of the 
Prince Edward Private Ship of War 
[Lo7idon, 1770 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. e. (94.) 
Now my freedom's regain'd. Song. 
See Willis ( ) 

Now, now the Tories all shall stoop. TJie 
Whig's Exaltation. A Pleasant New Song 
of 82. To an Old Tune of 41. 

Nath. Thompson : 
London, 1682. s. sh. fol. 

Case 38. i. 25. (5.) 
Now o'er the Globe. Song. 
,sVe Sanderson (J.) [Almoran and Hamct.] 
Now or Never. [Song.] 
See To. To make the most of fleeting 
time. [1775?] s.sh.iol. G. 312. (228.) 
Now PhcBbus gilds the Orient Skies. 
Hunting Song. Printed and Sold 

at the a, etc. : [London, 17S0 ?] .s. sh. fol 

G. 310. (149.) 
Now Phoebus sinkcth in the West. [Song, 
from T. A. Arne's ' Comus.'] Sung by 

Mr. Beard. [London, 1740 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 305. (112.) 
[Another edition.] Now Phrx'bus sinkcth 
in y West, etc. [London, 

1740?] s.sh.iol. G. 310. (130.) 

Now pleasure unbounded resound o'er the 
Plains. The Joys of Harvest. [Song.] 
Sung by ^Ir. Dearie at Ranelagh. 
S. Phillips : ILondon, 1764 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. (46.) 

Now Pride usurps each female heart. The 

Maid of Fashion. A New Song. 

[London, 1768.] 8°. P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. XLIII.,p. 151. 

Now pride usurps each Female heart. The 
Maid of Fashion. [Song.] [London, 

1770?] s.sh.iol. G. 310. (158.) 

Now rise my soul. The British Bucks. 
[Two-part Song.] The Words and IMusick 
by a True Briton [R. D.]. 
[London, 1757.] 8". 158. 1. 2. 

London Magazine, 1757, p. 36. 
Now Roger and Harry. [Song.] 
See Leveridge (R.) [The Mountebank.] 
Now since I have Nothing to do. The 
admird Song of Nothing at all. 
John Rice: Dublin, [1780?] ,s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. a. (78.) 
Now the busy Day is o'er. The Force of 
Wine. A Song. The Words and Musick 
by a Gentleman. Printed for J. Simpson : 
[London, 1740 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. b. (59.) 



201 



NOW— NUN 



NOW. Now the Good Man's from home. 
[Song.] Sec Caeey (H.) 
Now the happy Knot is ty'd. Colinct. 
A New Song. Sung by Mrs. Lowe and 
Mrs. Lampe. [By T. A. Arne.] \London,'\ 
1759. 8". • 158. 1. 4. 

Loiulon Marjazine, 1759, p. 519. 

Now the happy Knot is ty'd. Colinct : 
[Song,] Sung by Mr. Lowe and Mrs. 
Lampe. [By T. A. Arne.] \London, 

1759.] 8°. P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. XXV., p. 256. 
Now the happy Knot is ty'd. Colinct. 
[Song.] Sung by ]Mr. Lowe and IMrs. 
Lampe. [By T. A. Arne.] \ Loudon, 

1?60?] s. s/i. fol. G-. 316. (102.) 

Now the hedge-rows grow in trim. An 
Address to May ; a new Song. [London, 
1752?] 8". 249. c. 22. 

Gentleman's Journal, Vol. XXII., p. 231. 
Now the Hill tops are burnish'd with 
azure and Gold. A Neio Hunting Song. 

C[harlcs and] SiamueV] T\hompson : 
London, 1775 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (160.) 

Now the Maids and the Men. Dialogue. 
See PuRCELL (H.) [The Fairy Queen.] 
Now the rovers sport around. Sj^ring. 
A Two-Part Song. [By Mr. H. H.] 
[London, 1761.] 8". P.P. 5140. 

Lady's Magazine, Vol. II., p. 511. 
Now the Snowdrops lift their Heads. 
[Song.] Sung by Mrs. Vincent at Vaux- 
liall. [Lo7if?o)t, i760?] s.sli.iol. 

H. 1994. (47.) 

Now the Spring is fresh and fair. Trigg 
for Ever— A New Drinking Song. 
[London, 1735 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 303. (71.) 

Now the Summer advances. [Song.] 
Sec Yates (W.) A New Musical 
Address, etc. 

Now the Summer months come round. 
Vauxhall Ballad. Sk[iUcrn : London, 

1780?] s.sh.iol. G. 310. (165.) 

Now to pant on Thetis' Breast. The 
Shepherd's Evening. [Song.] Sung at 
Sadlers Wells. Adapted for the Harpsi- 
cord, etc. [Lmidon, 1760?] s. sh. fol. 

I. 530. (110.) 

Now to the pow'r of God supreme. 
Hymn. [Words by I. Watts.] [London, 
1778.] 8''. P.P. 716. b. 

Gosixl Magazine, April, 1778. 
Now we're met, let's merry be. Glee. 
See Ives (S.) 

Now when the vernal Sun appears. 
Ballad. See IMoulds (J.) 
Now Winter is flown. Summer. [Song.] 
Sung by Miss Jameson at Vauxhall. 
B. Falkcner : London, [1770 ?] fol. 

G. 806. f. 62. 



NOW. Now young tempting Phaon you 

shall have your prey. The Usurers 

Daughters Beply, or FloromcUas Answer 

to Phaon. [Ballad.] To a Pleasant New 

Play-House Tune. Brintcd for 

P. Brooksby : [London, 1675?] s. sh. M. 

Case 39. k. 6. (15.) 

Tlic tunc is represented by an incorrect 

siiccession of notes. 

Now's the time for Mirth and Glee. 

Cupid Tritcmphant, [Song,] Sung by 

Mr. Vernon. [London, 1770 ?] fol. 

H. 1994. b. (58.) 
Now's the Time to sing and play. Song. 
See Hook (J.) 

NOZZE DI FIGARO. Le Nozzc de 
Figaro. Comische Opcr. 
See Mozart (W. A.) 

NUCHTER (JoHANK Philip) 
See NuECHTER. 

NUECHTEE (Johann Phiup) [Ovum 
Paschalre novum, sen ]\Iissas Dominicales, 
4 vocibus et 4 Instrumentis concert.] 
Canto (Alto) (Tenore) (Basso) Concerto. 
(Violino I (n).) (Alto (Tenore) Viola.) 
(Violone.) 9 pts. [Ulm, 1695.] 4". C. 48. 
The title probably occurs in the misting 
Organ part. 

NUGENT (Rothk) Six French Romances, 
and one Italian Arietta, for the Harpsichord 
or Piano Forte, with an Accompaniment 
for the Violin to the Italian Arietta, etc. 

Printed for the Author: Londan, 
[1793?] fol. H. 1678. (52.) 

NUIT. Una nuit dans la prairie. Bomance 
Nouvelle avec Accomp' de Guitare par M'' 
Alberti. Chez M. Camand : 

Paris, [1785 ?] 8". B. 362. c. (43.) 

La nuit, dans Ics bras du repos. Le beau 
Songe. Romance avec Accomp' de Guitare 
par M"- Alberti. Chez M' Camand: 

Paris, [1785 ?] 8". B. 362. g. (26.) 

La nuit dans les bras du sommeil. Ariette. 
See Tableau Parlakt. 
Nuit que j 'attends. Air Scrieux. 
[Paris,] 1727. s. sh. i\ 297. a. 30. 

Mercure de France, Dec, 1727. 

NUMBER. No. 45. [Song.] See In. 
In Spittal Fields or there about. 
[1763 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 309. (88.) 

NUMITORE. Si t' intcndo. Favourite 
Song Sung by Mrs. Robinson in the Opera 
of Numitor. [Music by G. Porta.] 
D. Wrigltt: [London, 1720.] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (410.) 

NUN. The Nun. [Song.] 

See Sure. Sure a Lass in her Bloom, etc. 
[1757.] s. sh. S". P.P. 5439. ab. 

The Nun. Song. See Sure. Sure a lass 
in her bloom, etc. [1757.] 8°. 

P.P. 5438. 



NUN— NYMPHS 



205 



NUN. The Nun. fSoug.] See Subk. Sure 
a lass in her bloom, etc. [1757.] 8". 

P.P. 5438. z. 

The Nun's Complaint. [Song.] 

Sec Kbumpholz (J. B.) 
NUN AND FRIAR. The Nun and 

Frier. Cantata. See Woegan (J.) 
NUNES DA SYLVA (Maxoel) Arte 

ilinima, que . . . tratta . . . os modos da 

;^[axima & Longa sciencia da ^lusica, etc. 
Na Officina dc Joam Gabam : 

Lisboa, 1685. 4°. 7898. g. 56. 

With a second title-page, engraved. 

NUNNERY. The Nunnery. Comic 
Opera. See Shield (W.) 

NUSSEN (Frederick) IMusica di Camera 
or Some Old Tunes new Sett, and some 
New ones compos'd for the Harpsichord 
. . . Opera 3'''. Printed for the AutJior : 
Jjmdon, [1760 ?] ohl. fol. e. 5. (4.) 

[Another edition.] Musica di Camera... 
Opera 3". Printed for I. Walsh: 

London, [1765 ?] ohl. fol. e. 5. g. (8.) 
Six Solos for a Violin with a Thorough 
Bass for the Harpsicord or Violoncello. 
Printed for I. Walsh: London, [XlbO^ fol. 

g. 221. (2.) 
Six Sonatas for a Violin, Tenor and 
N'ioloncello, etc. [Separate Parts.] 
Printed for Welckcr: Lonrfoji, [1760?] fol. 

g. 686. a. 
Six Sonatas for Two Violins, Violoncello 
or Harpsicord . . . Opera 2''". [Separate 
Parts.] J. Walsh, for tite Author : 

London, [ribbT\ fol. g. 686. 

NUSSEY (George) The Triad Alliance, 
or Rose, Thistle & Shamrock. A Ballad, 
written, the ]\Ielody Composed & Sung 
by Brother G. Nussey, etc. 

The Neio Music Warehouse : London, 
[1800?] fol. H. 2818. b. (49.) 

NUT-BROWN. The Nut-Brown Maid. 

:^Soug.] See Howard (S.) 

NUT BROWN MAID. The Nut Brown 
Maid. [Cantata.] See Moulds (J.) 

NYMPH. The Nymph of the Hill. 
[Song.] See Ye. Ye Classics pray talk 
not of Beauties of yore. 
[1770?] s.sh.iol. 1.530.(184.) 



NYMPH. A Nymph of the Plain. The 
Jolly Yoimg Swain. A new Song. [London, 
1710?] s. s7i. fol. H. 1601 (27.) 

[Another edition.] A Nymph of the 
plain. The Jolly young Swain, etc. 
[London, 1715 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 306. (54.) 
[Another edition.] A Nymph of the 
plain. The Jolly Yot!)ig Sivain, etc. 
[Lo7idon, 1715 ?]' s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. g. (5.) 
The Nymph that I lov'd was as bonny & 
gay. A Favourite Song, etc. 

! [London, 1758.] s. sh. 8". 

! P.P. 5439. ab. 

New Universal Magazine, Nov., 1758. 

I The Nymph that I lov'd was as bonny 
and gay. A New Song. [London, 

1759.] 8". 158. 1. 4. 

London Magazine, 1759, j). 44. 
The Nymph that I lov'd was as bonny 

I and gay. A Favourite Song. 

i [London, 1759.] 8°. P.P. 5438. z. 

I Universal Magazine, Vol. XXIV., p. 264. 

The Nymph that I lov'd was as bonny 
and gay. The happy Man. [Song. J 
Sung at the publick Gardens. [London, 
1760?] s.sh. fol. H, 1994. (48.) 

I A Nymph there lives, whom many a 

] Swain. Molli/. A New Song, etc. 

' [London, 1730?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 306. (123.) 

A Nymph there lives, whom many a swain. 

Molly, a new Song, etc. [London, 

1756.] 8\ P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Yul. XIX., p. 29. 

: NYMPHES DE DIANE. LesNymphes 
de Diane. Opera Comique du Sr. Favart 
...avec tous les Airs notes. [Bv J. B. 
Moulinghen.] [Paris,] 1748. 8°. " 

164. d. 24. 

NYMPHS. Nymphs and Shepherds. 

[Song.] See Arne (T. A.) 

I Nymphs and Shepherds come along. 

Hymen's Hohjday. A Wedding Ode. 

[Song, words and music bj' Mr. W.] 

I [London, 1772.] s. sh. 4". 159. n. 4. 

London Magazine, Sept., 1772. 
i Nymphs be kind. Cantata. 
I See Hook (J.) 



206 



O. Oh. [Ballad.] See Arne (T. A.) 

0, a Masquerade's a fine Place. TJie 
Masquerade Ballad, etc. [London, 

1720?] s.sh.iol. H. 1601. (345.) 

[Another edition.] ! a Masquerade's a 
fine Place. The Masquerade Ballad. 
[London, 1725 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 305. (4.) 
Absalom, my Son. A three voice Canon 
in the Unison. [London,'] 1760. 8°. 

P.P. 324. n. 

Christian's Magazine, 1760, p. 434. 
all ye Nations of the Earth. Anthem. 
See Claek (E.) 

he joyful unto the Lord. Anthem. 
See Arne (T. A.) [Artaxerxes. Overture.'] 
beauteous eyes. Catch. See Greene (M.) 
beauteous Queen, unclose those eyes. 
Song. See Haendel (G. F.) [Esther.] 
Bessy Bell and INIary Gray. A Scotch 
Song. Simg by Mrs. Robinson at the 
Kings Theatre, etc. [London, 

1730 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (207.) 

Betsy wilt thou gang wi' me. The 
Fairest of the Fair, etc. [Song.] 
[London, 1766.] 8". 158. 1. 11. 

London Magazine, 1766, p. 160. 
Blessed be the Day. The Soldier's 
Reioard, or Love in Low Life. [Song.] 

Printed at the a : [London, 
1780?] s. s/(. fol. G-. 310. (285.) 

Oh bonny Lass. A . . . Scotch Song. 
P. E[vans : London, 1780 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 2818. (21.) 
[Another edition] Oh bonny Lass, etc. 
[London, 1785 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 297. (26.) 
O Bothwell bank thou bloomest fair. 
Bothwell Bank. A Favourite Scots Song, 
the words from Pinkertons Ancient 
Scotish Poems. London, [1800?] fol. 

G. 356. (68.) 
Oh ! e'en est fait. Rondeau. 
See Della Maria (D.) 
O cara speme. Minuet. 
See Floridante. 
Oh ! ce peuple-ci me lasse. Air. 
See Confederation du Parnasse. 
Oh cease, urge no more. Song. 
See Leveridge (R.) [The Island Princess.] 
ciel que vois-je sur la neige. [Song.] 
See Veillee Villageoise. 
O come again my love. Glee. 
See East (M.) [Mculrigales to 3. 4. and 5. 
jyarts.] 

come bella. Terzetto e Coro. 
See Webbe (S.) the Elder. 
O dear Chloe. Damon's Invocation to 
Chloe. [Song.] Set by a musical corre- 
spondent. [London.] 1791. s. sh. 4°. 

P.P. 5141. 

Lady's Magazine, June, 1791. 



O. Oh dear delightful Skill. [Song.] 
See Storage (S.) [The Prize.] 

! dear what can the matter be. The 
Favorite Duett . . . with an Accompani- 
ment for the Piano-Forte or Harp. etc. 
B. Birchall : [London, 1792 ?] fol. 

G. 360. (47.) 
[Another copy.] H. 2821. (29.) 

Imperfect, wanting pp. 1, 2. 

01 dear what can the matter be, for 1, 
2, 3, 4, or 5 Voices. Engraved from the 
Original Manuscript, etc. Printed for 
J. Dale : London, [1792?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 360. (48.) 
Oh Death think on the Words you gave. 
Dialogue. (S'ee Leveridge (R.) 
des Dieux le plus bel ouvrage. Romance. 
See Melomanie. 

O Doctor, Doctor, I dont care a straw. 
Cluck, Chick, a new Drinking Song sung 
by Mr. Dodd . . . Set by an Eminent 
Master. Ab. P[ortal : London, 

1780 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (243.) 

Domine Deus speravi in Te. Prayer. 
See Harington (H.) 

edler Friden-Krantz. Ein schbnes 
neives Lied von dem lang-erwiinschten 
Friden zwischen beyden Cronen Spania 
vnd Frankreich. In seiner beygesetzten 
Melodey zusingen. JohannGeng : Costantz 
am Bodensce, 1659. 8°. 11522. de. 48. 
Oh ! ever skill'd to wear the form we love. 
An Address to Hope. A Favorite Ballad, 
with an Accompaniment for the Piano 
Forte or Harp, Composed by the Author 
of The Farewell [Robert Cooke]. Preston : 
London, [1800 ?J fol. G. 424. u. (38.) 
Fancy, friend of Nature and the Muse. 
Glee. See Callcott (J. W.) 
fiUe de I'fifcre Supreme. Hymne. 
See Lelu ( ) 

fine London Town. Song. 
See Hook (J.) 

O fleur d'amour. Romance. 
See Lolotte et Fanfan. 
Oh follow then where Nonsense points. 
[Song.] See Arnold (S.) [The Genius of 
Nonsense.] 

O Fontenay, qu'embellissent les roses. 
Romance. See Doche (J. D.) 
for an heart to love my God ! Hymn. 
[Words by C. Wesley.] 
[London, 1776.] 8vo. P.P. 716. b. 

Gospel Magazine, Jan., 1776. 
Oh ! force me not. [Song.] 
See Shield (W.) [The Divorce.] 
Fowler, cast thy Gun behind. Matilda's 
Address to the Foivler. [Song.] 
[London, 1772.] 8°. P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. LI., p. 207. 



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O. Prauvais, I'exemple du Monde. Hymne 
sur Le Divoucment Hero'iriue dc rcqiupagc 
du Vaisseau le Veiigcur. . .Air : veillons 
au salut de la France [by N. Dalayrac]. 
Chez Imbault : Paris, [1794.] 8". 

B. 362. a. (168.) 

Oh fye ! what mean I foolish Maid. An 
Excellent New Song, called. The Private 
Encounter between Two Loyal Lovers. 
Being sung in the last New Play, called, 
The married Beau. Printed for Charles 
Barnet : [London, 1694.] s. sh. fol. 

Case 39. k. 6. (6.) 
The music is represented by a meaning- 
less succession of notes, etc. 

gfeereux martirs do la liberte sainte. 
Hymne. See Roze (N.) 

gentle be thy Slumbers. Song. 
See KospOTH (0. C. E. von) 

Oh give me a Cot at the foot of a Hill. 
Song. See Amateur. 

[Another setting.] Oh give me a Cot at 

the foot of a Hill. BaUad. 

See Gbay (T. B.) 

godlike Youth. Song. 

See Haendel (G. P.) [Saul] 

O good Ale thou art my Darling. [Song.] 
See Landlord. The Landlord he looks 
very big, etc. [1785 ?] s. sh. fol. 

^ ° a. 312. (118.) 

O Gran Doa. Song. 

See Gluck (C. W. von) {Tphiginie en 

Tauride. toi qiii prolongeas mes jours.] 

O had away frae me, Donald. Donald, 
to the Original. . .Scotch Air as Sung in 
most Polite Assemblys. Sk[illern : 

London, 1780?] s. sh. iol. 

G. 310. (233.) 

! had I been by Pate decreed. [Song.] 
See Love in a Village. 

Oh ! had I Jubal's Lyre. Air. 
See Haendal (G. F.) [Joshua.] 

had I the Wings of an Eagle I'd fly. 
Song. See Webbe (S.) the Elder. 

Oh hapless Youth. Song. 
See Storage (S.) [Mahmoud.] 

happy Pair. [Glee.] See Shield (W.) 

happy Martillo. [Song.] 
See Mybtillo. 

hear my last Complaint. Tlie Dying 
Lover. [Song.] [London, 

1730?] s.sh.tol. G. 310. (254.) 

how bliss full 'tis to languish. The 
Dream. [Song.] [London, 

1730?] s.sh.iol. G. 310. (268.) 

Oh how cou'd I venture to love one like 
thee. A Neiv Song. [Words by A. Webster.] 
[London, 1745 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (211.) 



O. Oh ! how cou'd I venture to love one like 
thee. A New Song, Sung by Mr. Lowe, 
at Vaux-Hall. [London, 1748.] 8°. 

P.P. 5438. z. 
UniversalMagazine, Vol. III., p. 33. 
[Another setting.] 0, how could I 
venture to love one like thee. The Diffi- 
dent Lover. [Song.] Sung by Mr. Lowe. 
[London, 1749.] 8". 249. c. 19. 

Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. XIX., p. 518. 
[Another setting.] Oh how could I ven- 
ture to love one like thee. A Song to the 
Tune of Lochaber. [London, 

1750?] s. s7i. fol. G. 310. (212.) 

[Another copy.] CJ. 303. (13.) 

[Another setting.] Oh! how could I 
venture to love one like thee. Aloa 
House, etc. [London, 1760?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. e. (111.) 
[Another edition.] Oh 1 how could I 
venture to love one like thee. Aloa House, 
or Love after Marriage. A New Song. 
See Chloe. Chloc ; or the Musical Maga- 
zine, e<c. No. 99. [1760?] fol. G. 433. 
Oh 1 hovsr I Doate upon that Lass. A Jigg 
Danc'd in the Schoole of Venus ; or the 
3-Penny Hops Burlcsqu'd by Mr. John 
Vernham. [Song.] [London, 

1715 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1601. (346.) 

Oh ! how shall I in Language weak. 
[Song.] See Love in a Village. 
O how sweetly Delia sings. Glee. 
See Hook (J.) 

Oh ! how wild with pride and joy. Song. 
See Attwood (T.) [Tlie Prisoner.] 
O il mio caro puppazzctto. Duetto. 

See Paisiello (G.) [La Molinara.] 

Oh ! jealousy, thou raging pain. [Song.] 

See Carey (H.) [Cephalus and Procris.] 
O Jenny a-gra I've a story to tell you. 
Paddy Whack. A favorite Irish Song. 

Striaight] d Sk[illcrn : London, 

1775 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (271.) 

Jessy sweet Beauty. Jessy. [Song.] 

S[amuel and] A[nn] T[hompson : London, 

1778.] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (228.) 

Jesu, te invocamus. [Motet.] 

See Haydn (P. J.) 

jour d'^ternelle memoire. Chant. 

See Catel (C. S.) 

Kitty, wilt thou gang with me. Kitty. 

A New Song. [London, 1761.] 8°. 

P.P. 5441. 
Royal Magazine, Vol. IV., p. 92. 

le bon tems que la moisson. Ronde. 

See MoissoNNEUBS. 

Oh lead me to some peacefull Gloom. Song. 

See PuBCELL (H.) [Bonduca.] 

lead me to some safe retreat. A New Song. 

Sung by Miss Thomas, at Finch's Gardens, 

[Lo7ulon,] 1765. 8". P.P- 5441. 

Boyal Magazine, Vol. XIIL,ja. 321. 



208 







O. lead me where the lonely Nightingale. 
[Song.] Sec Webbe (S.) the Elder. 
Liberie, chere aux Fran(;ais. Hymne 
a la LibcrU. . .par le C" Person. . .Air de 
la Pi^to Filiale : Jeunes Amants [by 
P. Gaveaux]. Chez Imbault : Paris, 

[1793?] 8°. B. 362. a. (51.) 

O Libert^, fille des Cieux. Hymne a la 
Libert^ avec accomp' de Guitarre. Air : 
de la Croisee [by G. G. Cambini]. 
Chez Imbault : [Paris, 1793 '?] 8°. 

B. 362. a. (22.) 
O Liberie ! voicy le jour. Hymne, pour la 
Fete, en Vhonneur de Barra et A. Viala. . . 
Air : On compterait les diamans. [Words] 
Par le C"" Pierre Colau, etc. 
Chez Imbault : [Paris, 1794.] 8". 

B. 362. a. (32.) 
Liberty, thou choicest treasure. Song. 
See Haendel (G. F.) [Judas 3Iaccabxus.~\ 
lieto di. Trio. See Sacchini (A. M. G.) 
[(Edipc a Colonne. doux vioment.] 
Glisten, listen to the Voice of Love. Song. 
See Hook (J.) 

lit charmant. Le Sommeil de Myrthc. 
Romance [words] de M. Berquin. 
Chez Bignon : [Paris, 1790 ?] 8". 

B. 362. a. (94.) 
Oh, London is a fine Town. The London 
Ditty. [Song.] [London, 

1710?] s.sh.iol. H. 1601. (327.) 

[Another edition.] Oh iLoudon is a fine 
Town, etc. [London, 1720 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (180.) 
[Another copy.] Gr. 305. (204.) 

Lord hear the Prayer of thy Servants. 
Anthem. See Webbe (S.) the Elder. 

Lord, I will praise Thee. An Ancient 
Canon in the Unison. From a Gentleman 
at Durham. [London,] 1760. 8". 

P.P. 324. n. 
Christian's Magazine, Sept., 1760, p. 230. 
O Love, how pleasing are thy Chains. 
Song. See Burgess (H.) the Elder. 
Oh Love, how swift thy fairest prospects 
fade. Song. 

See Adventures of a Night. 
Love, I have gain'd a Victory. Song. 
See Clayton (T.) [Arsinoc.] 
Oh Love if a God thou wilt be. Dialogue. 
Sec Kingdom of the Birds. 

O Love, resistless Victor, say. Song. 
See Fisher (W.) 

Oh Love thou Delight. [Song.] 

See Love finds the Way. 

O Love thou Tyrant o'er the mind. Cecilia. 

A favorite New Song. P. E[vans : 

London, 1780?] fol. G. 310. (246.) 

Love what the deuce do you want. 

Ballad. 

See MooREHEAD (J.) Birds of a Feather.] 



O. lovely Cselia. The Confession. A 
New Song. [London, 1751.] 8". 

P.P. 5438. z. 
Universal Magazine, Vol. IX., p. 278. 
Oh lovely Charmer. Minuet. 
See Floridantb. cara speme. 

Lovely Maid how dear thy Pow'r. To 
Chloe. Song. [Music by W. Defesch.] 
[London, 1745 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (204.) 

! ma Georgette. Air. 

See Philippe et Georgette. 

Oh ! ma tendre musette. Plainte Aniour- 
euse. [Song.] [Paris, 1780 ?] 8". 

B. 362. (145.) 

Mary my deary. Song. 
See Urbani (P.) 

O Mary! soft in Feature. Green-Wood 
Hall, or Colin's Description (to his wife) 
of the Pleasures of Spring Gardens. 
[Song.] Made to a favourite Gavot from 
an Organ-Concerto [by T. Gladwin], etc. 
[London, 1745 ?] s. sh. fol. 

I. 530. (112.) 

! may I then your Words believe. 
Ballad. See Biggs (E. S.) 
Memory, thou fond Deceiver. [Song.] 
See Abrams (H.) 

Mensch betracht die Ewigkeit. Un- 
ttollkoviner vnud vnuollcndter . . . Abriss, 
der vnendlichen . . . vnnd vnerkldrlichen 
Ewigkeit. . .GsangsweissinKurtzeReimen 
verfasst, vnd in seiner aignen Melodey 
zusingen. Oder im Thon, wie das Bliimlein 
Gsang Oder Schnitter Lied. MUnchcn, 
1642. 12". 4257. aa. 4. 

O mere des vertus. Hymne. 
Sec GossEC (F. J.) 
mine awn Jenny. Song. 
See YosLiNGTON ( ) 
Mistress mine. Glee. 
See Stevens (R. J. S.) 
Muses, secondes ma voix. Air. 
[Paris,] 1778. s. sh. 8". 297. f. 21. 

Mercure de France, April, 1778. 

O my bonny Highland Laddie, The 
Highland Laddie. [Song, words by A. 
Ramsay.] [Lonc^on, 1740?] s. sh. io\. 

G. 305. (226.) 
[Another copy.] G. 310. (210.) 

my fairest you're my Dearest. The 
Lover's Prayer. [Song.] [London, 

1730?] s.sh.iol. G. 310. (255.) 

Oh 1 my heavy Heart. Song. 
Sre Hook (J.) 

Oh my Love, lov'st thou me ? A favorite 
Duett, etc. [Words and music of the first 
part taken from a Round in T. Ravens- 
croft's Deuteromelia.] Longman and 
Broderip : London, [1790 ?] fol. 

G. 354. (53.) 



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209 



O. my Nassau, did you know. Nanny's 
Complaint for the Loss of her Love. [Song.] 
[Lo»fZo;i, 1735?] s. sh. io\. 

Gr. 316. e. (106.) 
! my poor Heart heigh ho. Duet. 
See Where. Where, ah ! where shall I 
my Shepherd find, etc. ri795 ?] fol. 

Gr. 809. c. (64.) 
Oh ! my poor Husband. Dialogue. 
See Clarke (J.) [T/u' Island Princess.] 

my pretty Punchinello. [Song.] 

See Haendel (G. F.) [Rodeli^ida. Scac- 

ciato dal stio nido.] 

ray Soul why sitt'st thou here ? An 
Hymn, etc. {London, 1761.] 8°. 

P.P. 324. n. 
Christian' s Magazine, Supplement, July- 
Dec., 17G1,^). 688. 
Oh my tender panting heart. A Scotch 
Song. \ London, VliOl] s. sh. lo\. 

G. 310. (205.) 
Oh my Treasure. [Song.] 
Sec Haesdel (G. F.) [Floridante. Vanne 
segui.] 

Oh Nanny, wilt thou fly from me. Su7ig 
by Mr. Vernon. [Song, by C. T. Carter. 
Full Score.] [London, 1773 ?j fol. 

G. 296. (26.) 
Printed from the plates of fol. 16-19 of 
Carter's " Collection of . . . Songs sung 
at Vanx Hall. . .lllS." 

Oh Nanny wilt thou fly from me. Song. 
See Carter (C. T.) 

O Nightingale, that on yon bloomy Spray. 
[Song. J See Boyce (W.) 

Nuit, deesse du mistere. [Song.] 
See Faux Lord. 

O nuit trop agreable. Le Reveil a Contre- 
Tems, [Song, written] par M. Ferru. 
Air : " O ma tendre Musette." 
ChezCamand: P((n.s, ri790?] 8". 

B. 362. (147.) 
O nymph divine. Glee. 
See Hudson (R.) 

O open the door thou dear unkind. Song. 
See Ross (J.) 

Peace. [Song.] See Arxe (T. A.) 

Oh ! Phillis, shame on you. Damon and 
Phillis. A Dialogue. ; London, 

1751.] 8". " 157. 1. 13. 

London Magazine, 1751, ^j. 56-4. 

Oh pity Colin ! cruel fair. .4 Xew Song. 
Sung by Miss Falkner at Marybou- 
Gardens. [By W. Defesch.] [London, 
1751.] 8°. 157. 1. 13. 

London Magazine, 1751, j;. 372. 
Oh pity Colin ! cruel Fair. The Shep- 
herd's Repentance, A New Song [by W. 
Defesch], Sung by Miss Falkner, etc. 
See Chloe. Chloe, or the Musical ilaga- 
zine, e^c. No. 48. [1760?] fol. G. 433. 

VOL, II. 



O. Oh pity Colin ! cruel Fair. Song. 
See Defesch (W.) 

pray for the Peace of Jerusalem. Canon. 
See Harixgton (H.) 

Oh ! que n'ai-je ass^s de larmes. 
Komance. See Lolotte et Fanpan. 
Raree Show, bravee Show. The 
Raree Shoio Ballad, or the English Missi- 
sippi. [London, 1720?] s. sh. fol. 

G, 305. (212.) 
[Another edition.] O Raree Show, 
bravee Show, etc. [London, 

1720?] s.sh.iol. H. 1601. (348.) 

[Another setting.] Raree-Show. [Song.] 
See Rape of Proserpine. 
O, Ravishing Delight! [Song.] See 
Purcell (D.) [ The Judgment of Paris.] 
Richard ! o mon Roi. [Song.] 
See Richard Cceur de Lion. 
O ruddier than the Cherry. Polyphemus. 
[Song, from Handel's ' Acis and Galatea.'] 
[London, 1722 ?] fol. G. 315. (151.) 

Pp. 17-19 of an edition of the Songs in 
' Acis and Galatea.' 
ruddier than the cherry. Song. 
See Haendel (G. F.) [Acis and Galatea.] 
saiute Liberty. Hymue. 
See Moulet (J. A.) 

Oh Sandy why leaves thou thy Nelly. 
Thro' the Wood Laddie. [Song, words by 
A. Ramsey, Music by M. Arne.] Sung by 
Miss Wright at Vauxhall. [London, 

1765 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (232.) 

Oh Sandy, why leav'st thou thy Nelly to 
mourn. Thro' the icood, Laddie. [Song, 
by 'M. Arne.] As Sung bv Miss Wright at 
Vauxhall. [London, 1765.] 8". 

P.P. 5441. 

Royal Magazine, Vol. XIII., p. 101. 
Sandy why leav'st thou thy Nelly 
to mourn. Through the Wood Laddie. 
(Thro' the Wood Laddie, as sung by Miss 
Wright, at Vauxhall. [Music by M. Arne.]) 
[Two Settings.] [London, 1765.] 8°. 

158. 1. 10. 

London Magazine, ll&5,pp. 426-7. 
O say bonny Lass, a favorite new Scotch 
Song and Duett, sung by Miss Satchell 
& Mr. Mahon, at. . .Covent Garden, etc. 
J. Welcker: London, [11 Qb'>] fol. 

G. 805. k. 12. 

Oh say, simple Maid, have you form'd any 
notion. Ballad. 

See Arnold (S.) [Inkle and Yarico.] 
O say, thou dear possessor of my breast. 
Song. See Jackson (W.) of Exeter. [12 
Songs. Op. 4. No. 7.] 
Oh ! say what is that thing cal'd Light. 
The Blind Boy. [Song, words by C. Cibber, 
music by .J. Stanley.] [London, 

1735?] s.sh.iol. G. 310. (172.) 

Scenes of Youth. Song. See Rannie (J.) 

p 



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O. Shame light on this Word's Pelf. The 
Gear and the Bragrie o't. [Song.] Sung 
by Mr. Lauder at the New Theatre in the 
Hay Market. {London, 1757.] s. sh. 8°. 

P.P. 5439. ab. 
New Universal Magazine, Dec, 1757. 
O Shepherds ! how oft to the brooks. 
Pastoral. See Caerington (C.) 
Sleep. [Song.] .SVe Waters (T.) 
Oh sleep, gentle sleep. Duo. 
^See Harington (H.) 

O sleep, why dost thou leave me ? Song. 
See Haendel (G. F.) [Semelc.] 
O Sodoma ! quid facis. [Chorus for three 
voices.] [Conradns Scher : 

Argentorati, 1607.] s. sh. obi. 12". 

11712. b. 40. 
Part of ' Conflagratio Sodomm. Drama 
novum tragicum,' hy Andreas Saurius. 
Soleil ! prete moi tes fiammes. Cantique. 
See LoLOTTE et Fanfan. 
Oh, stay, ah turn, my only dear. Rondo. 
See GiOEDANi (G.) or (T.) 
Oh stay my Love. Song. 
See Storage (S.) [The Glorious First of 
June.] 

Oh stay my sweet Pilgrim, a Favorite 
Song. Printed for P. Jung : 

Oxford, [1793 ?] fol. G. 360. (55.) 

O strew the sweet Flower. Song. 
See Ross (J.) 

strike the Harp. [Song.] See Storage (S.) 
strike the Harp in praise of my Love. 
Trio. See Stevens (R. J. S.) 
Oh ! take him gently from the Pile. Song. 
See EcGLES (J.) [Cyrus the Great.'] 
Oh ! talk not to me. Song. 
See Vento (M.) [Lionel and Clarissa.'] 
tems heureux ! Le Retoitr de VAgc cVOr. 
Chanson. [Paris,] 1744. s. sh. 4°. 

298. b. 29. 
Mercure de France, Nov., 1744. 
Oh the blissfuU Day approaching. [Sacred 
Song.] Composed by a German. 
[Londo7i, 1697.] 4". 108. g. 68. 

P. 67 of No. I. of ' Theosophical Trans- 
actions by the Philadelphian Society.' 
the blissful joys of wooing. Song. 
See Shield (J.) 

Oh the Bonny Highland Laddie. The 
Highland Laddie. [Song.] [London, 

1760?] s. s7i. fol. 1.530.(117.) 

O y' Broom y' bonny Broom. TJie Broo^n 
of Coiodenknows. [Song.] [London, 

1735 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. e. (107.) 

Oh the Charming Month of May. A New 
Song out of the Guardian. [London, 

1713?] s.sh.iol. H. 1601. (328.) 

[Another edition.] Oh the Charming 

- Mouth of i\Iay, etc. [London, 

1720?] s.sh.iol. G. 310. (177.) 



O. the days when I was young. [Song.] 
See Duenna. 

Oh ! the hours I have pass'd in the arms 
of my dear. Cuolun, a Celebrated Irish 
Air, arranged with Variations, for the 
Piano Forte. [London, 1800?] fol. 

G. 805. e. (15.) 
Oh, thou Conubial God. Epithalamium. 
.SVe Royal Revenge. 

Thou for whom my Lyre I string. Tlie 
Lover and the Friend. A New Song. 
[MusicbyJ. Worgan.] ,"?ee Chloe. Chloe, 
or the ^Musical Magazine, etc. No. 90. 
[1760?] fol. G. 433. 

Thou in whom the gentiles trust. 
Hymn. [London, 1778.] 8'\ 

P.P. 716. b. 
Gospel Magazine, Oct., 1778. 
Oh thou was born to please me. Duet. 
See CoMus. 

Thrice Illustrious Famous City Loudon. 
Upon Sight of Londons Stately Neio 
Buildings, Anno Domini, mdclxxii. 
[Ballad.] William Godbid,for the Author : 
London, 1672. s. sh. fol. 82. 1. 8. 

[Another copy.] Case 20. f. 2. (91.) 

[Another copy.] Case 20. f. 4. (128.) 
O Time who know'st a lenient hand to 
lay. [Song.] See Callcott (J. W.) 
Toi, dont TUnivers publie. Hymne. 
See Gersin ( ) 

O toi, dont la sagesse a rempli. Hymne. 
See Lelu ( ) 

toi qu'on adore a Cythere. L'Amant 
sans Espirance. [Song.] Sur Fair, Bon 
soir ma ieune. [I^aris, 1785 ?] 8". 

B. 362. e. (121.) 

toi qui n'eut jamais du naitre. Le FiU 
Naturel. fSong.] Chez Bonvalet : 

[Paris, 1790 ?] 8". B. 362. a. (91.) 

toi qui prolongeas mes jours. [Air.j 
See Iphigenie en Tauride. 
O toi qui viens de me charmer. Chanson 
Nouvelle [written] par Mr. Guilliaume. 
Air de la Romance de Nina [by N. Dalay- 
racl. Chez Bonvalet: [Par'is, 1190?] 8°. 

B. 362. f. (32.) 
Tommy, Tommy. Glee. 
Sec Welsh (T.) 

O vous belle dormeuse. Romance. 
See Lolotte et Fanfan. 
vous I'exemple des justes. Couplets- 
addresses. . .aux represantants du Peuple 
composant le Comite de salut Public. Air : 
Ce mouchoir belle Raimonde. 
Chez Imbault : [Paris,] 1793. 8". 

B. 362. (234.) 

O vous qu'une crainte mortelle. Air de la 
Suite de la ConficUration. Avec Accomp» 
de Guittare. Chez Imbault : 

Paris, [1790?] 8°. B. 362. a. (170.> 



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211 



O. we sail'd to Virginia. Admiral Benboio. 
[Song.J Sung by ]\Ir. Bannister. 
Sk[ilkrn: London, llS^l^ s. sh. iol. 

G. 316. (103.) 

O welcome my Shepherd. The Joyful 
Meeting. A New Song. Sung by Miss 
Falkner at Mary le Bone Gardens. 
[London, 1750 ?] s. sh. fol. 

I. 530. (113.) 

O what a Beau my Granny was. [Song.] 
See Ladies. The Ladvs can not but ap- 
prove. [1800?] fol. G. 805. m, (26.) 

! what a Charming Creature. Song. 
Sec Danby (J.) 

Oh what a charming thing is Feasting. 
What a charming Thing is Feasting, 
or the Peacefull Sensations of Tasting 
prefer'd to the Warlike Sensations of 
Smelling. [Song.] Str[aight : London, 
1780?] fol. G. 310. (245.) 

Oh ! what a misfortune befel me to-day. 
Song. See Hobson's Choice. 

Oh ! what a plague is Love. The Jealous 
Swain, [Song, to the tune of "PhiUida 
flouts me"] to be Answer'd by Mr. A. 
Bradlev. [London, 1720 ?] .s. sh. fol. 

G. 305. (16.) 
Oh what can match the pleasure. [Song.] 
See Mazzinghi (.J.) [The Magician no 
Conjuror.^ 

Oh what had I ado for to marry. Hoolij 
and Fairly, [Song] as Sung by Mr. Beard 
at Ranelagh. [Full Score.] 
[London, 1745 ?] fol. G. 310. (224.) 

[Another edition.] Oh what had I a do 
for to marry. Hooly and Fairly, etc. 
[Loudo;i, 1750?] s. sh. iol. 

G. 315. (77.) 
Oh what pain it is to see. The Amorous 
Contest. [Song.] Set for y" German 
Flute. [London, 1735 ?J s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. e. (100.) 
Oh what Pangs are felt in Love. A Xeio 
Song [written] by Mr. A. Bradley. 
[London, 1730 ?] s. sit. iol. 

G. 310. (206.) 
Oh where shall I wander. [Song.] Sung 
by Mr. Vernon. [Music by J. Hook.] 
[Welcker : London, 1775.] fol. 

G. 310. (237.) 
Printed from tlie plates of pp. 18-19 of 
Hook's Sixth Book of Vauxhall Songs, 
1775. 

Oh Where's the plague in Love. The 

Answer to the Jealous Swain, [Song, 

words] by A. Bradley. [London, 

1720?] s.sh.iol. G. 305. (17.) 

[Another copy.] G. 310. (194.) 

Oh who' is me, poor Walley cryd. Poor 
Walley's Complaint, [-^ong.] ^London, 
1750?] s.sh.iol. G. 316. (104.) 



O. wouldst thou know what kind of 
charm. Song. 

See Saint Germain ( de) Count, pseud. 
wouldst thou know what Sacred Charm?. 
Song. 

See Saint Germain ( de) Count, pseud. 
O yes, Sir, if you please. Song. 
See WiLLSON (.J.) 

O Youth, thou Morning of Delight. Glee. 
See Callcott (J. W.) 

OAK. The Oak. Ballad. See Stokes (C. 

OAKES (Jeffrey) Damon to Philomel 
. . .A New Song, etc. [I^ondon, 

1730?] s. s7i. fol. G. 316. (105.) 

Prithee tell me faithless Swain. A New 
Song, etc. [London, 1730 ?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 311. (14.) 

GATES ( ) See Observations. Obser- 
vations on Composition, etc. [Bv — 
Gates?] [1770?] fol. 785. m. 14." (2.) 

OB. Ob fiirchterlich tobend sich Stiirme 
erheben. Motette. See Mozart (W. A.) 
[Thamos. Ihr Kinder des Staubes.] 

OBERON KOENIG DER ELFEW. 

Oberon, Konig der Elfen. Operetta. 
See Wraniczky P.) 

OBET ( D") See Dobet. 

OBI. The Spanish Guitar, [Song,] Sung 
...in the. . .Pantomimical Drama called 
Obi, etc. [Composed and adapted by S. 
Arnold.] T. Jones <f- Co. : I^ondon, 

[1800.] fol. G. 805. j. (22.) 

Obi. Pantomimical Drama. 
See Arnold (S.) 

OBJET. Un Objet plein dappas. Air. 

Sir COCRBOIS ( ) 

OBLIGEANT MAL- ADROIT. 

L'Obligeant Mai-Adroit, Comedie en trois 
Actes, et en vers, du C. Famin . . . avec 
I'Ariette notee. Chez Denni : 

Paris, 1793. 8". 11738. e. 32. (1.) 

OBRECHT (Jacob) [Missa Si dedero.j 
See Masses. Missarumdiverso?rauctoru3. 
Liber primus. Si dedero [by] Obreth, etc. 
1508. obi. 4". K. 1. d. 8. 

OBSERVATIONS. Observations on a 
Gentlewoman, working by an Hour- 
Glass. [Song.] See Leveridge (R.) 
ObserV'ations on Composition, with plain, 
easy, and familiar rules to learn that art 
by numbers ; to which is added the 
Planner of Composing the . . . Canon of 
Non nobis Domine, ... by W. Bird, etc. 
[By — ■ Gates ?] M'' Oates : Westminster, 
[1770?] fol. 785. m. 14. (2.) 

Observations sur un ouvrage nouveau [by 
L. Garcin], intitule : Traits du Melo- 
Drame, etc. [By Francois Jean, Marquis 
de Chastellux.] Vallat-la-Chapelle : 

Paris, 1771. 8°. 839. d. 10. 

p 2 



212 



OCCHIETTO— ODI 



OCCHIETTO. Occhietto furbetto. 
Duett. See Villanella Rapita. 

OCH. Och, Arab ma Judey. Arah ma 
Judey. [Song.] [London, 

1735?] s. s7(. fol. G. 316. e. (114.) 

[Another copy.] G. 305. (125.) 

OCHSENKHUN (Sebastian) Tabulatur- 
buch auff die Lauten, von INIoteten, 
Franzosiscben, Welschen vnd Teutschen 
Geystlicben vnd Weltlicben Liederu, 
sampt etlicben jren Texten, mit Viereu, 
Fiinffen vnd Sechs stimen, dergleichen 
vor nie im Truck aussgangen . . . Durch 
Sebastian Ocbsenkbuu . . . zusameu 
ordinirt vnd gelesen. J. KJiol : 

Heidelberg, 1558. fol. K. 1. i. 3. 

Imperfect. The title-ixige and from 
fo. Ixxviii to the end of the book 
are in facsimile. The composers men- 
tioned arc : P. Hoffheimer, C. Glanner, 
S. Zirler, L. Seiiffel, G. Petschin, W. 
Braitengasser, C. Ottmaier, H. Isaac, 
M. Ziete, S. Mahu, J. vom Brandt, H. 
Kilian, T. Stoltzer, Archadelt and 
Crecciuillon. 

ODD. Odd Zooks what a Sight. The 
Volunteers' Medley, a humorous Descrip- 
tion of the . . . Volunteers ... at the . . . 
Review in the Phoenix Park on the 5th of 
June [1781] . . . written by Mr. Marsh 
Junr., etc. John Lee : Dublin, 

[1781.] fol. H. 1601. a. (108.) 

ODE. An Ode address'd to a Lady. [Song.] 
See From. Prom wave to wave, etc. 
[1745 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. h. (31.) 

Ode in honor of Earl Cornwallis's Victory 
over General Gates, etc. See Coenwallis. 
Cornwallis, Illustrious Warrior ! etc. 
[1780.] fol. G. 307. (55.) 

An Ode in Honour of the Albions Society. 
[Song.] See Jarvis (S.) 
Ode in Honour of the London Military 
Association. [Song.] -See While. While 
some to Clinton, Rodney or Prevost, etc. 
[1780 ?] fol. G. 313. (254.) 

An Ode on his Majesty's happy Return 
from Hanover. [Song.] See Our. Our 
King and our Guardian is come, etc. 
[1745.] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (218.) 

Ode on St. Cecilia. [Glee.] 
See Webbe (S.) the Elder. 
An Ode on Solitude. [Duet.] 
See Stanley (J.) 

Ode on the Passions. [Cantata.] 
See Cooke (B.) 
Ode on the Return of Peace. 
See Hook (J.) 

Ode sur la Paix. [Song.] See Ce. C'est 
trop longtems, nobles rivaux. 
[1783.] 8". B. 362. a. (70.) 

Ode to Charity. [Song.] See Fisin (J.) 



ODE. An Ode to Contentment. [Song.] 
See Baildon (J.) 

Ode to Plorimel. [Song.] See Adieu. 
Adieu, dear maid. [1780?] s. s/i. fol. 

H. 1994. a. (54.) 
An Ode to Harmony. [Glee, begins; 
' When aiusic with th' inspiring bowl.'] 
See Ayrton (E.) 

Ode to Harmony. [Hymn, begins : ' Hail 
Heav'n born Art.'] See Grigg (S.) 
Ode to Liberty. [Duet & Chorus.] 
See Parsons (J.) 
An Ode to Love. [Song.] 
See Arne (T. A.) 

Ode to May. Song [begins: 'Fairest 
daughter of the Year 'J. 
See Adams (J. B.) A New Air ... No. 2. 
Ode to May. Song. .S'ee Awake. Awake 
mv muse the sprightly lay, etc. 
[1752.] 8\ 249. e. 22. 

An Ode to Sleep. [Glee.] 

See Olive (J.) 

An Ode to Solitude. [Song.] See Sweet. 

Sweet Companion of the Muse. 

[1750?] 6-. sh. fol. G. 316. f. (8.) 

Ode to the Harp. [Song.] 

See Reeve (W.) 

ODEN. Beiiinische Odeu und Lieder. 

3 Th. J. G. I. Breitkopf 

{B. C. Breitkopf and Sohn) : Leipzig, 175G 

(1759) (1763). obi. fol. E. 1705. 

The composers named in this collection 

are: Sack, Rackemann, Nichelmann, 

Agricola, Schale, Marpurg, Krause, 

C. P. E. Bach, Janitsch, Roth, 

Quanz, Graiin (Concertmeister) , Graun 

(Capclhneister), Kirnbrrger and Sey- 

fahrt. 

Geistliche moralische und weltliche Odeu, 

von verschiedenen Dichtern und Compo- 

uisten. G. A. Lange : Berlin, 1758. fol. 

F. 363. f. (1.) 
The composers of this collection are : 
Marpurg, Kirnberger, Sachs, Krause, 
Schale, Nichehnann, Fasch, Racke- 
mann, Agricola and Graun. 
Geistliche Oden in ]\Ielodien gesetzt vou 
einigen Tonkiinstlern in Berlin. 
Bell C. F. Yoss : Berlin, 1758. obi. fol. 
'^ D. 743. 

The composers are: Graun, C. Fasch, 
Nichelmann, Marpurg, Krause, Racke- 
mann, Schale, Seyfarth, Agricola and 
Sack. 
Sammluug ueuer Oden und Lieder. 
2 Thle. [Words by F. von Hagedorn, 
music by J. V. Gorner.] 
Bey sel Felginers Wittwe und J. C. Bolni : 
Hamburg, 1742-44. 8°. D. 745. 

ODI. Odi un suon di meste note. Song. 
See Alessandro e Timoteo. 



ODONTIUS— OF 



213 



ODONTIUS (Matth.eus) Musicalisch 
Rosengiii-tlem, Neuer Teutscher, lustiger, 
weltlicher Liedlein. . .zu singen vnud auff 
allerley Instrumenten zugebrauchen, mit 
i vnd 5 Stimmen componirt, etc. Tenor. 
Abraham Wagcnmann : 
Niirnberg, 1612. i". B. 119. 

ODS'. Ods' Blood who's the Noodle. Song. 
See I. I sing of George's Golden Days, etc. 
[1780.] fol. G. 309. (105.) 

OECONOMIE. Oecouomie der Plaisir. 
Ronde. Sec Lkgat de Furcy (A.) 

CEDIPE A COIiONNE. Overture. 
CEdipe a Colonne. [By A. M. G. Sacchini.] 
[1801.] See Periodical Publications. — 
London. The Piano-Forte ^Magazine. 
Vol. XIV. [No. 13.] [1797-1802. 1 8". 

D. 854. 
Oedipe a Colonne. Op6ra. 
See Sacchini (A. M. G.) 

OEGLIN (Erhart) Tenor. [Erhart 
Oeglin's Liederbuch. German and Latin 
songs with words, for four voices.] 
Erhart Ocjlin : Augspurg, 1512. obi. i'\ 

K. 4. d. 7. 
53 leaves loithout pagination. Tlie title- i 
page bears tJie word Tenor and a i 
ivoodcut of a mermaid, holding two , 
oval shields or ^nirrors with ribbons, \ 
and the initials H. B. [Hans Burgk- \ 
mair the Elder] on a tablet. I 



Song. 



O'ER. O'er Desert Plains. 
See Jackson (G.) 
O'er Highlands and Lowlands. Ballad. 
See Sanderson (J.) 

O'er my soul, bright Queen of Beauty. .-1 

Ncio Song. The words from Don Quixotte. 

[London, 1774.] S". ^ P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. LV., p. 150. 

O'er the Bowl we'll laugh and sing. Song. 

See Selby (W.) 

O'er the Lawns up the hills as with ardor 

we bound. See Shield (W.) 

O'er the Seas my Love is Sailing. The 

Favorite Scotch Eoiulo, etc. 

[Londo7i, 1786 ?] fol. G. 310. (241.) 

O'er the vast Surface of the Deep. Song. 

See Storage (S.) [The Glorious First of 

June.'] 

O'er the wide field of Fancy to pleasure I 

haste. Song. -See Blewitt (J.) 

O'er Woodlands & Momitains I roam. 

Canzonet. See Fergus (J.) 

OETINGER (Friedrich Christoph) 
Inquisitio in Sensum Communem et 
Rationem . . . Accedit Nova Analysis Musica 
pro sensu coromuni illustrando, e^c. 2 pts. 
Impensis Joh. Christoph. L'Offleri : 
Tubingse, 1753. 8°. 8463. bb. 23. 



OEUFS. Les CEufs Casses. [Song.] 
See Ce. C'est la fille a Simonette. 
[i790?] 8°. B. 362. e. (120.) 

OF. Of all Comforts I miscarried. The 
Curtain Lecture. A new Dialogue between 
a Clownish Husband and a Cunning Wife, 
the words bv Mr. Durfey. [London, 

1710?] s.sh.iol. H. 1601. (329.) 

Of all Joys we are possest. [Duet.] 
See CoRFE (J.) 

Of all my experience. A New Song, etc. 
^London, 1753.] 8". ^ P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. XII , p. 324. 
Of all Professions in the Town. The 
Physician. [Song.] Sung by Mr. Keen 
at Sadler's Wells. [London^ 

1780 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (270.) 

Of all the Animals on Earth I see. The 
Transformation. A New Song. [London^ 
1730 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (174.) 

Of all the brave Birds. Glee for three 
Voices. [Loudo;;, 1790?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 805. g. (33.) 

Of all the brave birds. Glee. 

See Freeman (N.) 

Of all the Experience, how vast the 

amount. T}ie Distressed Maid. [Song.] 

[London, mo?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 310. (257.) 

Of all the gay Nymphs of the Ton. 
Belinda's Complaint for the Loss of her 
TSte. [Song.] Bland: [Lo7idon, 

1780 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (249.) 

Of all the girls I ever saw. Nancij Gay. 
[Song, music by V. W.] 
[London, 1767.J 8". P.P. 5441. 

Eoyal Magazine, Vol. XVII., p. lOl. 

Of all the girls I ever saw. Nancy Gay. 
A New Song. [Music by V. W.] 
[London, 1767.] 8°. ^ P.P. 5438. z. 
Universal Magazine, Vol. XL., p. 379. 

Of all the girls in our town. Nancy 
D«?/;san,a NewSong. [London, 1160.] 6". 

P.P. 5438. z. 
Universal Magazine, Vol. XXVII., p. 208. 

Of all the Girls in our Town. Nancy 
Dawson. [Song.] [London, 

1760?] s.sh.iol. L 530. (114.) 

Of all the girls that are so smart. Sally 
in our Alley. [Song, by H. Carey.] The 
real Set as Sung by Mr. Incledon, etc. 

Urbani & Lision : Edinburgh, 
[1798?] fol. G. 356. (49.) 

[Another edition.] Of all the Girls that 
are so smart. The Favorite Song of Sally 
in otir Alley as sung by Mr. Dignum . . . 
To which is added the Original Air. 
J. Dale: London, [1800?] fol. 

H. 1994. d. (46.) 

Of all the Joys that fill the Heart. Song. 
See KiESHAW (G.) 



214 



OP— OFFRANDE 



OF. Of all the Lads that are so Smart. 
Sally in our Alley to Billy in Piccadilly. 
[Soug, to the music of H. Carey's ballad.] 
With Proper Graces to the Tune. [London, 
1720?] s.sh.iol. H. 1601. (324.) 

Of all the maidens fair. The Chief of 
Dairy Maida, or the Green Goiun. [Song.] 
[London, 1120?] s.sh.iol. 

I. 530. (115.) 

Of all the :\Iauxes in the Land. Sally in 
her own Cloaths. [Song, adapted to H. 
Carey's tune of " Sally in our Alley."] 
[London, 1720?] s.sh.iol. 

H. 1601. (343.) 

Of all the Occupations. The Jolly Topers. 
[Song.] Set for the German Flute. 
[London, 1735 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. e. (108.) 

Of all the simple things we doe. The 
Mouse Trap. [Song] ]\Iade to a Tune in 
the Country Wake. [London, 

1730?] s.sh.iol. H. 1601. (326.) 

[Another edition.] Of all y simple things 
we do. The Mouse Trap, etc. [London, 
1730 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 305. (193.) 

[Another edition.] Of all f simple things 
we do. The Mouse Trap, etc. [London, 
1730 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (189.) 

Of all y° toasts, that Brittain boasts. 
Polly Peachum, to the Tune of Sally in 
our Alley [by H. Carey]. [London, 

1728.] s. sh. fol. G. 316. a. (36.) 

Of all the Torments, all the Care. Song. 
See BoYCE (W.) 

Of all the various states of life. Wedlock. 
[Song.] [London, 1766.] S". 

P.P. 5441. 
Royal Magazine, Vol. XV., 2^. 45. 

Of all the words that e're was sung. Tlte 
Explanation, a new occasional Song 
[written] by C. Stracey. 
PUey and Willis : London, [1797 ?] fol. 

G. 365. (26.) 
Of all the Worlds enioj-ments. Tlic 
Fishermans Song [in T. D'Urfey's ' Mas- 
saniello.' Music by R. Leveridge]. 
[London, 1700.] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (353.) 
Of all the World's enjoyments. Song. 
See Leveeidge (R.) [Massaniello.] 
Of battles or sieges I mean not to sing. 
A New Song. [London,] 1763. 8". 

P.P. 5441. 

Vol. IX., p. 318. 

Ballad. 



English 



Royal Magazine 
Of Cruel Absence. 
See SuETT (R.) 
Of good 
raise. Song. See 

Of Jolly Rakes 
Venus Unmaskd. 
an Afflicted Sinner. 
1720'?] s.sh.iol 



Beer our Song let's 

LEVERIDC4E (R.) 

aiid pleasing Dames. 

Or a Merry Song for 

[London, 

H. 160i. (360.) 



OF. Of Knights in all ages in Story we're 
told. The Knights of the Brush. [Song.] 
Bland: [London. ll'^O?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 310. (248.) 

Of Linster fam'd for INIaidens fair. Lucy 
d Collin, by Mr. Tickle, set to a New 
Tune. [London, 1735?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. e. (104.) 
Of noble Race was Shenkin. A favorite 
Welch Air, with Variations for the Harp, 
Harpsichord, Violin, or German Flute. 

Broderip (& Wilkinson : London. 
[1800?] fol. h. 3200. a. (20.) 

Of noble race was Shinkin. Song. 
See RicHiMOXD Heiress. 
Of race divine thou needs must be. .4 
Song, new set to Musick. 
[London, 1752.] 8". 157. 1. 14. 

London Magazine, 1752, p. 569. 
Of Wilkes or of Halifax 'tis not I sing. 
The Scrutiny. [Song.] The Words by 
J. Oakman. C[harles 

and] S[amuel] T[hompson : London, 
1770?] s.sh.iol. G. 310. (272.) 

OF AGE TO-MORROW. The Wife's 
Farewell or No my love no. The Favorite 
Ballad as sung by Miss Decamp in the 
. . . Farce of Age To-morrow. [By M. 
Kelly.] R. Branston, for the Author : 

London, [IQOO?] fol. G. 805. h. (36.) 
Of Age To-morrow. Musical Entertain- 
ment. See Kelly (RL) 

O'FARRELL (P.) O'Farrell's Collection 
of National Irish Music for the Union 
Pipes . . . Comprising a Variety of the Most 
Favorite Slow & Sprightly Tunes. . .with 
Variations . . . with a Selection of . . . 
Scotch Tunes, also a Treatise with . . . 
Instructions ... for the Pipes. Goic : 

[London, 1792.] ohl. 4". b. 115. 

OFFICIER DE FORTUNE. Fidel 
epoux, franc militaire. Vaudeville de 
I'Officier de Fortune. [Words by J, Patrat , 
music by A. B. Bruni.J Avec Accompag' 
de Guittare. Chez Fr^re : [Pari.^, 

1792.] 8°. B. 362. d. (2.) 

OFFLEY (Henry Francis) The Gallant 
Soldier. A Favorite Song. . .Written & 
Composed by H. F. Oftley. W. Cope : 

London, [11 9<3?] fol. G. 367. (36.) 

Lowland Cot, A Favorite . . . Song. Written 
by T. Jones. W. Cope, for the Author : 

London, [1796 ?] fol. G. 367. (35.) 

The True British Soldier, or King George 
and Old England for ever. A Favorite 
Song. . .Written by T. Jones, etc. 

W. Cope, for the Author : London, 
[1795?] fol. G. 376. (28.) 

OFFRANDE A TERPSICHORE. 

L'Offrande a Terpsichore. [Ballet.] 
See Bossi (C.) 



OFPRES— OLD 



215 



OFFRES. Les OSres de I'Amour. [Song.] 
>Ve Amour. L' Amour a la belle Aspasie, etc. 
^1780?] 8°. B. 362. b. (161.) 

OFT. Oft Faunus leaves Arcadia's Plains. 
[Glee.] See Callcott (J. W.) 

Oft have I seen at early morn. [Song.] 

See Aylwaed (J.) 

Oft I'd wet the t'other Eye. [Song.] 

See Reeve (W.) 

Oft I'm by the Women told. [Song.] 

See Leveridge (R.) 

Oft let me wander. Song. 

See Spofforth (R.) 

Oft on the troubled Oceans face. [Song.] 

See Galliard (J. E.) [Circe.] 

OGUS. Ogus. Komische Oper. 
See Winter (P. von) 

OH. S'^e 0. 

O'HARA (Kane) See Goldex Pippin. 
The Songs ... in the Golden-Pippin, an 
English Burletta . . . Compiled from the 
Works of the most Celebrated ^Masters by 
the Author of Midas [i.e. K. O'Hara]. 
[1773.] obi. fol. D. 272. (1.) 

OISEAU. L'Oiseau, on les tomparaisons. 
LSong.] SeePRES. Presd'un Mari brusque 
et sauvage. [1785 ?] 8». 

B. 362. b. (143.) 
L'Oiseau soigneux qui cherche sa proie. 
L'Oiseau. [Song.] E. Rhames : 

Dublin, [nSO?] s. sh. iol. 

H. I60I. b. (58.) 

OISEAU PERDU ET RETROUVE. 

Mon pere, on dause au Chateau. Roude. 
De L'Oiseau perdu et retrouvc'. [Op6ra- 
Comique, written by De Piis and Barre.] 
iParis, 1782.] 8". ' B. 362. b. (199.) 

Rien n'est, quand on calcule. Vatuleville. 
De VOiscau perdu et retrouvi. [Opera- 
Comique, written by De Piis and Barre.] 
Chez Bignon : [Paris, 1782.] 8». 

B. 362. (208.) 

OISEAUX. Oiseaux de ce bocage. Air 
Nouveau. Avec accomp' de guitare de 
Sig' Alberti. Chez M. Camand : 

Paris, [1785 ?] 8». B. 362. g. (48.) 

Les Oiseaux de ces bocages. Air, ajoute 
au iV Acte d'Armide et chants par 
:\r" Fel. [Paris,] 174G. s. sh. i". 

297. c. 6. 
Mercure de France, April, 1746. 

Oiseaux par le plus doux accent. Germeuil 
de rctour a Nina. [Song.] Sur I'air de 
la Romance [by N. Dalayrac]. 
Chez Frire : [Paris, 1790?] 8". 

B. 362. h. (30.) 

Oiseaux qui gazouilles. Romance. 
See LoLOTTE ET Fanfan. 



OISEAUX. Oiseaux, si tous les ans. Air 
Serieux. [Words] De M. de Brueys. 
[Paris,] 1725. s. sh. i". 297. a. 17. 

Mercure de France, Nov., 1725. 

OISEAUX D'lTALIE. Les Oiseaux 
d'ltalie, Folie en un acte et en prose, 
melee de Vaudevilles. Par H. Chaussier 
et Bizet. . .Avec les Airs notes. 
Chez le Libraire au TMdtre du Vaudeville: 
Paris, An vi« [1798.] 8". 

11738. bbb. 41. (8.) 

OLA. Ola dico. [Quartett.] 

See Paisiello (G.) [Gli SchiaviperAmore.] 

OLD. Old Adam it is true. Song. 
See Vanbrcghe (G.) 

The Old and New Courtier of the Queen's. 
[Song.] See With. With an Old Song 
made by an Old Ancient Pate, etc. 
[1710 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1601. (498.) 

The Old Batchelor's Advice to all young 
Batchelors. [Song.] 
See You. You find from the beginning. 
[1720?] s.sh. fol. H. 1601. (543.) 

The Old Bawd. [Song.] 
See Barrett (J.) Organist. 
Old Ben Bowling. Song. See Reeve (W.) 
The Old British Lion. Song. 
See Camidge (M.) 
Old Care begone. Song. 
See MozK ( ) A Bacchanalian Song. 

The Old Cavalier. [Ballad.] 
See He. He that is a clear Cavalier, etc. 
[1690?] s.sh. fol. Case 39. k. 6. (21.) 
Old Chiron. Two Part Song. 
See Purcell (H.) [Doubtful and Spurious 
Works.] 

The Old Cloaths Man. [Song.] 
Sec DiBDiN (C.) [To7n Wilkins.] 
The Old Commodore. [Song.] 
See Reeve (W.) [The Glorious First of 
June.] 

Old England so famous of yore. A 
Political Ballad Address'd to the Worthy 
Electors of the City of Westminster. 
[Son^y.] T. D., for the Author : 

[London, 1785.] fol. H. 1653. (54.) 

Old England to thyself be true. Song. 
See Magic Cestus. 
Old England's Glorv revived. [Song.] 
See L., R. 

Old England's Wooden Walls. Song. 
See Carter (C. T.) 

Old Homer, but what have we with him 
to do ? Liberty-Hall. [Song.] 
B.Falkener: London, [1775?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. a. (76.) 

[Another copy.] G. 806. f. (63.) 

Old Husonwent out. Old Hnson's Ramble 

or the Ladies Mistake. [Song.] 

\ London, Yi'ibr] s. sh. io\. 

^ G. 316. e. (112.) 



216 



OLD— OLIVE 



OLD. Old :\rad Tom. Song. 
See I. I'm Old Mad Tom, etc. 
[1720?] s.sh.io], G. 309. (37.) 

The Old Man's Wish. [Song.] 
See If. If I live to grow old, etc. 
[1720?] s.sJi. fol. H. 1601. (239.) 

Old Oliver, or the Dying Shepherd. 
Cantata. Sec Rauzzini (V.) 

The Old One outwitted. [Song.] 
See Honest Yorkshire-Man. 

Old Poets have told us, when they have 
grown mellow. [Song.] 
See Leveridge (R.) 

The Old Sailor. Song. 
See Grimshaw (J.) 

The Old Shepherd's Dog. Ballad. 
See Hook (J.) 

Old stories tell how Hercules. .4 True 
Relation of the Dreadful Combate ketioeen 
More of More-Hall, and the Dragon of 
Wantley. [Ballad.] 

Printed for Randal Taylor : 
London, 1685. fol. 1872. a. 1. (129*.) 
Old Time is my Name. The Three Kings. 
[Song.] Printed for W. Bailei/ : [London, 
1780?] s. sh. iol. G. '310. (234.) 

. Old Tom of Bedlam. [Song.] 
See Forth. Fourth from my dark and 
Dismall Cell, e^c. [1710?] .s. s/t. fol. 

H. 1601. (149.) 
Old ugly Flavia Patches wears. 0» Cloe's 
loearing Patches. A new Song to Belsize 
minuet. [ZoHfZo», 1721 ?] s.sh.iol. 

H. 1601. (354.) 

The words of this song, signed T. B., 

are in the Weekly Journal for 

nth June, 1721. 

[Another edition.] Old ugly Flavia 

Patches wears. On Cloc's wearing 

Patches, etc. [London, 1125?'} s.sh.iol. 

G. 310. (186.) 
The Old Wife she sent to the Miller. The 
lolly Miller. [Song.] The words [from 
' Don Quixote ; Part iii,'] by T. Durfey. 
[Lo7idon, lllO?] s. sit. iol. 

H. 1601. (434.) 
The Old Woman. Song. 
See GiARDiNi (F.) 

The Old Woman cloathed in Grey. 
[Song.] [London, 110b?] s. sli. iol. 

H. 1601 (25.) 
[Another edition.] An Old Woman 
cloathed in grey. A Song. [London, 

1715?] s.sh.iol. G. 306. (71.) 

An Old Woman cloathed in grey. The 
Musical Hodge Podge. Sung by i\Ir. 
Beard. [Loiidon, 1130?] fol. 

G. 305. (150.) 
[Another copy.] G. 306. (60.) 

The Old Woman under the Hill. [Song.] 
See Lord ^Mayor's Day. 



OLD. Old Women we are. Song. 
See Harlequin's Invasion. 

OLD MAN TAUGHT WISDOM. An 

Old Man taught Wisdom : or, The Virgin 
Unmask'd. A Farce . . . By Henry Fielding 
. . . With the ]Musick prefix'd to each 
Song. The Second Edition. 
Printed for J. Watts: London, 11 So. 8". 

11775. d. 15. 

OLEY (JoHANN Christoph) Variirte 
Choriile fiir die Orgel. 4 Thle. 

Bey C. A. Reussner : Quedlinburg, 
1775-(1792.) fol. h. 2755. 

The pagination is continuous, hut each 
part has a separate title-page. Th. 2 
is dated 1776, Th. 3 has a preface by 
J. A. Hiller, and is dated 1791, Th. 4 
is dated 1792. The last tivo parts are 
published by F. J. Ernst. 

OLIFANTE (Giovanni Battista) 

See RoDio (R.) Regole di jMusica . . . 
Et di nuouo da . . . G. B. Olifante 
aggiontoui un Trattato di Proportioni, etc. 



1609. obi. 4". 



785. a. 6. 



OLIMPE. Olimpe est de retour. Air. 
See GouET ( ) 

OLIMPIA. Olimpia. [A Pasticcio.] 
Src Delizie. Le Delizie dell' Opere, etc. 
Vol. 4. [1776.] fol. G. 159. 

OLIMPIA IN EBUDA. Olimpia in 
Ebuda. Opera. Sec Hasse (J. A.) 

OLIMPIADE. The Favorite Songs in 
the Opera I'Olimpiade. 2 pts. [A Pas- 
ticcio. Full Score.] R. Brcmner : 
London, [1770.] fol. G. 760. f. (10-11.) 
The composers named are : J. C. Bach, 
Piccini, Traietta and Sarti. 
[Another copy.] G. 760. d. (3.) 
The Favourite Songs in the lipera 
L'Olimpiade. [A Pasticcio.] W. N'ajner : 
London, [1779 ?] fol. G. 206. f. (1.) 
The composers named are : Bcrtoni, 
Paisiello aiul Gluck. 
L'Olimpiade. [Opera.] 
See JoMELLi (N.) 

OLINDA. Olinda turne. Song. 

See PuRCELL (D.) [The Unhappy Con- 
queror.] 

OLIVE. The Olive Branch. [Song.] 
See Essex (M.) 

OLIVE (Joseph) Bacchus. For two 
Voices. [London, 1775?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 306. (183.) 

Constant Damon, etc. [Song.] 

C[harles and] S[amttel] T[hompson : 
London, 1115?] s.sh.iol. 

H. 1994. d. (47.) 
England's Glory. [Song. Full Score.] 
[London, 1782.] 8°. 2117. e. 

European Magazine, Vol. II., p. 450. 



OLIVE— ON 



217 



OLIVE (Joseph). The Farewell. [Song. 
Words by J. Cunningham.] 

C[harles and] S[amuel] T\liompson : 
London, 1775 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 307. (95.) 
The Fox Hunters. [Song.] Sung by 
Mr. Lowe, etc. C[]iarles and'] S[aninel] 
T[hornpson : London, 1170?] s. sJt. io\. 

G. 308. (125.) 
The Lover's Declaration. [Song.] 

C[haiies and] S[a7nucl] T[hompson : 
London, mo?] s. sh. io\. 

G. 309. (147.) 
The Loyal London Military Association, 
etc. [Song.] Shmmel,] A[nn and] P\eter] 
T\hoynnson : London, 11 Qb?] s.sh.ioX. 

H. 1601. a. (105.) 
^linnet [for strings and horns. Full 
score]. [London, 1783.] 8°. 2117. e. 

European Magazine, Vol. III., p. 217. 
^linuetto [for strings and horns, full 
score]. [London, 1782.] 8". 2117. c. 

European Magazine, Vol. II., p. 379. 
An Ode to Sleep, etc. [Glee for three 
voices.] [London, 1782.] 8°. 2117. c. 

European Magazine, Vol. II., p. 295. 
Sacred is War. [Song.] Sung by Miss 
Pinto at Sadlers Wells, in the favorite 
Interlude of All for Scarlet, or Ding Dong 
to the Park. S[amuel,] A[nn a7ul] 
P[eter] T[hompson : ^Ijondon, 1785 '?] fol. 

Q. 311. (118.) 
Says his Grace to his Cook. Glee, etc. 

Printed for J. Fielding : 
London, [1782.] 8°. 2117. c. 

European Magazine, Feb., 1782. 

Six Songs for a Voice or Harpsichord, etc. 

Printed for S. A. d P. Thompson: 

London, [llQb?] fol. G. 360. (38.) 

Summer. [Song.] The Words by Mr. 
Riley. [Full Score.] [London, 1783.] 8". 

2117. c. 
European Magazine, Vol. III., p. 65. 
True Blue. [Song.] Sung by Mr. Lowe 
in " India hoa " at Sadlers Wells. 

II[cnry] T'horotcgood : London, 
1771 ?] s. sh. foi. ^ G. 312. (143.) 

What though my love be gone afar. 

Song, etc. [London, 1783.] 8". 2117. c. 

European Magazine, Vol. IV., p. 137. 

OLLEFEN (WiLLEM van) Proeven van 
Muzikaale Uitspanningen, bestaande in 
Mengelzangen, naar den niev;wsten 
Italiaanschen smaak geschikt, voor het 
Clavier, de Viool, Fluit, en andere Instru- 
menten. (Melodeyen van de Muzikaale 
Uitspanningen, etc.) 2 pts. 
By J. B. Ehve: Amstcldam, 1783. 8°. 

7897. f. 30. (1.) 

OLTOLINA (Carlo Andrea) Sei Sonate 
a due Violini e Basso, etc. [Separate 
Parts.] Chez S. Markordt : Amsterdayn, 
[1780?] fol. g. 409. a. (8.) 



OLYMPE. L'Olympe est-il sur la terre. 
Rondeau. See Legros (J.) 

OLYMPIADE. Avec peine un cffiur se 
d6gage. Air, do VOlympiade [by A. M. G. 
Sacchini]. [Paris,] 1778. s. sh. 8^ 

297. f. 20. 
Mercure de France, March, 1778. 
Non, mon coeur soufire nioins de peines. 
Air de L' Olimpiade [by A. M. G. Sacchini . 
Arrange pour la Harpe par 3Ir. Suin. 
[Paris, 1780 ?] fol. G. 800. m. (43.) 
L'Olympiade, ou le Triomphe de I'Amitie. 
Drame H^roique. See Sacchini (A. M. G.) 

OMAI. Omai. Pantomime. 
Sec Shield (W.) 

OMBRA. Onibra cara. [Song.] 
Sec Radamisto. 

Ombra cara, ombra tradita. [Song.] 
Sec DiDONE Abbandonata. 
Ombra cara, ombra tradita. [Song.] 
See Schuster (.J.) 

OMBRE. Ombre de mon Amant. Air. 
See Lambert (M.) 

OMBRE DE VADii. L'Ombre de Vade. 
[Parade.] Par M. Taconet. Represente 
sur le Theatre, a I'Orient, au mois de 
Novembre 1757. [With the music of the 
concluding Vaudeville.] 
[Pan.s ? 1757 ?] 8°. 11738. o. 1. (8.) 

OMNIA. Omnia vincit Amor. Song.] 
See As. As I went forth to view y'' Spring. 
[1750?] s. s7t. fol. G. 316. a. (6.) 

OMPHALE. Omphale. Tragedie. 
Sec Destouches (A. C.) 

ON. On a Bank beside a Willow. Aminta's 
Tears for the Loss of Damon. [Song.] 
[London, 1750 ?] s. sh. fol. 

I. 530. (118.) 

[Another setting.] On a Bank beside a 
WiUow. [Song.j See Boyce (W.) 
On a Bank of Flow'rs. Song. 
See Lady's Triumph. 
On a Brook's glassy brink. The Lass of 
the Brook. A new Song Set for the 
German Flute. [London, 1150?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 316. (106.) 
On a Brook's grassy Brink. TJie Lass of 
the Brook. A new Song. 
[London, 1755.] 8". 157. 1. 17. 

London Magazine, 1755, p>. 132. 

On a Brook's grassy Brink. The Lass of 

the Brook. A New Song. 

[London, lido.] 8°. P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. XVI., p. 343. 
On a Brook's grassy brink. Tlie Lass of 
the Brook. [Song.] [London, 

1756.] s. sh. 8'\ P.P. 5439. ab. 

Neiv Universal Magazine, May, 1756. 
On a Day, alack the Day. [Song.] 
See Chilcot (T.) 



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ON 



ON. On a Dram. Catch. Src Baildon (J.) 

On a Fly Drown'd in a Lady's Eye. 
rSong.] See Deluded. Deluded Fly, 
that thus presum'd. [1720 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (122.) 
On a Goldfinch flying away while a Lady 
was playing Dear Liberty. Song. 
Sff To. To Handel's pleasing notes, etc. 
[1756.] 8°. P.P. 5438. 

On a Grassy Pillow. Happy Myrtillo. 
[Song, written and composed by H. Carey.] 
[LoKrZo», 1720?] s.sh.iol. 

H. 1601. (359.) 
On a Lady stung by a Bee. [Song.] 
See Vincent (J.) 

On a Lady weeping. [Song.] See Lady. 
On a mille gouts differends. La Montagne. 
[Song.] Sur I'Air de La Crois^e [by 
G. G. Cambini]. CJiez Imhmilt : 

Paris, [1793 ?] 8". B. 362. a. (19.) 

On a Mossy Bank reclin'd. The Stolen 
Kiss. [Song, the words by R. Dodsley, 
from "Colin's Kisses," the music i)y J. 
Oswald.] [London, 1748 ?] s. sh. fol." 

G. 310. (201.) 
On a primrosy bank by a murmuring 
stream. The Blush. A New Song. 
[London, 1757.] 8°. 158. 1. 2. 

London Magazine, 1757, 2>- I'lO. 

On a Primrose Bank by a Murmring 
Stream. The Blush. [Song.] [London, 
1760?] s.sh.iol. G. 316. (107.) 

On a Rose that died in Clarissa's Bosom. 
[Song.] Sec Sweet. Sweet beauteous 
Flow'r full fraught with choice delights. 
[1770?] s.sh.M. G-. 311. (132.) 

On a subject extensive bestow some atten- 
tion. Eulogium on Masonry. [Song.] 
The words by Brother Hartley. [London, 
1780?] fol. G."310. (240.) 

On a Summer's Sunday Morning. Song 
0)1 Admiral Parker's Victory over the 
Dutch upon tJte Dogger Bank, 1781. 
Bland : [London, 1781.] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (288.) 
On a Young Lady. [Song.] 
See Peters ( ) 

On a young Lady stung by a Bee. [Song.] 
See Flackton (W.) 

On Admiral Lord Duncan's victory. Glee. 
Sec Dixon (W.) 

On an Orange Flow'r put into a Lady's 
Bosom. [Song.] See Hayes (P.) 

On attend un couplet galant. Air. 
See Favart aux Champs Elisees. 

On Autumn. Song. See Behold. 

Behold the rosy Summer flies. 

[1770?] s. s/(.'fol. G. 306. (198.) 

On Bagnigge Wells. [Song.] 
See KiRSHAW (G.) 



ON. On blasme a tort notre fai/ou. Vaude- 
ville. See Lanterne Veridique. 
On Blindness. [Song.] 
.S'ee KiLBURN (J.) 

On Board of a Man of War. [Song.] 
See Come. Come all my brave Lads, 
away quic[k]ly come. [1780?] s. sh. fol. 

I. 530. (29.) 
On Chloe's wearing patches. Song. 
See Old. Old ugly Flavia patches wears, 
etc. [1721?] s.sh.iol. H. 1601. (354.) 
On circling hours swiftly borne. The 
Wedding Day. 22'' August, 1799. [Song.] 
Broderip and Wilkinson: London, 
1799. fol. G. 807. d. (61.) 

On connait I'usage constant. Le Passe- 
Partout, on suite de la Redingotte d 
I'Anglaise. [Song, words] Par M"' Roul- 
land. Air : La bonne chere et le bon vin. 
Chez Les fr^res Savigny : [Pari.'>, 
1785?] 8°. B. 362. j. (7.) 

[Another copy.] B. 362. f. (29.) 

[Another copy.] B. 362. (137.) 

On Content. Song. See Davis (T.) 
On Contentment. [Song.] 
See Shepherd. Shepherd, seek not 
Wealth or Pow'r. 1762. 8". P.P. 5441. 
On craint un engagement. Romance. 
See Gavinies (P.) 
On danse bien a la ville. Ronde. 
See PoMMiERs et le IMoulin. 
On dear Zelinda's Charms I gaze. On 
Zelinda. [Song.] [London. 

1740?] s. sh. fol. I. 530. (119.) 

On decanting a Flask of Florence. Song. 
See Turner (W.) 

On dira qu'epris de Chimene. [Air.] 
See Chimene. 

On dit que I'amour est charmant. Air de 
M'' . . . Cite- Baillon : \ Paris,] 

1784. 8". B. 362. h. (40.) 

On dit que sous peu de tems. Air. 
See Confederation du Parnasse. 
On doit changer. [Song.] 
See Chatig * * ( ) 
On doit soixante mille francs. Air. 
See Champein (S.) [Les Dettes.] 
On donne gratis I'Opera. Vaudeville. 
See Mouret (J. J.) 

On entend dans nos plaines. Chanson. 
Air naif en Romance. [Paris] 

1754. s. sh. 4°. 298. c. 20. 

Mercure de France, Oct., 1754. 
On Entick's green Meadows. Song. 
See Hook (J.) 

On Etrick Banks in a Summers night. 
Etrick Banks, a Scotch Song. [Londoji, 
1745?] s. s7t. fol. G. 310. (222.) 

On every hill. Song. See Hudson (R.) 
On Felicia. [Song.] See Jarvis (S.) 
On Fidelia's Mind. [Song.] ,sVe T., R. 



I 



ON 



219 



ON. On Flamstead's Mount a Neiried stood. 
[Song.j Oil the Pretty Mrs. Hoivard's 
running doivn the Hill in Grecnivich Park. 
[Lojidon, 1715?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (342.) 
[Another copy.] I. 530. (120.) 

On Friendship. [Song.] 
,<ee Gerard (J.) 

On Greenwich Park. [Song.] 
See Jackson (T.) 

On her Absence. [Song.] 

See When. When to the Sea the Sun 

returns. [1720 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 313. (148.) 

On his Face the vernal Rose. Air. 
^V(- BoYCE (W.) [Solomon.] 

On Ida one day, at Olympical feast. The 
Squabble. [Song.] P. Hfodgson : 

London, 1180?] s. sh. io\. 

G. 310. (267.) 
On Jenny Benson. [Song.] 

See STAGNANT (P.) 

On le savoit, dans le Village. Ariette. 
See Cecile. 

On Love's blest Altar. [Song.] 
See Doctor and Apothecary. 

On Lucinda's Death. [Song.] 

See Come. Come, all ye doleful, dismal 

cares, etc. 1760. 8°. P.P. 5441. 

On Ludgate Hill, where in the usual 
Throng. Lord Chief Jeffenj Dunstan. 
A Cantata. As sung at the JMasquerade 
at Carlisle House. T!'. Bailey : 

[London, 1780 ?] fol. G. 310. (242.) 
On May's auspicious Morn. Canzonet. 

See GrAEFF (J. G.) 

On Mira's Singing and Beauty. Song. 

See Turner (W.) 

On Miss Betsy Ball. Song. See To. To 

Bettsy's Praise I tune the Lvre. 

[1750?] s.s/i. fol. G'. 312. (225.) 

On Miss Robinson. [Song.] 

See Munro (G.) 

On M' Handel. [Song.] 

See Alcock (J.) Doctor in Music. 

On Music. Catch. 

See Alcock (J.) the Younger. 

On n'entend plus le chant des amoureux 

oiseaux. [Song.] See Laborde (J. B. de) 

On ne fait aucune alliance. Air. 

See Kerjiesse. 

On ne leconuait plus le monde. Le Nou- 

vcau Monde, ou le Masqtie de V^i-iti. 

[Song, written] Par M. Roullaud. Air : De 

I'instant [from G. Martini's ' Droit du 

Seigneur '] etc. Chez les frires Savigny : 

[Paris, 1785 ?] 8°. B. 362. (174.) 

On ne rend plus a la beaute. Musette. 
[Paris,] 1748. s. sh. 4r. 297. c. 17. 

Mercurc de France, July, 1748. 



OK". On Nelson's glorious victory. Song. 
See Hudson (R.) 

On Newgate Steps Jack Chance was 
found. Just the Thing. [Song.] 
Sk[illern : London, 1180?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 310. (286.) 
On nous dit que dans I'mariage. Air. 
See Camillk. 

On nous raconte qu'au village. Romance. 
.SVe Dalayrac (N.) [Alexis.] 
On Olympus the Gods were assembled 
one day. The Air Balloon. [Song.] 

Longman and Broderip : 
[London, 1784.] fol. G. 310. (235.) 

On peut encor dans la prairie. Chanson. 
See Legat de Furcv (A.) 
Ou Phillis. Song. See Phillis. Phillis 
has each enchanting art. [1747.] 8". 

157. 1. 9. 
On Pleasure's smooth Wings. [Song, by 
J. Baildon.] Sung bij Mr. Dearie at Rane- 
lagh. [London, 1755?] s. sJt. fol. 

G. 310. (258.) 
On Pleasure's smooth Wings. ^4 Netv 
Song [by J. Baildon]. Sung by Mr. Dearie, 
at Ranelagh. [London,] 1763. 8". 

158. 1. 8. 
London Magazine, 1763, j^- f^^''- 

On Pleasure's smooth Wings. A New 
Song ^by J. Baildon]. Sung by Mr. Dearie 
at Ranelagh. [London, 1764."] 8". 

P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. XXXiy.,i). 'J3. 

On Prince Eugene's Victory over the 

Turks. ^Song.] See Look. Look down, 

triumphant God, etc. [1717.] s. sh. fol. 

H. ieOl. (283.) 
On saute partoat les Anglaises. Rondeau. 
See Reprise de Toulon. 
Ou se permet sur les Abb^s. L'Apologie 
des Abbes. [Song.] Air : La Faridondaine. 
[Paris, 1785?] 8". B. 362. (141.) 

[Another copy.] B. 362. e. (86.) 

On se presse toujours trop tot. Air. 
See Dalayrac (N.) [Le Corsaire.] 
On souffre quand ou ayme bien. Air. 
See L'Abbe ( ) Choirmaster of St. 
Jacqties, Dieppe. 

On Spring. Song. See Weale (G.) 
Ou sturdv stout Dobbin. The Twaddle. 
[Song.] Written by T. Goodwin. Sung 
by Mr. Wilson at the Crown & Anchor. . . 
and by Mr. Edwin, at the Anacreontic 
Society. Longman d- Broderip : 

London, [1785 ?] fol. G. 808. f. (39.) 
On Sunday after Mass. [Song.] 
See Leveridge (R.) 

On Tay's green Banks I'll boldly tell. 
Praises of Jockey, a favourite Scotch Ballad. 
Sung by Mrs. Warrel at Vauxhall. 
S[amuel and] A[nn] T[hompson : London, 
1778.] s.sh. fol. G. 310. (284.) 



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ON 



Birth Day. 

[Song.] 
Song. 
[Song.] 



ON. On that lone bank where Lubin died. 
Fair Bosalic, a favourite Song sung by 
Mrs. Crouch... and 'Mr. Dignum...The 
words by 'Mv. Richardson. [^Melody by 
C. Dignum. Full Score.] 
Printed for S. A. d- P. Thompson : London, 
[1794?] fol. G. 805. i. (12.) 

On the Approach of ^lay. [Song.] 
Sec Hudson (R.) 

On tbe Birth day of Her Highness Prin- 
cess Augusta. [Song.] 
Sec Phcebus. Phebus shine forth, etc. 
[1745?] s.s/(. fol. G. 311. (20.) 

On the Birth-Day of his Royal Highness 
the Prince of Wales. [Song ] 
See Great. Great as this day. 
[1781.] s. sh. 4". 'p.p. 5141. 

On the Death of Queen Anne. [Song.] 
See Royal. Royal great Anne, etc. 
[1715.] s. sh. fol. H. 1601. (376.) 

On the Force of Music. [Song.] 
Sec Atalanta. [Fu-a la face, viva Vamor.'] 
On the Green Sedgy Banks. A favorite 
Scots Song sung by Miss Leary at Vaux- 
Hall-Gardens. [Music by J. Hook.] 
Printed for S. A. d P. Thompson : London, 
[1786?] fol. G. 808. f. (40.) 

On the green sedgy Banks. Song. 
See Hook (J.) 

On the Humours of the Town. Dialogue. 
SceHAENDEL (G.F.) [Rodclinda. Scacciato 
dal siio Jiido.^ 

On the King of Prussia's 
[Song.] See Buswell, (J.) 
On the late Absence of May. 
See Hudson (R.) 
On the lightly sportive wing. 
See Stobace (S.) 
On the Militia's Expedition. 
See Bellona. BeFona spreads her dire 
Alarms, etc. [1760.] 8°. P.P. 5438. z. 

On the Pretty Mrs. Howard's running 
down the Hill in Greenwich Park. [Song.] 
See On. On Flamstead's IMount a Neiried 
stood [1715?] s. s/(. fol. 

H. 1601. (342.) 
On the Prospect of Peace. [Song.] 
See Let. Let E'ery Face be fill'd w"' 
Joy, eic. [1728?] fol. G. 310. (65.) 
On the Reduction of Martiuico. [Song.] 
See Dunn (J.) 

On the Spring. [Song.] See Aspiring. 
Aspiring Sol whose gladsome Rays. etc. 
[1760?] s.sh.iol. G. 306. (74.) 

On the Tay's verdant banks. Moggt/s 
Complaint of Jocky. A New Song. 
[London, 1748.] 8°. 157. 1. 10. 

London Magazine, 1748, ji. 420. 
On the Tay's verdant Banks. Moggy's 
complaint of Jockey. [Song.] See Chloe. 
Chloe, or the Musical Magazine, etc. No. 
18. [1760?] fol. G. 433. 



ON. On the white Clifts of Albion. Song 
set to music. Sung by Mr. Lowe, at Vaux- 
hall. [London,] 1761. 8". 158. 1. 6. 
London Magazine, 1761, ^J. 381. 

On the white clifts of Albion. A new 
Song, sung by IMr. Lowe at Vauxhall. 
[London, 176-\] 8". P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. XXX., p. 39. 

On the white Clifts of Albion. [Song.] 
Snng by Mr. Lour, at Vauxhall. 
[ivonrfo?i, 1762 ?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 310. (259.) 

On thy banks, gentle Stour. Song. 
[London, 1750 ?] s. s/(. fol. 

G. 316. c. (29.) 

On tree-topp'd Hill or tufted Green. .4 
Neic Song. [By M. C. Festing.] 
[London, 1765.] 8^ P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. XXXVII., 
p. 42. 
On Tree top'd Hill or turfted Green. 
[Song, music by M. C. Festing.] 
[London, 1775 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (230.) 

On Tree top'd Hill or tufted green. Song. 

See Festing (M. C.) 

On trouve un objet charmant. [Couplets.] 

See COLINETTE A LA COUB. 

On vient de m'annoncer que mon vin est 
au has. Chanson Bachigue. [Paris,] 

1747. s. sh. 4°. 297. e. 14. 

Mercure de France, Dec, 1747. 

On Wet Weather. [Song.] See Though. 
Tho' Cynthia, with a wat'rv eve, etc. 
[1767.] 8". P.P. 5438. z. 

On Wet Weather. [Song.] See Though. 

Tho' Cynthia with a wat'rv Eve. 

[1770?] s.sh.iol. G. 312, (161.) 

1 On Windsor Castle. [Song.] 5ee Hail. 
I Hail Windsor, e/c. [1742?] s.sh.iol. 
1 G. 305. (130.) 

On yonder Bed supinely laid. Song. 
See PuECELL (D.) [The Funeral] 

On yonder Stile. A favorite Duett, 
written by G. S. Carey and sung by ^Mr. & 
Mrs. Carey, etc. Printed for Culliford, 

Eolfe & Barrow : London, [1796 ? i fol. 

G. 354. (7.) 

j On Zelinda. [Song.] 

i See On. On dear Zelinda's Charms 1 
gaze. [1740?] s. s7k fol. 1.530.(119.) 

ON NE S'AVISE JAMAIS DE 
TOUT. On ue s'avise jamais de tout. 
Opera Bouifon en un Acte [by M. J. 
S6daine], mis en musique par Mon- 
sieur * * * [i.e. P. A. Monsigny] . . . Grav6 
par Le S' Hue. [Full Score.] 
Chez Le S" Hue : Paris, [1762.] fol. 

H. 617. 



ON— ONE 



•221 



ON NE S'AVISE JAMAIS DE 
TOUT. Ou ne s'avise jamais de tout, 
Op^ra Comique, en un Acte en prose, 
mele de Musique ; par Mr. Sedaine, etc. 
(Ariettas et Vaudevilles [by P. A. Monsigny] 
de On ne s'avise jamais de tout.) 1775. 
See Recueil. Recueil general des Opera 
Bouffons, etc. Tom. -4. 1777. 8". 

11735. b. 2. 

ONCE. Once Damon & Cloe together sat 
down. The Skillfull Lover. fSong.] 
Cross : [London, 1720?] s. sh. fol. 

I. 530. (121.) 
Once fair Serena panting lay. The Sur- 
prize. [Song.] \ London, 11 20?] s.sh.iol. 

I. 530. (122.) 
Once for all. [Song.] See Carey (H.) 
Once I lov'd a Lady. The Irisli Disappoin t- 
ment. TSong.] Cross: [Lonf/oH, 1710 ?] 
s. sh. foi. I. 530. (123.) 

Once I was as blythe as Simmer. Song. 
See Ross (J.) 

Once -Jupiter's Lady, call'd Juno the 
Scold. Tlie Masquerade or Labour in 
Vain. [Song.] The Words by G. A. 
Stevens. P. H'j}dgson : London, 

1780?] s.sh.iol. 0.310.(265.) 

Once Lucifer after a grand debate. Tlie 
Origin of Lotteries. A new Ballad : 
Calculated for the present Year. [Words] 
Bv Mr. Lockman. [London, 1755.] 8". 

157. 1. 17. 
London Magazine, 1755, p. 540. 

Once Lucifer, after a grand Debate. Tlie 
Origin of Lotteries. A new Ballad : 
calculated for the present Year. [Written] 
Bv Mr. Lockman. [London, 1755.1 

s.'sh. fol. G. 310. 1 223.) 

[Another copy.] G. 303. (45.) 

Once more I'll tune the Vocal Shell. The 
Charms of lovely Peggj/. [Song, music by 
J. Oswald, words attributed to D. Garrick 
or Sir C. H. Williams.] [London, 

1740?] s.sh. fol. G. 316. e. (105.) 

[Another edition.] Once more I'll tune 
the Vocal Shell. The Charms of Lovely 
Peggy, etc. [By J. Oswald.] ''London, 

1745 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (203.) 

[Another setting.] Once more I'll tune 
the Vocal Shell. Lovely Peggy. [Song.] 
[London, 1750 ?] s. sh. fol. 

I. 530. (124.) 
Once more my brave fellows launch out 
on the ^Main. A neiv Song. [London, 

1762.] 8". P.P. 5441. 

Royal Magazine, Vol. YI.,p. 98. 
Once more my Lyre. Song. 
See Shield (W.) 

Once y^ Gods of the Greeks. The Origin 
of English Liberty. [Song.] The words 
by G. A. Stevens, etc. [London, 

1760?] s.sh.iol. H. 1994. a. (189.) 



ONCE. Once the Gods of the Greeks. 
The Origin of English Liberty. [Song.] 
The words by G. A. Stevens. 
R. Falkener : London, [1770?] s. sli. fol. 

H. 1994. a. (82.) 

ONC.LE VALET. L'Oncle Valet. Opera. 
See Della Maria (D.) 

ONE. One April morn as thro' the street. 
Ground Ivy. [Song.] Sung by ]\Ir. 
Vernon. S[amuel and] A'nn] T[hompson : 
London, 1778.] fol. '^G. 310. (244.) 
One Aprill Morn w" from the Sea. Jjove 
of no Party. A new Song made by IMr. 
Durfey. [London, 1705 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 305. (275.) 



[Another copy.] 
[Another edition.] 
from the Sea, etc. 
1710 ?] s. sh. fol. 



G. 310. (191.) 

One Aprill ]\Ioru when 
[London. 

H. 1601. (336.) 
One day among the tombs I stray'd. The 
Daffodil, [Song,] translated from the 
Poems of Yuqueen, a . . . Hindostanee 
Author. Printed for W. Napier : 

London, [1198?] fol. ' G. 356. (37.) 
One day as young Harry came whistling 
along. Ballad. See Blewitt (J.) 
One Day I heard ^lary say. [Song, words 
by R. Crawford.] [London, 

1740?] s. s7;. fol. G. 310. (208.) 

One Day meeting Momus. Present Taste. 
[Song, written by G. A. Stevens.] 
P. H[odgson : London, 1780?] .<;. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (280.) 
One day when Damon with his Cealia 
walk'd. Song. See Gillier (J. C.) 
One Evening as I lay. Love in the G-roves. 
A Song. [London, 1110?] s.sh.iol. 

H, 1601. (337.) 
[Another edition.] One Evening as I lay. 
Love in tlie Groves, etc. [London, 

1720 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (184.) 

One Ev'ning good Humour took Wit as 
his Guest. Time made Prisoner. A 
Favourite Song. [Words by — Selway.] 
[London, 1780 ?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 310. (250.) 
One Evening haveiog lost my way. The 
Happy Clown, a Song the words by Mr. 
Burkhead. [London, 1120?] s.sh.iol. 

H. 1601. (333.) 
One Evening, in hot weather. The 
Hackney Davtsells Pastime. . . [Ballad. 
To a pleasant new Tune, much in Request. 
Printed for Charles Bafes : [London. 
1685?] s.sh.iol. Case 39. k. 6. (14.) 
The tune is represented by a meaningless 
succession of notes, etc. 
One Ev'ning young Lucy walk'd forth to 
the Wood. The Bird's Nest. A New 
Song. [Words and Music by a Gentle- 
man.] [London, 1773.] 8". P.P. 5438. z. 
Universal Magazine, Vol. LIL, p. 206. 



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ONE. One Evening young Lucy went forth 
to the Wood. Howtle Towtlc. A Favorite 
Scotch Song. P. E[vans : London, 

1780 •?] s.s/i. fol. G. 310. (279.) 

One kind Kiss before we part. The Kiss. 
A Favorite Song, as Sung by Miss Brown 
and Mrs. Farrel. [Words by K. Dodsley.] 
6'. B[abb : London, 1770'?] s. sJt. fol. 

G. 310. (227.) 

[Another edition.] One kind Kiss before 
we part. The Parting Kiss, etc. 
London, [1775 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 796. (44.) 
One Long Whitsou HoUiday. The Parson 
among the Peaae. A new Song the words 
by Mr. Durfey. D. Wright : [London, 

1710?] s. s7i. fol. H. 1601. (325.) 

[Another edition.] One Long Whitson 
Holliday. The Parson among the Pease, 
etc. [London, 1710?] s. sh. io\. 

G. 310. (181.) 

One midsummer morning, when nature 
look'd gay. .4 New Song, sung at 
Ranelagh. [Lo7idan,] 1759. 8". 

P.P. 5441. 
Royal Magazine, Vol. I., p. 39. 

One midsummer morning, when nature 
look'd gay. A Neio Song, sung at 
Ranelagh. [London, 1759.] 8". 

P.P. 5438. z. 
Universal Magazine, Vol. XXV., p. 38. 

One Midsummer Morning when Nature 
looked gay. .-1 Xew So)ig. Sung at 
Ranelagh. lLo7idon, 1765?' s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. (49.) 

One Morn as lately Museing. A Satyr or 
Ditty Upon the Jarring of the two East 
India C[ompan^ vs. [Words bv T. D'Urfey.] 
[London, 1709?] fol. G. 305. (201.) 

[Another copy.] G. 304. (119.) 

One morn e'er sweet Peggy arose. Pitty 
Patty. A Favourite Scotch Song, as 
altered [by T. A. Arne] from the Tvme of 
the Yellow-hair'd Laddie. [London, 

1750.] 8°. 157. L 12. 

London Magazine, 1750, jj. 515. 

One Morn Sweet Sue. Roger and Sue, 
a Ballad. The Tune, a Uance of the 
Fausans [by J. A. Hasse'. [London, 

1750 ?] s. sh. fol. ' G. 310. (219.) 

One Morning in pleasant weather. Con- 
stant Coridon ; or Coy Clorimla's un- 
speakable Cruelty. [Ballad.] To an 
Excellent New Tune : Or, See yonder she 
Swims, &c. Printed for P. Brooksby, 

J. Deacon, J. Blare, J. Back : [London, 
1605 ?] s. sh. fol. Case 39. k. 6. (19.) 
The tune is represented by a meaningless 
succession of notes, etc. 

One morning in May, when Spring smil'd 
around. Ballad. See Moolds (J.) 



ONE. One I\Iorning very early. The Maid 
in Bedlam. [Song.] [London, 

1772 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (278.) 

[Another setting.] One ^Morning very 
early. Glee. See Clarke afterwards. 
Clarke Whitfeld (J.) 
One Morning young Roger. Ballad. 
See Arne (T. A.) 

One night as Ned. Kate and Ned. A 
Favorite Song sung at Free Masons Hall. 
I[ohn] F[entum : London,. 
1780?] s.sh. fol. G. 310. (229.) 

One night gay Bacchus. Song. 
See Spofforth (R.) 

One Night in my Ramble I chauc'd to see. 
The IrisJi Jig : or, The Night Ramble. 
[Song.] [London, niO?] s.sh.iol. 

H. 1601. (331.) 

One Night when all the Village slept. 

TJie Despairing Shepherd, [Song,] the 

Words by S' Carr Scroope. [JNIusic by 

E. Miller.] [J. Johnson: London, 

1755?] s.sh.iol. G. 310. (276.) 

No. 3. of E. Miller's ' Collection of Neia 

English Songs.' 

One summer's eve, as Nancy fair. The 

New Spinning-lMieel. [Song.] 

[London, 1768.] 8°. P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. XLIII.,p. 872. 

One Summer's Eve, as Nancy fair. The- 
New Spin)iing Wlieel. [Song.] 
[London,] 1769. 8». 159. n. 1. 

London Magazine, 1769, 2). 105. 
One Sunday at St. James's Prayers. TJic- 
Lady Devoted. A New Song the Words 
by Mr. Durfey. [London, llld 2] s.sJi.iol. 

G. 310. (183.) 

Li same editions of this song the tune is 
ascribed to D' Urfey. 
One there is above all others. Hymn. 
See E., H. 

ONLY. The only Fair Cloe shaU Sencible- 
be. Fair Cloe, A New Song. [London,. 
1710?] s. s7i. fol. H. 1601. (442.) 

The only Lass that I do Love. Roger'si 
Mistress, [Song,] To the Tune of IMoggy 
Lauder. The Words by A. Bradlev. 
[Loiulon, 11 10?] s.sh.tol. 

G. 305. (30.) 

OPERA DANCES. The Opera Dances 
as perform'd at the King's Theatre in the 
Hay Market, 1776 . . . adapted for the- 
Piano Forte, Ger: Flute or Violin. 
J. Welcker : London, [1776.] obi. 4'. 

b. 51. b. 

OPERA DE VILLAGE. L'Opera de 
Village, comedie j representee pour la 
premiere fois le 18 Aoiit 1693. [By F. C. 
Dancourt, with music] 
[Paris, 1760.] 12° 241. c. 3. 

Partof'Les (Euvres de TMatre de M.. 
D'Ancottrty etc. Tom. 3.. 



OPERA— ORGAN 



223 



OPERA MISCELLANY. The Opera 
Miscellany. Songs. See Bolton ( ) 

OPERA OVERTURES. Number l(-5) 
of the Opera Overtures adapted for the 
Harpsichord or Piano Forte with an 
Accompaniment for a Violin. [Nos. 1, 3 
and 4 arranged by J. Mazzinghi.] 

Longman and Broderip : 
London, [1789.] foi. h. 61. (7-11.) 

The Opera Overtures adapted for the 
Harpsichord, etc. Set Second (Third) 
•2 N". R. Bremner : London, ri774 ?] fol. 

g. 79. c. (3.) 
The co^nposers named are: Giordani 
(Lc Vicende), Gugliclmi [I Viaggiatori, 
Orlando, II Carnovalc di Venezia, and 
II Desertore) and' Galuppi (11 Filosofo 
di Campagna). 

OPijRATEUR BARRY. Airs de la 
Comedie de I'Opeiatsur Bary. [Words by 
F. C. Dancourt.] [1702 ] See Airs. Airs 
de la ComMie Franvoise. [No. 11.] 
[1696-]1705. obi. 8". B. 319. 

L'Operateur Barry, comedie ; representee 
pour la premiere fois, le 11 Octobre 1702. 
[By F. C. Dancourt, with songs bv J. C. 
Gillier.] [Paris, 17G0.j 12". 24l". c. 8. 
Part of ' Les CEuvres de Tlu'atre de M. 
D'Ancourt; etc. Tom. 8. 

OPERET TAS. Sammlung der komischen 
Operetten so wie sie von der Churpfalz- 
ischen Deutschen Hofschauspielergesell- 
schaft unter der Direction des Herrn 
Marchand aufgefiihret werden. Band II., 
III. Mit Andrcdisclien Schriften : 

Frankfurt am Mayn, 1772, 3. 8". 

B. 729. 

OPHELIA. Ofelia's Aire, her Mean, her 

Face. Song. 

See PuRCELL (D.) [Love makes a Man.'] 

OPITIIS (Benedictcs de) Sub tuum 

presidium. Summe laudis O Maria. [For 

four voices.] Jan de gheet : 

Antwcrpen, 1515. fol. Case 38. h. 14. 

Seventeen pages of a collection of 20 leaves 

of verses, jvoodcuts, music, dc, in 

honour of the Emperor Maximilian, 

the letterpress signed R. K. D. N. Tlie 

music is pi'inted froin wooden blocks. 

OR. Or che il cielo a me ti rende. Rondo. 
See Paisiello (G.) [Sismano nel Mogole.'\ 
Or ^coutez petis et grands. La Vessie 
Globe. [Song.] Air du Catechisme des 
Normans. Chez J/"'"' Borrelly : 

[Paris, 1783 ?] 8^ B. 362. a. (76.) 

Or let the merry Bells ring round. Song. 
See Haendel (G. F.) [U Allegro.] 
Or, nous dites Glicere. L'£couteur aux 
Portes, ou le Lendemain dc Noces. [Song.] 
Air: II pleut, il pleut, Bergere [by L. V. 
Simon]. CJiez Camand : 

[Paris, 1787 ?] 8'. B. 362. (130.) 



ORACKEL. Das Orackel. Operette. 
See Fleischer (F. G.) 

ORACLES. The Oracles for War. [Song.] 
Sec To. To Arms, to Arms. 
[1690 ?] s. sh. fol. 1878. f. 1. (37.) 

ORAPI (Pietro ^Iarcellino) La Cantica. 
Poesie e Musiche del Sig. Abbate Orafi a 
due, tre, quattro, e cinque voci per Con- 
gregationi, Accademie, Chiese, Oratorij, 
etc. Tenore. Apresso Francesco Maqni : 
Yendia, 1652. 4". D. 162. 

ORANGE-WOMAN. The Orange 
Woman. [Song.] S^e Hearty. A Hearty 
buxom Girl am I, cfc. ri770'.' fol. 

■ G. 306. (110*.) 

ORATIONI. Oratioui per dire auanti et 

dopo la Dottrina Christiana. [With an 

Ave Maria and Litany of the Saints for 

four voices.] Appresso Girolamo Bartoli : 

I Genoa, 1589. 12". 1354. a. 35. (3.) 

I ORAZI ED I CURIAZI. Gli Orazi ed 
i Gurazi. Opera Seria. 
See CiMAROSA (D.) 

i ORAZIO. [Songs in Orazio. A Pasticcio. 
Full Score.] See Delizie. Le Delizie 
dell' Opere, etc. Vol. 6. ri776.] fol. 

I " G. 159. 

I ORCHESOGRAPHIE. Orchesographie. 
j Traictt'. Sec ARBEi.T: (T.) pseud. 

I ORDONANCE. Ordonance Militaire de 
TKcole des Trompettes etablie par le 
Decret du 14 Brumaire I'an 2" de la Eepub- 
lique Fran(^oise. A I'^cole de Trompette : 
Pans. [1794 ?] fol. G. 554. a. (5.) 

ORESTE. Oreste, an nom de la Patrie. 
Air. Sec Piccrsi (N.) [Iphiginie en 
Tauride.] 

ORFEO. The Favourite Songs in the 
Opera call'd Orpheus. [A Pasticcio.] 
Printed for I. Walsh, London, [1136.' foL 

G. 206. e. 

The composers named are : Araja, Vinci 

and Porpora. 

The Favourite Songs in the Opera Orfeo. 

[A Pasticcio. Full Score.] R. Bremner : 

London, [1770.] fol. G. 760. a. 

The composers named are : Bach, Gluck, 

Guglielmi and Guadagni. 

[Another copy.] G. 760. e. (1.) 

J'ai perdu mon Euridice. Air d'OrpJiee. 

[By G. W. von Gluck.] [Paris, 1775 ?] 8 ■. 

B. 362. i. (49.) 
Orfeo. [Opera.] See Bertoni (F. G.) 

ORFEO E EURIDICE. Orfeo e 
Euridice. Dramma per IMusica. 
See Haydn (F. J.) 

ORGAN. The Organ laid open, or the 
true Stop discovered. Song. See Come. 
Come all my brave Boys, etc. [Bv S. 
Wesley.] [1785?] fol. H. 1650. c.' (8.). 



224 



ORGAS— ORPHEUS 



ORG AS (Annibale) Annibalis Orgas . . . 
Sacrarum Cantionum, Quaternis, Quiuis, 
Seuis, Octonis • Vocibus Cum Basso ad 
Organum, & Musica Instrumenta Liber 
Primus. Cantus (Altus) (Tenor) 
(Bassus) Primi Chori. (Cantus (Altus) 
(Tenor) (Bassus) Secundi Chori.) 
(Bassus ad Organum.) 9 pts. 
Apitd Lucam Antonium Suldum : Eom.r, 
1619. 4'. D. 118. 

OmDRYUS (JoASNKs) PracticEB ]\IusicEe 
Utriusque Prsecepta Brenia, ... Ex opti- 
morum jMusicorum libris ea duntaxat 
qufe hodie in usu sunt, studiose collecta. 

lacobus Baiheniiis : Dnisscldorpii, 
1557. S\ 1042. d. 32. 

ORIENT. The Orient Sun. Cantata. 
See Harwood (E.) 

ORIGIN. The Origin of English Liberty. 
[Song.] See Once. Once y° Gods of the 
Greeks, <'^c. [1760?] s. sh. io\. 

H. 1994. a. (189.) 
The Origin of Lotteries. Ballad. See 
Once. Once Lucifer after a grand debate. 
etc. [1755.] 8". 157. 1. 17. 

The Origin of Lotteries. Ballad. See 
Once. Once Lucifer, after a grand De- 
bate, etc. [1755.] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (223.) 

ORIONE. Orione. Opera. 
See Back (J. C.) 

ORISTAGNO (GiULio d') Di Giulio d' 
Oristagno ... II Primo Libro de Madrigali 
a Cinque Voci, etc. Canto. (Alto.) 
(Teuore.) (Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 pts. 

Afpresso Angela Gardanu : 
Venetia, 1588. 4°. D. 187. 

ORLANDI (Santi) II Primo Libro de 
Madrigali a Cinque Voci . . . Nouamente 
stampato. Canto. (Tenore.) 2 pts. 

Aioi)resso Angelo Gardano : 
Venetia, 1602. 4". C. 242. 

This ivork also contains madrigals by A. 
del Vivaio and A. Bicci. 

ORLANDINI (Giuseppe Maria) Arsace. 
[For songs published anonymously :j 
See Arsace. 

ORLANDO. The Favourite Songs in the 
Opera eall'd Orlando. [By G. F. Haendel.] 
Printed for I. Walsh : London, 
[17.33.: fol. ■ H. 300. 

Orlando. Opera. See Haendel (G. F.) 
Orlando. See Pazzie d' Orlando. 

ORME (Robert) The Tempest of War. 
rSong.l [London, 1760?] fol. 
^ ^ ^ G. 305. (294.) 

ORMISDA. The Favourite Songs in the 
Opera eall'd Ormisda. [Libretto by A. 
Zeno ] Printed for I. Walsh and Joseph 
Hare : London, [1730.] fol. 1. 49. (2.) 



ORMISDA. Timido Pellegrin. [Song.] 
Sung by Sig'" Merighi in Ormisda. 
{London, 1730.] fol. G. 305. (86.) 

See Haendel (G. F.) Parthenope, for a 
Flute ... To which is added the most 
Favourite Songs in the Opera of Ormisda, 
etc. [1735?] 06^.4". a. 206. (1.) 

ORMONDO. Ormondo in Chains. Song. 

See Clayton (T.) [Arsinoe.^ 

ORNEVAL ( D') See Le Sage (A. R.) 
and Orneval ( d') Le Theatre de la 
Foire, ou I'Opera Comique, etc. 
1722(-37). 12'\ 241. 1. 18. 

ORNITHOPARCHUS (Andreas) 
[i.e. Andreas Vogelsang]. Musice Actiue 
Microlog' Andree Ornitoparchi . . . Libris 
Quattuor digest', etc. hi edibus Valentini 
Schumanni : Lipsie, 1517. 4". 

K. 1. h. 16. 
54 leaves ivithout pagination. 
Andreas Ornithoparcus his Micrologus, or 
Introduction : Containing the Art of 
Singing. Digested into Foure Bookes. . . 
Also the Dimension and Perfect Use of 
the Monochord, according to Guido 
Aretinus. By lohn Douland, etc. 

Printed/or Thomas Adams : London, 
1609. fol. K. 2. i. 7. 

OROLOGIO (Alessandro) Canzonette 
a Tre Voci ... Nouamente poste in luce. 
Libro Primo. Canto. (Basso.) 2 pts. 

Appresso Angelo Gardano : 
Venetia, 1593. 4°. D. 69. 

Canzonette a Tre Voci . . . Nouamente poste 
in luce. Libro Secondo. Canto. (Basso.) 
2 pts. Apjvesso Angelo Gardano : 

Venetia, 1594. 4". D. 69. a. 

Di Alessandro Orologio il Secondo Libro 
de ]\Iadrigali a Quatro, a Cinque, & a 
Sei Voci. Nouamente composti & dati in 
luce. Tenore. (Quinto.) 2 pts. 

Tyjyis Elect. Saxonin' : 
Dresd;v, 1589. obi. 4". A. 303. 

ORPHAN. Orphan Bess the Beggar Girl. 
[Song.] See Hook (J.) 
The Orphan Boy. Ballad. 
See Haigh (T.) 

The Orphan that's wet with the rain. 
Song. See Poole (C.) 
The Orphan's Prayer. Ballad. 
See Abrams (H.) 

ORPHEE. Orph^e. Cantate. 
See Grandval (N. Ragot de) 
Orphee. Cantatille. See Lemaiee (L.) 

ORPHEE ET EURIDICE. Orphee 
et Euridice. Tragedie Opera. 
See Gluck (C. W. von) 

ORPHEUS. Orpheus. Burletta. 
See Barthele.mon (F. H.) 



ORPHEUS— OSWALD 



225 



ORPHEUS. Orpheus. Singspiel. 
See Bexda (P. W. H.) 

Orpheus. [Song.] See Defesch (W.) 

Orpheus and Euridice. [Song.] 
See BOYCE (W.) 

ORPHEUS AND EURYDICE- 

Orpheus and Eurydice, a Grand Serious 
Opera . . . composed by Gluck, Handel, 
Bach, Sacchini and Weichsel, with 
additional new Music by W. Reeve. 
Preston d Son : London, [1792.] obi. fol. 

E. 91. e. (1.) 

Orfeo. Overture [to the Pasticcio arranged 
by W. Reeve. P. F.]. [London, 1792.] fol. 

g. 271. b. (10.) 

ORPHEUS BRITANNICUS. Orpheus 
Britannicus ; or the Gentleman and Lady's 
^lusical Museum : consisting of One 
Hundred favourite Songs, compiled from 
the. . . Vocal Performances at the Theatres, 
Vaux-Hall, Mary-bone Gardens, Sadlers- 
Wells, or any other polite places of public 
Entertainm'. . .Each Song set to Musick 
& embellished w"' a curious Head-piece 
...design'd...by.. .M' Boitard, and en- 
graved by B. Cole, etc. B. Cole : 
London, 1760. 8". E. 267. 
TJiese plates first appeared in the tnonthly 
issues of tlie New Universal Magazine. 
The composers named in this collection 
are : Vincent, Josh. Jackson, Riley, 
Leveridge, John Hughes and M. 
Greene. 

Orpheus Britannicus. Songs. 
See PuHCELL (H.) 



ORPHEUS CAIiEDONIUS. 

Caledonius. Scotch Songs. 

See Thomson (W.) of Edinburgh. 



Orpheus 



ORPHEUS UND EURIDICE. Or- 
pheus und Euridice. Oper. 
Sec Naumann (J. G.) 

ORRA. Orra. Song. See Pilloti (L.) 
Orra no talk. [Song.] See Islanders. 

ORRA MOOR. Orra Moor. Song. 
See Ross (J.) 

ORSINI (Gaetano) Sei Trio per Due 
Violiui e Violoncello . . . Opera i. [Separate 
Parts.] Presso Antonio 

Zatta c Figli : Vcnezia, [1730 ?1 fol. 

g. 409. a. (9.) 

ORSO (Francesco) II Primo Libro de' 
Madrigali. . .Con Due Madrigali Cromatici 
nel Fine, nuouamente posti in luce da 
Claudio da Correggio. A Cinque Voci. 
Tenore. (Basso.) (Quinto.) 3 pts. 
IGiorgio Angelini :'] Venetia,1567. o6Z. 4°. 

A. 304. 

VOL. II. 



ORTO (Jean de) Misse De orto. Domi- 
nicalis. Jay pris amours cu duobus patre. 
Lome arme. La bella se sied. Petita 
camuseta. S[uperius]. (B[assus].) 2 pts. 
Impressum. . .per Octauiamim Petrn- 
timn, etc. : Venetijs, 1505. obi. i". 

K. 1. d. 5. 

OSBORNE (Richard) Strephon's Re- 
quest. [Song.] The Words by J. A., Esq', 
etc. [London, 1730 ?] s. sh. fol. 

I. 530. (125.) 

OSCAR. Oscar's Tomb. [Song.] 
See Ross (J.) 

OSCAR AND MALVINA. Oscar and 

Malvina. Ballet. See Reeve (W.) 

OSCULATUS (Julius) Liber Primus 
iMotectorum, Quinque, Sex, Septem, Octo, 
Nouem, Decem & Duodecim Vocum. 
.\ltus. (Quintus.) 2 pts. 

Appresso Alessandro Rauerij : 
Venetia, 1619. 4°. D. 72. 

OSIO (Teodato) L' Armouia del Nudo 
Parlare ouero La Slusica Ragione della 
Voce Continua, etc. (L' Armenia del Nudi, 
Parlare con Ragione di Numeri Pitagorico 
etc.) Per Carlo Fcrrandi : 

Milano, (1637.) 8". 1042. d. 2. 

The second title is on a separate 
(engraved) title-page. 

OSSWALD (Heinrich Siegmund) Der 
Christ nach dem Tode, ein Oratorium im 
volstandigen Klavier-Auszuge. i't?/ 11'. G. 
Korn: Bressla!i,118G. obl.'iol. F. 1103. 

OSWALD (James) The Adieu. [Song.] 
Sung at the publick Gardens, etc. 
[London, 1745 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. c. (56.) 
[Another edition.] The Adieu, etc. 
[London, 1750 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 806. d. (16. 

[For editions of this song published 

anonymously :] See Adieu. Adieu the 
Streams, etc. 

-\irs for the Spring. [Harpsichord.] 

Printed for the Author : 

[London. 1747 ?] fol. g. 265. (1.) 

The last tico leaves are slightly mutilated. 

Airs for the Summer. [Harpsichord.] 

Printed for the Author- : 
London, [1748 ?] fol. g. 265. '(2.) 

Alloway House. [Song.] [London, 

1755?] s.sh.iol. G. 316. (111.) 

Amanda. [Song.] The Words by the 
late Mr. Thomson, etc. 
[London, 1755.] 8". 250. e. 2. 

Gentleman'' s Magazine, Vol. XXV.. 
p. 418. 
The Borrow'd Kiss. 
See infra : [Colin's Kisses. No. 3.] 

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Suug by Mr. 

[London, 

G. 312. (109.) 



OSWALD (Jamks) The Caledonian Pocket 
Companion, in Seven Volumes, containing 
all the Favourite Scotch Tunes with 
Variations for the German Flute with 
an Index to the whole. 

Printed for the Author : 
London, [1750-GO ?] 8". " e. 1290. 

Imperfect, toanting Book II. 
[Another edition.] The Caledonian Pocket 
Companion, in Ten Volumes, ete. Vols. 
I _VI. Printed for the Author ; 

London, [1160'^] 8". e. 1290. a. 

[Another edition.] The Caledonian Pocket 
Companion, containing a favourite Collec- 
tion of Scotch Tunes, with Variations for 
the German Flute or Violin ... To which 
is added, a correct Scale for }"= German 
Flute, etc. 2 vols. 

Printed for Straight d: Skillern : 

London, [1770 ?] 8". e. 1290. b. 

Vol. I. of this edition comprises Books 

I.-VL, and Vol. II. Books VII. -XII. 

of the earlier edition. 
Captain Death. [Song.] 
Dennis at Sadler's Wells. 
1757.] s. sh. fol. 
The Charms of lovely Peggy, etc. [song, 
begins : ' Once more I'll tune the vocal 
Shell,' words attributed to D. Garrick or 
Sir C. H. Williams]. [London, 

1745 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 310. (275.) 

[For editions of this song published 

anonymously:] See Once. Once more 
I'll tune the Vocal Shell. 

Colin's Kisses [words by R. Dodsley,] set 

to Musick by JMr. Osswald. 

[London,-] 1742. 8". E. 1747. 

li fol., engraved on one side only. The 
title-page is designed by F. Hayman 
and engraved by C. Mosley. 

[No. 1.] The Tutor. [Song.] 

See Chloe. Chloe, or the IMusical Maga- 
zine, e/c. No. 71. [1760?] fol. G. 433. 

[No. 2.] The Secret Kiss. 

See At. At the silent Evening Hour. 
[Music by J. Oswald.] [1745?] s. sli. fol. 

G. 306. (22.) 

[No. 3.] The Borrow'd Kiss. 

See See. See I languish, etc. [Music by 
J.Oswald.] [1745?] s. */(. fol. 

G. 311. (54.) 

[No. 4.] The Rapture. 

See Whilst. Whilst on thy dear Bosom 

lying, etc. [Music by J. Oswald.] 

[1748 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 313. (120.) 

[No. 5.] The Stolen Kiss. 

Sec On. On a Mossy Bank reclin'd. 
[Music by J. Oswald.] [1743 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (201.) 

[No. 6.] The Kiss Repaid. 

See Chloe. Cloe, by that borrow'd Kiss, 

etc. [Music by J. O.swald.] 

[1743?] s.sh.ioh G. 307. (37.) 



[No. 7. 

ing Kiss, etc. 

[No. 8 

Sec When. 
[Music by J. 



OSWALD (James) Colin's Kisses. [No. 7.] 
The Parting Kiss. [Song, words by R. 
Dodsley. 1 [London, 1745?] s. sli. fol. 

G. 310. (202.) 
Another edition.] The Part- 
[London, 1115 2] ,s. .?/;. fol. 
G. 796. (45.) 
.] The Imaginary Kiss. 

When Fanny I saw, etc. 
Oswald.] [1743?] s.sh.iol. 
G. 313. (118.) 
A Collection of the best old Scotch and 
English songs, set for the Voice with 
Accompaniments and Thorough-Bass for 
the Harpsichord, etc. Printed f>r 

J. Os2vald : London, [1762 ?] fol. 

H. 2815. c. (33.) 

A Collection of 43 Scot's Tunes with 
Variations, particularly adapted for the 
Violin and Harpsicord, etc. 
Bland d Welter : London, [1795 ?] fol. 

g. 265. (3.) 

A Second Collection of Curious Scots 
Tunes for a Violin and German Flute 
with a Through Bass for the Harpsicord. 
Printed for C.and S. Thompson : London. 
[1775?] fol. li. 342. 

Cupid's Refuge. [Song.]. . .Sung by Mr. 
Lowe at Vaux Hall. [London, 

1750?] s.sh.iol. G. 316. c. (30.) 

[Another edition.] Cupid's Refuge, etc. 
[Song.] [/yO»fZo», 1755?] .s. .s7(. fol. 

H. 1994. a. (193.) 

The Dancing-i\Iaster : A Song, etc. 
[London, 1754.] 8°. _ 250._ e. 1. 

Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. XXIV., 
p. 379. 

The Despairing Lover. [Song.] For the 
German Flute. [London, VI ■lb 2] s.sh.lol. 

G. 306. (121.) 
The Dust Cart. 
See infra: [Tlie Old Woman's Oratory.] 

For joy of joys to lighten woe. A 
favourite Song, etc. [London, 1756.] 8". 

250. e. 3. 
Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. XXVI., 
p. 133. 

From the Man whom I love. 
See infra : [The Reprisal,] 

[The Gamester.] When Damon languish' d 
at my Feet. Song in the Gam[e]ster. 
[Words by E. Moore.] [London, 1754?] 
s. sh. fol. G. 313. (45.) 

When Damon languish'd at my feet. 

So7ig in the Gamester. [Written by E. 

Moore.] [London, 1755.] 8". 250. e. 2. 

Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. XXV., p. 83. 

The Gamester's Song, the Words by ]\Ir. 
Garrick. Sung by IMr. Beard, etc. 
London, 1756.] s. sh. 8". P.P. 5438. 
Literary Magazine, Vol. J.,^j.316. 



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OSWALD (.James) How long, Eliza, 
must I languish. A New Song. The 
Words by Mr. Thomson. 
[Loudon, 1745 ?j s. sh. fol. 

G. 308. (100.) 

The Imaginary Kiss. 

See supra : [Colin's Kisses. No. 8.] 

The Invitation. [Song.] The Words by 
the late Mr. Thomson. [London, 

1750 ?J 8. sh. fol. G. 316. (110.) 

The Kiss Repaid. 

See supra : [Colm's Kisses. No. 6.] 

The Lost Shepherd, etc. [Song." 
[London, 1755.1 8" 250. c. 2. 

Gentleman'' s Magazine, Vol. XXY., 
p. 371. 

Love and Friendshij). A Song, etc. 
[London, 1758.] S". P.P. 5438. 

Literary Magazine, Vol. III., 2). ISO. 

Love and Reason. [Song.J The Words 
by 5Ir. Sam' Hart. \ London, 

1745 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 3i4. (57.) 

The Maid that's made for Love and me. 
[Song.] [London, 1760 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. (108.) 
In the London Magazine for Jan., 1717, 
this song is attributed to the Comic de 
St. Germain [Giovannini]. 

Fifty Five Marches for the ^lilitia, etc. 

Printed for the Author: London, 



[1765 ?] fol. 



g. 79. b. (5.) 



The ^Musical Magazine. By ^Mr. Oswald, 
and other Celebrated blasters. Printed 
for J. Coote : London, ^1761-2?] 4". 

E. 1747. a. 
The only covqmser named is Filippo 
Laschi. 

Not this blooming Aprill season. [Song.] 
[London, 1150?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 316. 1 109.) 

[The Old Woman's Oratory.] The Dust 
Cart, a favourite Cantata. Sung in the 
old Womans Oratory at the new Theatre 
in the Hay market, in manner of the 
Moderns. [London. 17 5B?\ fol. 

G. 295. (19.) 

[Another edition.] The Dust Cart, 

etc. [London, 17 5S?] fol. 

H. 1994. a. (139.) 

[Another edition.^ The Dust Cart. 

A favorite Cantata, etc. Straight : 

[London, 1110?] fol. G. 306. (4.) 

The Parting Kiss. 

See supra : [Colin's Kisses. No. 7.] 

The Queen of the May. A Xew Sons;, etc. 
[London, 1757.] 8^ P.P. 5438. 

Literary Magazine, Vol. II., p. 150. 

The Rapture. 

See supra : [Colin's Kisses. No. 4.] 



OSWALD (James) [The Reprisal.] From 
the Man whom I love. A favourite Song 
in the Reprisal. Sung by Miss Macklin, 
etc. [Words by T. Smollett.] [London, 
1757?] s.sh.iol. G. 316. (112.) 

Robin's Complaint. [Song, words by 
Lord Binning.] Sung by ]Mr. Beard, etc. 
[London, 1745 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 307. (162.) 
The Secret Kiss. 
See supra : [Colin' s Kisses. No. 2.] 

The Self-banished ; [song, words] from 
Waller, etc. [London, 1745.] 8°. 

249. e. 15 
Gentleman'' s Magazine, Vol. XV., p. 329- 

Twelve Seranatas for Two Violins, and a 

Violoncello : with a Thorough Bass, for 

the Harpsichord, etc. [Separate Parts.] 

Printed for the Author : London, 

1765?] fol. ■ h. 342. a. 

The Violino Primo and Violoncello c 

Cembalo parts only. 

The Shepherd's Invitation, etc. [Song.] 

Str[aight] d Sk'illern : London, 
1765 ?] s. sh. fol. H; 1994. e. (57.) 

[For editions of this song published 

anonymously :] See Come. Come live 
with me and be my love, etc. 

Shou'd Love sincere devoid of artless Joy. 
A New Song. The Words by a Lady of 
Quality. [London, 1745?] s.sh.iol. 

G. 311. (145.) 
[Another edition. Shou'd Love sincere 
devoid of artless Joy.] Advice how to 
JIarry, etc. [Song, music by J. Oswald.] 
See "Chloe. Chloe, or the Musical 
Magazine, e^c. [No. 83.j [1760?] fol. 

a. 433. 
Six Solos for a German Flute or Violin, 
with a Thorough Bass for the Harpsichord. 
First publish'd with the Title of a Second 
Set of Six Solos by J ohn] RPeid] Esq"' a 
Member of the Temple of Apollo. 

Printed for W'" Randall: London, 
, [1775 ?j obi. fol. e. 1290. e. (5.) 

' Six Pastoral Solos for a Violin and Violon- 

I cello, with a Thorough Bass for the Organ 

or Harpsichord. Printed for the Author : 

[London, 114.5?] oW. fol.' e. 5. 1. (5.) 

j Twelve Songs Compos'd in the Scotch 
Taste for a Person of Distinction, etc. 

Printed for John S'lmpson : 
London, [1742?] fol. " G. 567. 

Ten Favourite Songs sung by Miss 
Formantel at Ranelagh. 

Printed for the Author : London, 
[1758.] fol. " G. 808. h. (31.) 

The Stolen Kiss. 
See supra : [Colin''s Kisses. No. 5.] 

Susan's Complaint. [Song.] Sung by 
Mr. Beard, etc. ^London, 

1745 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 306. (80.) 

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OSWALD (James) Thy fatal shafts un- 
erring move. A favourite Air, sung at 
Vaux-hall . . . The Words bv Dr. Smolet. 
[London, 1755.] 8". " 250. c. 2. 

Oentlenian's Magazine, Vol. XXV., 
p. 322. 
Thy fatal shafts unerring move. A 
Favourite Air sung at VauxhaU, etc. 
[London, 1757.] 8". P.P. 5438. 

Literary Magazine, Vol. II., p. 494. 
The Tutor. 
See supra: [Colin' s Kisses. No. 1.] 

The Wheel Barrow, a favourite Cantata. 
Sung at the publick Gardens. 

Printed for the Author : [Loiulon, 
1755?] fol. G. 306. (220.) 

[Another edition.] The Wheel-Barrow, a 
favorite Cantata, etc. [London, 

1765?] fol. H. 1994. a. (141.) 

[Another copy.] G. 295. (21.) 

When Damon languish'd at my Feet. 
See supra : [The Gamester.] 

When I was a maiden of twenty. A 
Song from Mr. Hughes's Poems ; sung at 
Ranelagh. [London, 1751.] 8". 

249. c. 21. 
Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. XXL,}}. 419. 

Would you obtain the Gentle Fair. A 
Favourite Song, sung by IMr. Atkins, in 
the English Nights Entertainment at 
Saddlers Wells. Printed for the Author : 
[London, 1150?] s. sh. iol. 

G. 316. a. (37.) 
See Love in a Village. A New Edition 
of Love in a Village, a Comic Opera... 
The Music by Abel,. . .Oswald, etc. 
[1795?] fol. H. 108. 

See MacGibbon (W.) and Oswald (J.) A 
Favourite Collection of Scots Tunes. . .Bv 
W. M'^Gibbon, J. Oswald & others. 
[1795.] obi. 4". b. 66. a. 

OTHER. T'other day as I sat. Song. 
See Hudson (R.) 

T'other Day as I walked in the Park. 
TJie Dish of all sorts. [Song.] Sung by 
Mr. Munden, at the Theatre Royal Man- 
chester. [London ? 1785 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1994. b. (61.) 
T'other Day as I went to the Fair. What 
■would you be at } A New Song. [London, 
1764.] & . P.P. 5438. z. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. XXXV., j). 
322. 
The t'other day as Sandman Joe. Sand- 
man Joe. [Song.] Sh[illern : London, 
1780?] s.sh.iol. G. 312. (134.) 

T'other Day at a Coffee House snug in a 
Box. Tlie Grumblers. [Song.] The 
Words by Mr. Oakman. C[harles 

and] S[amuel] T[hompson : London, 
1765 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1994. b. (62.) 



OTHER. The other Day to grief betray'd. 
[Song.] Sung by Miss Stevenson at Vaux- 
Hall. [London, 1758.] s. /^h. 8°. 

P.P. 5439. ab. 
Neiv Universal Magazine, August, 1758. 

T'other day 'twas in a mead. Rondo. 
See Blewitt (J.) 

The other day young Strephon met. A 

New Song. [By P. Magnant.J [London, 

1755.] 8°. P.P. 5438. ?,. 

Universal Magazine, Vol. XVII., p. 181. 

The other day young Strephon met. A 
New Song. [By P. IMagnant.] [London, 
1757.] 8". 158. 1. 2. 

London Magazine, 1757,2'- ^51. 

The other Day young Strephon met. 
Song. See Magnant (P.) 

OTHERS. Others fame or wealth 
pursuing. Retirement. [Song.l [London, 
1750?] s. s7i. fol. G. 316. e. (110.) 

Others fame or wealth pursuing. Retire- 
ment, a New Song. [London,] 1760. S". 

P.P. 5441. 
Royal Magazine, Vol. III., 2^. 153. 

OTHMAYR (Caspar) In Epitaphiis 

Gasparis Othmari. Bassus. ''Niirnberg? 

1555 ?] obi. 4". ^ A. 1390. 

TJie composers of this collection arc : 

C. Othmayr, JV. Puis, C. Pmtorius, 

A. Schwartz, J. Bucherus and Doctor 

Forsterus. 

OTT (Johann) Hundert vnd fiinfltzehen 
guter newer Liedlein, mit vier, fiinfi, sechs 
stimme, vor uie im truck aussgangen, 
Deutsch, Frantzosisch, Welsch vnd 
Lateinisch, lustig zu singeu, vnd aufi 
die Instrument dienstlich, von den 
berhiimbtesten diser Kunst gemacht. 
Tenor. (Discant.) (Altus.) [Bassus.] 
[Edited with a Preface by Johann Ott.] 
4 pts. Impressum impensis. . . 

lohannis Ottlwnis : Normberg^, 1564. 
[1544.] obi. 4'. K. 2. a. 7. 

Tlie Bassus part has been supplied in 
MS. The title-page only occurs in 
tlie Tenor part, the date and place of 
imprint at the end of the Discant of the 
sojigs forfi ve voices. The date is a mis- 
print for 1544. The following names 
of composers occur : W. Breyttcngasser, 
A. de Bruck, Bruyer, T. Crequillon, 
S. Dietrich, M. Eckel, N. Gombert, L. 
Hellinck, H.Isaac, S. Malm, J. Midler, 
R. N[aich], Paminger, O. Reytter, 
J. Richafort, L. Senffiius,A. de Silva, 
T. Stoltzer, P. Verdclot and J. 
Wannenmacher. 

See Motets. — 10. Nouum et Insigne 
Opus Musicum, etc. [With dedications 
signed : Joannes Otto.] 
1537 (1538). obi. 4". K. 3. d. 1. 



OTTO— OUR 



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OTTO (Georg) Opus iNIusicum Novum, 
coutinens Textus Evangelicos, Dierum 
Festorum, Dominicarum et Feriarum, per 
totum Annum. . .Octo, Sex & Quinque 
vocibus compositum . . . Liber Primus 
3Iotetarum Octo Vocum, etc. (Liber Se- 
cundus Coutinens Motetas Dierum Domi- 
nicalium,. . .sex vocibus compositas, etc.) 
(Liber Tertius. Coutinens Motetas Die- 
rum Feriarum Quinque Vocum, etc.) 
Discantus. (Altus.) (Tenor.) (Bassus.) 
(Quinta (Sexta) (Sept.) (Octava) Vox.) 
8 Lib. 19 pts. Ex officina typoqraphica 
Mauritiana, opera Wilhelmi Wessclii : 
Casscllis, 1604. A". B. 120. 

See Geuck (V.) Novum et Insigne Opus, 
etc. [Edited by G. Otto.] 1603-4. 4 ■. 

B. 86. 

OTTO (JoANSEs) See Ott. 

OTTO (Stephan) Kronen Kronlein oder 
I^Iusicalischer Vorliiuffer, AufE geistliche 
Concert-Madrigal-Dialog-^Ielod-Sympbon- 
Motetische Manier, etc. Mit 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 
und 8. Stimmen, sampt einem General 
Bass, etc. Andere (Dritte) (Vierdte) 
(Flint? te) (Sechste oder letzte) Stimme. 
5 pts. Gedntckt. . .(lurch Georg Be iitlicni : 
Frei/bergk in Meissen, 1648. 4". C. 327. 

OTTONE. The Favourite Aires, in the 
Opera of Otho, King of Germany. [Words 
by N. Haym, music by G. F. Handel.] 

Printed for R. Mears : London, 
[1723.] fol. G. 195. (3.) 

Otho [opera, by G. F. Handel] for a Flute. 
Containing the Overture, Songs and 
Symphonys curiously Transpos'd and 
fitted to the Flute in a Compleat maiier, 
etc. Printed for I. Walsh and In" & 

loseph Hare : London, [1725 ?] oU. 4». 

a. 206. a. (4.) 
Otho. Opera. Sec Haendel (G. F.) 

OU. On courent les peuples 6pars. Roland 
a Roiicevaux. Air, avec Accomp' de 
Guittare. Che-: Imbaidt : 

[Paris, 1790 ?] 8". B. 362. a. (4.) 

Ou fuir, oil me cacher. Air. 

See Bertox (H. il.) "Les Rigueurs du 

Cloitre.] 

Oil les Dieux Tout ils fait naitre. Musette, 
etc. [Paris,] 1760. s. sh. 8". 297. d. 25. 
Mercure de France, Sept., 1760. 

Ou peut on etre mieux. Quatuor. 
See LuciLE. 

OUBLIEZ. Oubliez jusqu'ii la trace d'un 
malheur. Vaudeville. See Deserteur. 

OUDOT (Claude) Stances Chrestiennes. 
De M. LT'Abbe] T[estu] mises en musique 
a deux, trois, & quatre Parties, avec des 
Symphonies. CJiez C. Ballard: 

Paris, 1692. 4'. D. 347. 

[Another copy.] D. 347. a. 



OUDOUX ( ) Methode Nouvelle pour 
apprendre facilement le Plain-Chant, avec 
Quelques Exemples d'Hymues & de 
Proses. . .Seconde Edition, revue, corrigee 
& augmentee. Che! A. M. Lottin Valnf : 
Paris, 1776. 8\ 7898. a. 12. 

OUI. Oui j'adopte ton sentiment. R(f- 
ponse du Mari a sa Femme. [Song. J Air 
de la Rosiere [de Salency, by A. E. M. 
Gretry", Avec Accomp' de Guitare. 
Chez M. Camand : Paris, [1780 ?1 8". 

B. 362. 168*. 



44* 



[Another copy.] B. 362. g. 

Oui, j'aime a boire moi. La Meuagerc. 
[Song.] Air : d'une Allemande. [Paris, 
1780?] 8". B. 362. b. (129.) 

Oui, j'aime la variete. Le Pluisir de la 
VarKti. Chanson. Graxi par La- 

hassie. Imprimi par Toumclle : [Paris,] 
1757. s. sh. 8°. 297. d. 7. 

Mercure de France, June, 1757. 
Oui, je t'aime, ma Themire. Rondeau. 
[Paris,] 1764. s. sh. 8". 298. d. 18. 

Mercure de France, .Tune, 1764. 
Oui, ;Messieux, tout Tmonde en France. 
[Song.] See Nicodeme daxs la Luke. 
Oui, mettous nous a I'ouvrage. Air. 
See PoMMiERS et le Moulin. 
Oui uoir mais pas si diable. A Favorite 
French Song. [From Gretry's ' L'Amitie 
a I'Epreuve.' i Longman and Broderip : 
London, [1190'!] fol. H. 1250. (39.) 
Oui uoir mais pas si Diable. Couplets. 
See Gretry (A. E. M.) [UAmitie a 
V^preuve.] 

Oui nous perdons I'courage. Duo. 
See Nicodeme daxs la Lune. 
Oui tout le bieu que j'ai perdu. Air. 
See Confederation du Parnasse. 
Oui tu fait mon bonheur, Zelmire. 
L'Amant Fortunee. Air : Resiste moi 
belle Aspasie [words par M. R. n. y. 
Chez Camand: [Pa ri.s, 1780?] 8''. 

B. 362. b. (153.) 

[Another copy.] B. 362. e. (117.) 

OUR. Our Bottle and Friend. [Song.j 
See Cooke (M.) 

Our Chorus to Bacchus. Water. [Song.] 
The Words by G. A. Stevens. 
P. Hlodgson : London, 1780?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (264.) 
Our King and our Guardian is come. A71 
Ode on Jiis Majesty's happy Return from 
Hanover. [Song.] The Words by j\Ir. 
A. Bradley. [London, 1745.] s. sh. fol. 

G. 310. (218.) 
Our Light, our Saviour. Hymn. 
Ste Smith (J. C.) 

Our Ordnance Board. [Song.] The Words 
by Mr. Estcourt. [London, 

1712?] s. s7i. fol. H. 1601. (352.) 



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OUR— OVERTURES 



OUR. OuL- Reck'ning we've paid. Honour. 
[Song.J P. U[odgson : London, 

1780?] s. 6/j. fol. G. 310. (266.) 

Our Shepherd alone. A Hymn. 
[Lomlon, 1775.] 8°. P.P. 716. b. 

Gospel Magazine, Nournibcr, 1775. 
Our Ship's safe moored in Port. [Song.] 
See DiBDiN (C.) 
Our Topsails atrip. Song. 
(See Wainwbight (R.) 

OUT. Out of the deep of sad distress. 
Psalm c.r.r.v. Paraphrased, etc. 
[London, 1761.] 8°. P.P. 324. n. 

Chi-istian's Magazine, Nov., 1761,^). 585 

OUTALIAN, pseud. If it does not rain 
to Morrow. A New Sojig, set after the 
Manner of our Foreign Composers of 
]\Iusick to English Words, Wherein is 
expos'd their agreeable way in dividing of 
Sentences & destroying good Sence, by 
way of Sacrifice. By an Outalian. 
[London, 1715 ?] fol. H. 1601. (245.) 

OUTRAGEOUS. Outrageous Storms 
now dreadful rose. Recit. and Chorus. 
See Haydn (P. J.) [The Creation.] 

OUTS. The Outs and Ins. ^Song.] 

Sec Whilst. Whilst Maj. and Min., etc. 
[1780?] s.sh.iol. G. 313. (216.) 

OUVREZ. Ouvr6s bien les Oreilles. 
Lcs Passctcms de Paris. [Song.] Air : 
de Malbrouk. [Paris, 1760 ?] 8". 

B. 362. (216.) 

OVER. Over the Mountain and over the 
Moor. The Beggar Girl, a Fasionable 
Ballad for the Piano Forte or Harp, and 
for two Voices. [By H. Piercy.] 
H.Thompson: London, [1799 7] fol. 

G. 356. (61.) 

OVERBECK (Christian Adolf) Lieder 
und Gesange, mit Klaviermelodieen, als 
Versuche eines Liebhabers. Bey C. E. 
Bohm: Hamburg, YISl. obl.M. D. 726. 

OVERBEKE (Aernout van) De 
Geestige Werken van A. van Overbeke. . . 
Bestaende in Liederen en Gedichten, etc. 
By Jan Claesz. ten Hoorn : Amsterdam, 
1678. 8° 11557. aaa. 15. 

Only * Den Amoiireuscn. Sodiacq' has 
music. 

OVERBURY ( ) Cloe's Admirer. 
[Song.] See Whilst. Whilst I gaiz'd on 
Cloe trembling, etc. [Jilusic by Overbury.] 
[1720 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1601. (482.) 

OVEREND (:Marmaduke) A Brief 
Account of, and an Introduction to, 
Eight Lectures in the Science of Music, 
etc. Printed for the Atitlior : London, 

1781. 4". 558*. c. 35. (1.) 

The Epithalamium made on the ]\Iarriage 
of . . . King George III. and Queen 
Charlotte. [Song and Chorus.] 
[London, 1761.] fol. G. 377. (42.) 



OVEREND (Mabmaduke) A Hunting 
Cantata, etc. S. A. and P. Thcnnpson : 

London, [1780 ?] fol. G. 806. v. (4.) 

The composer's name is given in his 
autograph signature. 

Lesson for the Harpsichord or Piano 
Forte. No. 1. Messrs. Thompson'' s : 

London, [1780 ?] fol. g. 443. d. (28.) 

A Social Ode for the New Year, etc. [For 
four voices, with harpsichord accompani- 
ment.] S. A. and P. Thompson : London, 
[1780?] fol. G. 806. V. (5.) 

OVERTURES. A Collection of Several 
Excellent Overtures Symphouys and Aires 
for a Flute and a Bass. Compos'd by the 
most Eminent Masters, to which is added 
that Incomperable Sonata for a Flute, a 
Violin and a Bass . . . (Compos'd by Mr. 
Gasperine). The whole fairly engraven. 
(Fluto Basso.) Printed for I. Walsh ci; 

I. Hare : London, [1710?] " fol. 

h. 17. (5.) 

Six Overtures for Violins in all their 
Parts as they were perform'd at the King's 
Theatre in the Operas of Astartus [by 
G. B. BononciniJ, Croesus [a Pasticcio], 
Camilla [by M. A. Bononcini], Hydaspes 
[by F. Mancini], Thomyris [a Pasticcio], 
Rinaldo [by G. P. Handel] . [Separate 
Parts.] I. Walsh d In" it losepli Hare : 
London, [IT20?] fol. h. 3211. (1.) 

Six Overtures for Violins in all their Parts 
as they were perform'd at the Kings 
Theatre in the Operas of Floridant, Flavins, 
Otho, Radamistus, IMuzio Sctevola, Acis & 
Galatea. [By G. F. Handel.] The 2'' 
Collection. rSeparate Parts.] 

I. Walsh, i(- In" <f- luscph Hare : London, 
[1725?] fol. h. 3211. (2.) 

Several of the parts in tJiis collection are 
in MS. 

Six Overtures for Violins in all their 
Parts as they were perform'd at the 
Kings Theatre in the Operas of Theseus, 
Amadis, Pastor Fido, Admetus, The 
Water Musick, Julius Ctesar. [By G. F. 
Handel.] The 3'' Collection. [Separate 
Parts.] Printed fori. Walsh and loseph 
Hare: [London, 1728?] fol. 

h. 3211. (3.) 
Several of the parts in this collection are 
in MS. 

Six Overtures for Violins in all their 
Parts as they were Perform'd at the 
Kings Theatre in the Operas of Admetus, 
Alexander, Scipio, Rodelinda, Tamerlane, 
Aggrippiua. [By G. F. Handel.] The 4'" 
Collection. [Separate Parts.] I. Walsh 
and loseph Hare : London, [1128?] fol. 

h. 3211. (4.) 
Several of the parts in this collection are 
in MS. 



OVERTURES— p. 



231 



OVERTURES. Six Overtures in 8 Parts 

for Violins, Hoboys, French Horns, with 

a Bass for the Harpsicord and Violoncello. 

Compos'd by Sig. Bach, Jomelli, Galuppi, 

Perez. Sixth Collection. [Separate Parts.] 

Printed for I. Walsh : London, 

[1765 ?] fol. g. 212. a. 

This collection also contains a)i overture 

by L. Y. Ciampi. 

Six Favourite Overtures in Six Parts, for 
Two Violins, Two French-Horns, a Tenor 
and Bass. Composed by . . . Galuppi, 
St. Martini & Jomelli. [Separate Parts.] 
Printed for A. Hummel : London, 
[1770?] fol. g. 474. a. (8.) 

Three Celebrated English Overtures ; 
adapted for the Piano Forte. ([No. 1.] 
Royal Shepherd. [By G. Rush. No. 2.] 
A Peep behind the Curtain. Barthelemon. 
[No. 3.] Widow of Delphi. [By T. H. 
Butler.]) [1798.] 
Sec Periodical Publications — London. 



The Piano-Forte Magazine. Vol. V. 
No. 3. [1797-1802.J 8". D. 854. 

See also : Opera Overtures. 

OXFORD. The Oxford Bowlers. [Song. 
See Vanbrughe (G.) 

The Oxford Ramble. Song. Sec I. I've 
heard much talk of Oxford town, etc. 
[1780?] s.sh.iol. G. 309. (111.) 

OXFORDSHIRE. Oxfordshire Betty. 

[Ballad.] See Poor. Poor Tom the Tavlor 

don't lament. [1690?] s.sh.iol. 

Case 39. k. 6. (18.) 

The Oxfordshire Harmony. Hymns, etc. 

See Sreeve (J.) 

Oxfordshire Nancy. [Song.] 

Sec Shield (W.) A Collection of Songs, 

etc. 
OYSTER NAN. Oyster Nan's Comicall 

Song. ,S-e As. As Oyster Nan stood by 

her Tub, etc. [1705 ?] s. sh. fol. 

H. 1601. (46.) 



P * * *. Absent d'Iris que je verse de lannes. 
Absence. fSong.] Par M. P * * *. 
[Paris, 1 1771. s. sh. 8°. 298. e. 3. 

Mercurc de France, March, 1771. 

P., M', of Dijon. Dans ce grand jour. 

Etrennes a Madame Z). ... [words] par 

M. J. la Coste, etc. [Paris,'] 

1748. s. sh. 4". 297. c. 15. 

Mercure de France, Feb., 1748. 

P *****, D. L. Ami, tel est notre destin. 
Chanson Morale. Air & Paroles de 
^I. D. L. P. Grave par M>- Char- 

pentit'. Imprimd par Toiirnelle : \ Paris.'] 
1761. s. sh. 8". 297." d. 29. 

Mercure de France, June, 1761. 

La Coquette. Rondeau. (Paroles & 
Musique de M. D. L. P.) [Paris,] 

17G2. s. sh. 8". 298. d. 4. 

Mercure de France, July, 1762. 

De la vive et jeune Aurore. Chanson. 
Paroles & Musique de M. D. L. P. 
Gravii par M'' Charpenti^. Imprime par 
Toiirnelle : [Paris,] 1763. s. sh. 8'. 

298. d. 10. 
Mercure de France, June, 1763. 

L'Ecole des Femmes, chanson morale, 
imitee de I'Anglois de M. Garrick, etc. 
(Paroles & Musique de M. D. L. P.) 
[Paris,] 1765. s. sh. 8". 298. d. 25. 

Mercure de France, April, 1765. 



P *****, D. L. L^onore d'Urgel. Romance 
historique. (Paroles & ]\Iusique de M. 
D. L. P.) [Paris.] 1767. s. sh. 8'. 

297. e. 5. 
Mercure de France, Jan., 1767. 
Quandon salt charmer. Musette Nouvelle. 
Rondeau. Paroles & Musique de M. D. L. 
P * * * *. Gravfie par M' Char- 

penti&. Imprimie par Tournelle : 'Paris,] 
1762. s. sh. 8->. 298. d. 2. 

Mercure de France, April, 1762. 

P., D. R. A. A. Le Sage du Temps, etc. 
rSong.] Par M' D. R. A. A. P. [Paris,] 
i784. s. sh. 4". 297. b. 3. 

Mercure de France, May, 1734. 

P., H. Deliciae Musicse : being, A Collection 
of the newest and best Songs sung at Court 
and at the Publick Theatres. . .with a 
Thorow-Bass, for the Theorbo-Lute, Bass- 
Viol, Harpsichord, or Organ. Composed by 
several of the Best Masters. The First 
Volume Compleat. (Deliciee Musicse... 
The First(-Fourth) Book.) [With an 
Advertisement to the Reader signed 
H[enry] P[layford].] 4 pts. 

J. Heptinstall, for Henry Playford : 
London, 1696. (1695'.) fol. G-. 85. 

Each book has a separate title-page and 
pagination. Books I. and II. are dated 
1695. The composers named are : 
H. Purcell, R. Courtiville, Dr. Blow, 
J. Gilbert, H. Hall, J. Ecclcs and 
J. Freeman. 



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P.— PACHELBEL 



P., H. Wit and Mirth : or, Pills to Purge 
Melancholy ; being a Collection of the best 
Merry Ballads and Songs, Old and New. 
Fitted to all Humours, having each there 
[sic] proper Tune for either Voice or Instru- 
ment, many of the Songs being new Set, 
etc. [With a Dedication signed H[enryJ 
P[layford].] (Wit and Mirth . . . With 
several New Songs by Mr.TD'Urfey. . .The 
Second Part.) 2 pts. William Pearson, 
for Henry Play ford, 1699 (1700). 12°. 

1078. e. 32. 
Tlie composers navied are : Church, J. 
Clark, Akcroyd (Akeroyde), Tollot, 
Barincloth, S. Teno, B. King, Signor 
Baptist, Leveridge, J. Hart and Capt. 
{Colonel) Pack. 

Wit and Mirth : or Pills to Purge Melan- 
choly... The Third Edition. Vol. I., etc. 
(Wit and ]\Iirth : . . . The Second Edition 
carefully Corrected. Vol. II.) (Wit and 
Mirth : . . . The Second Edition with large 
Additions . . . Vol. III.) (Wit and Mirth : . . . 
The Second Edition with Additions. Being 
carefully Corrected by Mr. .J. Lenton.) 
4 vols. MS. NOTES [by William Chappell]. 
W. Pearson : London, 1707 (1709). 12". 

1346. a. 28-31. 

Only Vol. IV. is dated 1709. .The 
prefaces to Vols. III. and IV. are 
signed ' Dr. Mcrryman.' The com- 
posers' names added to this edition 
are : T. Wroth, J. Barritt, B. Loe, 
J. Eccles, H. Purcell, D. Purcell, 
T. Farmer, Fishburne, P. Humphreys, 
W. Turner, T. Kingsley, Damascne, 
Staggins, R. Croone, L. Bamondon, 

A. Young, J. Weldo^i, B. Harris, J. 
Toionshcnd, H. Eccles, W. Morley, 
J. Isum, W. Croft, J. Wilford, Motley, 

B. Cary, E. Keen, G. Kingsley, J. 
Cotterell, Berencloto (Barincloc), Dr. 
Prettle, B. Brown, Morgan, Dr. Bloio, 
W. Bichardson, J. Graves, W. Green, 
T. Willis, Eagles, W. Williams, B. Cox, 
P. Hart and T. Clark. 

m 

Wit and jMirth or. Pills to Purge Melan- 
choly . . . The 4"' Edition. Vol. I., etc. 
(Wit and Mirth... The Third Edition... 
Vol. II. (III.).) (Wit and Mirth... The 
Second Edition. . .Vol. IV.) (Wit and 
Mirth...Vol. v., Ci^c.) 5 vols. 
William Pearson : London, 1714 (1712.) 
(1709.) 12°. 238. g. 40-44. 

Vols. I. and V, are dated 1714, II. and 
III. 1712, IV. 1709. The preface 
to Vol. V. is signed ' Dr. Merryman.' 
The composers' names added in 
Vol. V. are: H. Hall, Frank, Forcer, 
J. Abell and Corbett. TJie Arms 
of George II. (as Prince of Wales) 
and Caroline of Anspach are on the 
bindings. 



P., H. Wit and Mirth : or Pills to Purge 

Melancholy, c/c. [Fourth Edition.] Gvols. 

W. Pearson, for J. Tonson : London, 

1719-20. 12\ Gren. 18343-8. 

Only Vol. VI. is dated 1720. Tlte 
dedications arc signed by D' Urfey. 
The folloicing composers' names are 
added in this edition : Corelli, B. 
Lully, Opdar, J. Lentcm, Peasible, 
Courfivil and Finger. The general 
title-page to the first five volumes is 
tvanting. 

[Another copy.] 1078. c. 8, 9 

Imperfect ; Vol. III. wants pp. 291, 292, 
309 and 310; Vol. IV. ivants pp. 177, 
178, 271, 272, 287, 288 and 307-310. 

P., J. Matrimonial Deafness. [Song.] 
[London, 1765 ?] s. sh. fol. 

G. 316. a. (38.) 
P., P. Why Cielia with that coy behaviour. 
A neio Song set to Musick, by Mr. 
P[eter] P[relleur]. [London, 1748.] 8'\ 

P.P. 5438. z. 
Universal Magazine, Vol. II., p. 283. 

PACE. Pace caro mio sposo. Duet. 
See Maetix y Solar (V.) [Una Cosa 
Bara.] 

PACE (PiETRo) Madrigali a Quattro et a 
Cinque Voci. Parte con Sinfonia se place, 
e parte senza, etc. Opera Decima Quinta. 
Alto. Appresso Giacomo Vincenti : 

Venetia, 1617. 4". D. 73. 

PACELLI (AspRiLio) Asprilii Pacelli. . . 
Motectorum et Psalmorum qui Octoni.^ 
Vocibus concinuntur Liber Primus. Tenor 
Primi Chori. (Cantus Secundi Chori.) 
2 pts. Apud Nicolaum Mutiuin : 

Bomae, 1597. 4". D. 19. 

PACH (S.) Caroline. A Pastoral Elergy . . . 
written by R. C. Dallas... Set to music 
consisting of an Overture, Airs, Duets and 
Choruses. . .Opera vi. [Full Score.] 

Longman and Broderip, for tJic Authoi- : 
London, [1795?] fol. G. 350. (2.) 

Three [English] Songs for the Harpsichord 
or Piano Forte with Accompaniments. 
Op. 5. [Full Score.] 

Longman and Broderip), for the Author : 
London, [1793 ?] fol. G. 357. (9.) 

Three Italian Songs for the Harpsichord 
or Piano Forte with Accompaniments... 
Opera 5. 

Longman and Broderip, for the Author : 
London, [1793?] fol. G. 198. (7.) 

PACHELBEL (Johann) Hexachordum 
ApoUinis Sex Arias exhibens Orgauo 
pnevmatico, vel clavato cymbalo, modu- 
landas, quarum singulis sure sunt subjectse 
Variationes, Philonausorum in gratiam 
adornatum, etc. Norimberg . 

1699. obi. fol. K. 4. b. 8. 

The title-page is engraved. 



PACHELBEL— PAGIN 



233 



PACHELBEL (Wilhelm Hieeonymus) 

Prteludium und Fuga [in C], componirt 
und edirt von W. H. Pachelbel, etc. 



[Xilrnbcirj ? 1725 ?J fol. 
Engraved throughout. 

PACK ( ) Captain. 

TDialogue.] 1683. 4". 
Spc Duke of Guise. 



h. 6. 



Tell nae Thirsis. 



643. g. 83. 

Missa Quatuor 
quis 



Delicta 



PACOTAT (Nicolas) 
Vocibus cui Titulus 
intelligit, etc. Typia Joannis Baplistiv 

CJiristopliori Ballard : Lutdise Parisiornm, 
1729. fol. K. 10. b. 1. (1.) 

PAD. The Pad. Song. 
See Sanderson (.J.) 

PADDY BULL. Paddy BuU's Expedi- 
tion. Song. 
See Reeve (W.) [A Picture of Paris.] 

PADDY O'BLARNEY. Paddy 

O'Blarnev. [Song.] 

See DiBDix (C.) [Will of the Wisp).] 

PADDY O'BRIAN. Paddy O'Brian. 
Sonc. Sec Whex. When I was first 
kittened, etc. [1797 ?] fol. G. 367. (31.) 

PADDY WHACK. Paddy Whack. 
[Song.] Sec 0. .Jenny a-gra I've a 
story to tell you. [1775 ?] s. sit. fol. 

G. 310. (271.) 

PADLOCK. In vain you bid your 
Captive live. [Song,] Sung by Mr. 
Vernon, in the Padlock. [By C. Dibdin.] 
[London, 177-3.] s. sh. 4". 159. n. 5. 

London Magazine, Dec, 1773. 
Sweet Passion of Love. [Song.] Sung 
by Mrs. Arne in the Padlock. [By G. 
Dibdin.] R. Falkcncr : Loiidon, 

[1770 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1994. a. (93.) 

Was I a Shepherd's Maid. A favorite 
Song in the Padlock. [By C. Dibdin.] 
A. Bland & Wcllcr : Landun, [1795?] fol. 

G. 800. m. (44.) 

The Padlock. Comic Opera. 
See Dibdin (C.) 

PADOVANO (Annibale) 
.S't'c' Annibale, Padovano. 

PADRON. II Padron coUa Padrona. 
[Glee.] Sec Biggs (E. S.) 

PADUANIUS (Joannes) loannis 
Paduanii Veronensis Institutiones ad 
diuersas ex plurinm uocum harmonia 
cantilenas, siue modulationes ex uarijs 
instrumentis fingendas, formulas pene 
omnes ac regtilas . . . complectentes. 
Apud Sehastianum, & loannem fratres a 
Donnxfi : Veronac, 1578. 4". K. 3. k. 1. 

PAER (Feedinando) Camilla, eine Oper 
in 3 Akten...mit Deutsch- und Italien- 
schem Texte, in Klavierauszug iibertragen 
von 0. Cannabich. Bey N. Simrock : 

Boun, [1800?] obl.iol. E. 170. 



PAER (Feedinando) [Camilla.] Seht 
man sagt mir. Aiie etc. "Vienna ? 

1800?] obi. fol. E. 1766. c. (6.) 

Per vivere contento. [Song.J Sung by 
Sig' Viganoni. . .in the Opera [by M. A. 
Portogallo] of I due Gobbi, etc. 

Printed for Longman (f Brodcrip : 
Lmdon, [1796.] fol. '^ G. 805. g. (34.) 
Seht man sagt mir. Sec supra: [Camilla.] 
Sofonisbe. Opera en ii Actes arrange pour 
le Piano-forte par C. F. Ebers, etc. 
Chez N. Simrock : Bonn, [1800?] ohl. fol. 

F. 88. a. (1.) 

PAESIELLO (Giovanni) Sec Paisiello. 

PAGANELLI (Giuseppe Antonio) Six 
Senates a Solo pour la Flute Traversiere 
et Basse . . . CEuvre xvI^ Grave par 
M="« Vandome. Chez Monsieur Astraucly : 
Paris, [1745 ?] fol. h. 2110. 

[Songs in L'Ingratitudiue Punita. A 

Lampugnani, 
See Delizie. 
Vol. 5. 

G. 159. 

& Psalms 



Pasticcio, by Hasse, 
Paganelli, etc. Full Score.] 
Le Delizie dell' Opere, etc. 
[1776.] fol. 
PAGE (.John) The Anthems 



as Performed at St. Paul's Cathedral on 
the day of the Anniversary Meeting of the 
Charity Children educated in... London, 
& Westminster . . . Arranged for the 
Organ, Harpsichord, or Piano Forte. . .by 
... J. Page, etc. Published for the 
Benefit of the Charity Schools: London, 
[1795?] "fol. G. 807. a. (10.) 

Harmonia Sacra, a Collection of Anthems 
in Score, selected . . . from the most Eminent 
Masters of the Sixteenth, Seventeenth, 
and Eighteenth Centuries. . .by J. Page, 
etc. 3 vols. L. P. Printed for the 

Editor : London, (1800.) fol. I. 252. 
The composers named arc: Croft, Weldon, 
Boyce, Purcell, Kent, Greene, Clark, 
Dupuis, Arnold, BattishiU, Aldrich, 
Stroud, Goldwin, Mason, Reynolds, 
King, Attivood, Farrant, Tucker, 
Richardson, Handel, S. Wesley, C. 
Wesley, Marcello, Hitie, Nares, Blake, 
Baildon, Travers, Wood, Blow, Holmes, 
T. Linlcy, Henley, Busby, Banks, 
Tye, Rogers, Marsh and Marenzio. 
[Another edition.] Harmonia Sacra, etc. 
3 vols. Printed for the Editor : 

London, 1800. fol. H. 1177. 

See the Morning-Star appear. A Christ- 
mas Hymn . . . The Words by :Mr. Harrison. 
Printed for Harrison rf- Co. : 
London, [1785 ?] fol. G. 502. (6.) 

See Henley (P.) and Sharp (T.) Divine 
Harmony. . .Published. . .by J. Page, etc. 
1798. S-\ E. 481. 

PAGIN (Andre Noel) [Six Sonates a 
Violon seul et Basse. CEuvre 1.1 \^Venve 
Boivin : Paris, 1748.] fol. h. 1708. 

Wantijig the title-page. 



234 



PAGIN— PAISIBLE 



PAGIN (Andre Noel) Six Solos or 
Sonatas for a Violin with a Thorough 
Bass for the Harpsicorcl by Six different 
Authors of the best Composers in Italy, 
viz' : Sig' Pagin, Locatelli, Sewalt 
Treimer, Ceci, Mossi, Fritz. 
Eliz'-'' Hare : London, [1750?] fol. 

g. 422. g. (3.) 
[Another copy.] g. 504. (2.) 

Wonting the title-page. 

PAISIBLE (James) Six Setts of Aires for 
two Flutes & a Bass. Consisting of 
Preludes, Allmands, Corants, Sarabands, 
Marches, ^Minuets, Gavotts and Jiggs. etc. 
[Separate Parts.] Printed for I. Wahh £ 
I. Hare : London, [1715 ?] fol. h. 23. 

The Britannia. Mr. Isaac's New Dance, 
made for Her Majesty's Birth Day... 
Engraven in Characters & Figures for y" 
use of Masters. Printed for I. Walsh £ 
I. Hare: [London, YiOQ.'] fol. 

h. 993. (9.) 
The Favourite. ^Ir. Isaac's New Dance 
made for Her Majesty's Birth Day. . . 
Engraven in Characters & Figures for y" 
use of ]\Iasters. (The Favorite. A 
Chaconne danc'd by her ^Majesty.) 

Printed for I. Walsh & I. Hare : 
[London, 1104:?] 'fol. h. 993. (11.) 

The Friendship. ]Mr. Isaac's New Dance 
for the Year 1715. . .Engraven in Char- 
acters & Figures for y" use of IMasters. 
Writ by Mr. Pemberton. Printed for 

I. Walsh and I. Hare-: [London, 11 lb.] fob 

h. 993. (1.) 
The Gloucester. Mr. Isaac's New Dance, 
made for Her Jlajesty's Birth Day... 
Engraven in Characters & Figures for y" 
i;se of ^Masters. Printed for I. Walsh £ 
I. Hare : [London, 1711 ?] fol. 

h. 993. (16.) 
The Godolphin. ]Mr. Isaac's New Dance, 
made for Her Majesty's Birth Day, 1714 
.... Engraven in Characters & Figures 
for y" use of IMasters. Writ by Mr. 
Pemberton. Printed for I. Walsh a)id 

1. Hare : [London, 1714.] fol. 

h. 993. (2.) 
The Northumberland. ]\Ir. Isaac's New 
Dance, made for Her Majesty's Birth 
Day. . .Engraven in Characters & Figures 
for y use of Masters. Printed for 

I. Walsh d I. Hare : [London, 1713 ?] fol. 

h. 993. (19.) 
The Pastorall. IMr. Isaac's New Dance, 
made for Her Majesty's Birth Day, 1713 
. . .Engraven in Characters & Figures for 
y" use of Masters. Writ by ^Ir. Pemberton. 
Printed for I. Walsh and I. Hare : 
[London, 1713.] fob h. 993. (3.) 

The Princess. Mr. Isaac's New Dance, 
made for Her Majesty's Birth Day... 



Engraven in Characters & Figures for y" 
use of Masters. Printed for I. WaUh A 
I. Hare: [Loj(fZo», 1710 ?] 'fol. 

h. 993. (15.) 
The Richmond. Mr. Isaac's New Dance, 
made for Her Majesty's Birth Da.y... 
Engraven in Characters & Figures for 
y" use of Masters. Printed for I. Walsh £ 
I. Hare : [London, 1707 ?] 'fol. 

h. 993. (12.) 
The Rigadoon. Mr. Isaac's New Dance 
made for Her Majesty's Birth Day... 
Engraven in Characters & Figtires for y 
use of IMasters. Printed for I. Walsh £' 
I. Hare : [London, 1708 '?] fol. 

h. 993. (13 ) 
The Rondeau. Mr. Isaac's New Dance, 
made for Her Majesty's Birth Day... 
Engraven in Characters & Figures for y" 
use of Masters. Printed for I. Walsh <£■ 
I. Hare : [London, 1709 ?] fol. 

h. 993. (14.) 
Room for a Rover. A Song [words by 
T. D'Urfey] to a Tune of Mr. Peasable's 
call'd y new Dance. [London, 

1705?] s.sh.iol. G. 305. (211.) 

[Another copy.] G. 311. (30.) 

[Another copy.] G. 304. (127.) 

The Royall. Mr. Isaac's New Dance, 
made for Her Majesty's Birth Day... 
Engraven in Characters & Figures for y" 
use of IMasters. Printed for I. Walsh d; 
I. Hare: [London, 11121] 'fol. 

h. 993. (18.) 
The Royall Ann. ^Ir. Isaac's New Dance, 
made for Her Majesty's Birth Day... 
Engraven in Character & Figures for y" 
use of Masters. Printed for I. WalsJi and 
I. Hare: [London, 1112?] fob 

h. 993. (4.) 
The Royall Gailliarde. Mr. Isaac's New 
Dance, made for Her ^Majesty's Birth Day, 
1710. . .Engraven in Characters & Figures 
for y use of Ma[ste]rs. Writt by Mr. 
de la Garde, etc. Printed for 

J. ]\'(ilsli (h P. Bandiill and J. Hare : 
London, [1710.] fol. h. 993. (6.) 

The Saltarella. ]Mr. Isaac's New I)ance 
made for Her Majesty's Birthday, 1708. . . 
Engraven in Characters and Figures for 
the use of Masters. The Characters writ 
by Mr. de la Garde, etc. Sold hi/ 1. ]\'alsli. 
[and] I. Hare: r London, 1103.]^ fol. 

h. 993. (7.) 
Six Sonatas of two Parts for Two Flutes 
. . .Opera Prima. [Separate Parts.] 
Printed for I. WalsJi and I. Hare : London, 
[1705 ?] ohl. fol. e. 105. a. (4.) 

The Spanheim. Mr. Isaac's New Dance, 
made for Her Majesty's Birth Day... 
Engraven in Characters & Figures for y' 
use of IMasters. Printed for I. WalsJt £ I. 
Hare : [London, 1705 ?] fol. h. 993. (10.) 



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235 



PAISIBLE (James) The Union. Mr. 
Isaac's New Dance, etc. (Perform'd at 
Court on Her Majestie's Birthday. . .1707, 
and writt down in Characters by J. 
Weaver.) Printed for I. Walsh d I. Hare : 
[London, 1707.] fol. h. 993. (8.) 

PAISIELLO (Giovanni) 

Arrajstgement. 

1. Operas. 

2. Miscellaneous Vocal Works. 

.3. Instrumental and Theoretical Works. 

4. Appendix. 

5. Index. 

1. Operas. 

II Barbiere di Siviglia. 

Le Barbier de Seville. Op^ra Comique en 
Quatre Actes. . .Remisen Fran<,-ais d'apres 
la Piece de Beaumarchais et parodie par 
Framery. [Full Score.] ChezLeduc: 
Paris, [1789.] fol. G. 274. c. 

[Overture.] Four Italian Overtures. Ar- 
ranged for the Piano Forte by L. Boutmy. 
(No. 2. Sinfonia. Paisiello.) [1799.] 
Si'e Periodical Publications. — London. 
The Piano-Forte Magazine. Vol. VII. 
No. 7. [1797-1802.] 8". D. 854. 

Ah chi sa. The Favorite Trio, etc. [Full 
Score.] Longnuui and Brodcrip : 

Lomlon, [1789.] fol. G. 197. (16.) 

[Ecco r ora s' aviciua.] Dans I'instant a 
sa feuetre. Air . . . Accomp' de guitare 
par ]M. Alberti. Chez M. Camand : 

Paris, [1789 ?] 8". B. 362. c. (53^) 
[Gia riede primavera.] Dans la Saison 
nouveUe. Air, etc. Chez 3P Cain-and : 
[Pflm, 1789?] 8". B. 362. c. (53"'.) 
[Saper bramate.] Belle Rosine, vous que 
3 'implore. Romance. . .Les Parolles sont 
de W :Moliue. Chez Bignon : 

Paris, [1790?] 8". B. 362. e. (53.) 

For tenderness form'd. A Favourite 

Song in the New Comedy of the Heiress 
[words by General Burgoyne],. . .Adapted 
to an Air of Sig"' Paesiello, by Mr. Linley, 
etc. Printed for S. A. A P. Thompson : 
London, [1786.] fol. H. 131. (40.) 

For tenderness form'd. Song in the 

Heiress, etc. J.Lee: Dublin, 

[1790?] s.sh.iol. H. 1601. b. (22.) 

Vous I'ordonnez. Romance, etc. 

[Paris,-] 178-1. 8\ 297- g. 16. 

Mercure de France, Dec, 1784,^. 6. 

Vous I'ordonnes. [Song.] . . . Avee 

Accompagn' de Guittare. Cltez Lnbault : 
Paris, [1790 ?] fol. B. 362. c. (53<=.) 

Le Bon ]Maitre. 

Le Bon INIaitre, ou I'Esclave par Amour. 
Op^ra en Trois Actes . . . Parolles de 
^jr * * * j-pull Score.] Chez le S'' 

Sieber : Paris, ri790 ?] fol. H. 445. a. 



PAISIELLO (Giovanni) 

Le Due Contesse. 
The Favourite Songs in the Opera, Le Due 
Contesse, cte. [Full Score.] R. Bremncr : 
London, [1777.] fol. G. 806. i. (II.) 

Le Duel Comique. 
Comedie en Deux Actes en Prose mel«ie 
d'Ariettes. . .Le Poeme est de M"' ^Moliue. 
[Full Score.] Chez le S' Sieber : Paris, 
[1777.] fol. G. 274. f. 

Elfrida. 
Abbracciami, O sposo. Duettino Serio 
con Recitative, etc. [Full Score. ^ 

Prcsso Luigi Marescalclii : Xajioli, 
[1795?] obi. fol. E. 600. e. (4.) 

Che a parte mi vuoi crudele. A favorite 
Song, as sung by Madam Banti, etc. 
[Full Score.] " L. Lavenu : London, 

[1798.] fol. G. 424. xx. (22.) 

Credi la mia ferita. The favorite Duett, 
as Sung by ^Madame Banti and Sig' 
Viganoni, etc. [Full Score.] 
B. Birchall : London, [1798.1 fol. 

H. 2831. a. i30.) 

Rassereni amico amore. The Favorite 
Trio as sung bv ^ladame Banti, Signora 
Pastorella & S'ig' Viganoni, etc. [Full 
Score.] Printed for B. Birchall : London, 

[1798.] fol. H. 2830. g. (35.) 

[Another copy.] H. 2831. a. (31.) 

I Filosofi Immaginari. 
Ouverture. [P. F.] See :Mezger (F.) 
Ouverture du Philosophe Imaginaire 'by 
G. Paisiello] . . . Arrangee par W :\Iezger. 
[1785?] fol. g. 81. (4.) 

La Frascatana. 
L'Infante de Zamora. Opera Comique 
en 3 actes, parodi^ sous la ^lusique de La 
Frascatana du . . . S^' Paisiello . . . par 
M. Framery, etc. [Full Score.] 
Chez M. d'Enouvillc : Paris, [1790.1 fol. 

I. 326. 

Ouverture . . . Arrangee en Quatuor pour 
deux Violons, Alto, et Basse par M.* * *. 
[Separate Parts.] Chez le S'' Jolivet : 

Paris, [1780 ?] fol. g. 417. a. (5.) 

[For editions of this opera when pro- 
duced as a Pasticcio in London in 1777 :j 
See Fraschetana. 

La Locanda. 
Donne care. [Song.] Sung by Sig"' 
Cipriani, etc. [Full Score.] 

Printed for the Proprietors : London, 
[1791.] fol. G. 199. (20.) 

Lo tuovai per accidente, the C(;lebrated 
Quartette ... in ... La Locanda. [Full 
Score.] Printed for the Proprietors : 

London, [1791.] fol. 'H. 2831. h. (22.) 



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PAISIELLO (Giovanni) IMustafa di 
Trabisonda. [Song.] Sung by Sig'' 
Cipriani, etc. [JPull Score.] 

Printed for the Proprietors : London, 
[1791.] fol. G. 199. (23.) 

Nou lo voglio non lo prendo. The 
Celebrated Duetto. . .in. . .La Locanda. 
[Pull Score.] Printed for the Proprietors : 
London, [1791.] fol. ~ G. 198. (15.) 

Parto non dubitate. [Song.] Sung by 
Sig" Lazzarini, etc. [Full Score.] 

Printed for the Proprietors : London, 
[1791.] fol. ■ G. 199. (15.) 

Qua si trova dir dovrete. [Song.] Sung 
by Sig'' Morelli, etc. [Full Score.] 

Printed for the Proprietors : London, 
[1791.] fol. G. 199. (17.) 

Quando vien lo sposo avanti. [Song.] 
Sung by Sig'' Morelli, etc. [Full Score.] 

Printed for the Proprietors : Lo)idon, 
[1791.] fol. G. 199. (16.) 

Questo vago giovinetto. [Song.] Sung 
by Sig"'" Casentini, etc. [Full Score.] 

Printed for the Proprietors : London, 
[1791.] fol. G. 199. (18.) 

Saria bella il niaritarsi. [Song.] Sung 
by Sig''" Schinotti, etc. [Full Score.] 

Printed for the Proprietors : London, 
[1791.] fol. G. 199. (19.) 

Signorino, a parlar scbietto. [Song.] 
Sung by Sig''" Calvesi, etc. [Full Score.] 

Printed for the Proprietors : London, 
[1791.] fol. ■ G. 199. (22.) 

Tutto da vol dipende, the Celebrated 

Duetto ... in ... La Locanda. [Full Score.] 

Printed for the Proprietors : London, 

[1791.] fol. ' G. 198. (16.) 

Voi tornate a questo seno. [Song.] Sung 
by Sig"' Lazzarini, etc. [Full Score.] 

Printed for tlie Proprietors : London, 
[1791.] fol. G. 199. (21.) 

II Marchese Tulipano. 

Le Marquis Tulipano. Op6ra Bouffon en 
deux Actes, parodie [by J. A. Gourbillon] 
sur la jMusique del Signor G. Paesiello, etc. 
[Full Score.] Chez hnhault : Paris, 

[17S9.] fol. G. 274. a. 

La Slodista Raggiratrice. 

A me tutte le belle. See Steibett (D.) 
A me tutte le belle, a Favorite Rondo 
[from Paisiello's ' La IModista Raggira- 
trice '] for the Harp & Forte Piano, etc. 
[1796?] fol. g. 192. a. (21.) 

La Molinara. 

Ouverture und favorit Arien aus der Oper 
La Molinara . . . Fiirs Clavier eingerichtet 
von C. G. Neefe. Bey N. Simrock : Bonn, 
[1795?] obi. fol. D. 371. b. 



PAISIELLO (Giovanni) Overtura per il 

Clavicembalo dell' Opera La Molinara, etc. 

Presso Artaria Comp. : Vienna, 

[1795?] obi. fol. D. 371. (1.) 

Ascoltate vi diro. Aria per il Clavicembalo 
ricavata dall' Opera La Molinara, etc. 

Presso Artaria Comp. : Vienna, 
[1795?] obi. fol. D. 371. (5.) 

Dite in grazia mio Signore. Quartetto 
per Clavicembalo ricavato dall' Opera La 
Molinara, etc. Presso Artaria Comp. : 

Vienna, [1795?] obi. fol. D. 371. (4.) 

II mio garzone il pifaro, the Celebrated 
Duetto sung... by Sig' Morelli & Sig" 
Casentini, etc. [Full Score.] 

Printed for the Proprietors : London, 
[1791.] fol. G. 809. b. (58.) 

Nel cor piu non mi sento. Duetto per il 
Clavicembalo ricavato dall' opera La 
Molinara, etc. Presso Artaria Comp. : 

Vienna, [11951] fol. D. 371. (6.) 

iS'cf Gelinek (J.) 'VI. Variazioni sul 



duetto Nel cor piu. . .per clavicembalo, etc. 
[1795 ?] obi. fol. f. 133. b. (3.) 

Hope told a flatt'ring Tale [by 



G. Paisiello], v/ith Variations by IM. Gelinek . 
[1801.] See Periodical Publications. — 
London. The Piano - Forte Magazine. 
Vol. XIV. [No. 12.] [1797-1802.J 9,\ 

D. 854. 

[For adaptations to P. Pindar's words 

' Hope told a flattering Tale,' published 
anonymously :] See Hope. 

See Idalide. Ah che nel petto io 

sento, etc. [Song, adapted to Paisiello's 
' Nel cor piu.'] [1791.] fol. 

G. 199. (26.) 

See Inkle and Yarico. Ah will no 



change of clime. [An adaptation of ' Nel 
cor piu,'] etc. [1795 ?] fol. 

G. 383. h. (55.) 

See IMarin (M. IM. Marcel de) Essay 



upon an Air of Molinarella [i.e. 'Nel cor 
piu,' by Paisiello], etc. [1800.] fol. 

g. 198. (7.) 

O il mio caro puppazzetto. Duetto per il 
Clavicembalo ricavato dall' Opera La 
]\Iolinara, etc. Presso Artaria Comp. : 

Vienna, [1795?] obl.io\. D. 371. (8.) 

Per marito ad un notaro. Duetto per 
Clavicembalo ricavato dall' Opera La 
Molinara, etc. I'rcsso Artaria Comp. : 

Vienna, [11951] obi. io\. D. 371. (3.) 

Per marito vossignoria. The Celebrated 
Duetto Sung... by Sig"' Bonfanti & Sig''' 
Morichelli, etc. [Full Score.] 

Printed for B. Birchall : Ijondon, 
[1795 ?] fol. H. 2820. (14.) 



PAISIELLO 



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PAISIELLO (Giovanni) La Rachelina. 
The favorite Italian Aiu sung. . .iu the 
Opera of the Haunted Tower. . .as adapted 
to English Words by S. Storace, dc. 
[Full Score.] 

Longman and Broderip : London, 
[1789.] fol. G. 196. (10.) 

La Rachelina molinarina. Cavatiua per 
Clavicembalo ricavata dall' Opera La 
Molinara, etc. Presso Artaria Camp. : 

]'ic»»rt, [1795?] oW. fol. D. 371. (2.) 

IMoutezuma. 

A raorir se mi condanna. [Song.] See 
Texducci (G. F.) Six ... Italian Songs, 
etc. No. 6. [177S.] fol. G. 114. 

Cara flamma del raio seno. [Song.] See 
Tenducci (G. F.) Six . . . Italian Songs, etc. 
No. 1. [1778.] fol. G. 114. 

Nina. 

Nina, oder Wahnsinn aus Liebe.. mit 
Deutsch und Italienischem Text. Fiir das 
Clavier mit Begleitung einer Violine 
gesetzet. . .von C. Franzl. I. M. Gotz : 
.¥a»m/it'i)K, [1790 ■?] o6/. fol. D. 371. a. 

La Pazza per Aiuore, ou La Folle par 
Amour, etc. [Opera. Full Score.] 
Chez Pleyel : Paris, [1795 ?] fol. 

G. 274. b. 

[Overture.] A Celebrated Symphony, 
adapted for the Piano Forte. [1800.] 
See Periodical Publications. — London. 
The Piano-Forte Magazine. Yol. XI. 
No.l[a]. [1797-1802.] 8". D. 854. 

II Re Teodoro in Yenezia. 

[Le Roi Theodore a Yenise. Opera. Full 
Score.] [Paris, 1787.] fol. G. 274. d. 
Imperfect, ivanting the title-page. 

Le Roi Theodore a Yenise, Op6ra Heroi- 

Comique, en quatre actes . . . Paroles 

imitees de I'ltalien, par M. Dubuisson, etc. 

Chez F. Hayez : Paris ct . . .Bruxellcs, 

1786. 8». 11738. dd. 8. (4.) 

This edition only contains the music of 

one song. 

[Overture.] Four Italian Overtures. 
Arranged for the Piano Forte by L. 
Boutmy. (No. 3. Sinfonia. Sig'' Paisiello.) 
[1799.] See Periodical Publicatioxs. — 
London. The Piano-Forte Magazine. 
Yol. YII. No. 7. [1797-1802.] S". 

D. 854. 

Gli Schiavi per Amore. 

A Comic Opera in Two Acts . . . Arranged 
for the Harpsichord or Piano-Forte, with 
Graces and other Ornaments by D. Corri. 
Longman and Broderip : 
London, [1787.] fol. H. 445. 



PAISIELLO (Giovanni) Ouverture des 
Esclaves par Amour. . .arrang^e pour le 
Clavecin ou le Forte-Piano avec Yiolon ad 
Libitum par J. F. INIezger. 
Chez 3/'- Boycr : Paris, [1785 ?] fol. 

g. 81. (8.) 
Manting the \ iolin part. 

Overture . . . Adapted by I. Mazzinghi. 
See Opera Overtures. No. l(-5) of the 
Opera Overtures, cfc. No. 4. [1789.1 fol. 

h. 61. (10.) 

Amare tacere. [Duet.] Sung ... in the 
Opera of Gli Schiavi per Amore. [By 
G. Paisiello. Full Score.] [178S.] fol. 
See Schiavi per Amore. G. 197. (5.) 

Chi mi mostra. [Song.] Sung by Sig" 
Storace, etc. [Full Score.] 

Longman and Broderip : 
[London, 1787.] fol. H. 345. (5.) 

Another copy. G. 297. (2.) 

Dove ridotta sono. [Song.] Sung by 
Sig" Storace, etc. [Full Score.] 

Longman and Broderip : 
[Loiulon, 1787.] fol. H. 345. (10.) 

Ola dico. [Quartett.] Sung by Signoras 
Storace & Sestini, Signers Morelli & 
Morigi, etc. [Full Score.] 

Longman <£ Broderip : 
[Loiuloti, 1787.] fol. G. 197. (15.) 

Piche cornacchie e nottole. [Duet.] 
Sung by Sig" Storace & Sig' IMorelll, etc. 
[Full Score.] Longman £ Broderip : 

[London, 1787.] fol. G. 197. (4.) 

Te, Dianina tu servi. Quartetto iu the 
Second .\ct, etc. [Full Score.] 

Longman and Broderip : 
[London, 1787.] fol. G. 197. (14.) 

La Serva Padrona. 
Lo conosco a quegli occhietto. A Favorite 
Duett, as sung by Mad'" Banti & Sig' 
Morelli, e^c. [Full Score.] Printed for 
R.Birchall: London , [IIM.-] fol. 

H. 2815. c. (37.) 

Sismano nel Mogole. 
Or che il cielo a me ti rende. Rondo. . . 
Per la Sig'" Anna Deamicis nel Sismano 
in Milano il Carnovale dell' Anno 1773. 
[Full Score.] 

I. Alessandri e P. Scataglia : Yenezia, 
[1775 ■?] obi. fol. E. 270. d. (5.) 

I Zingari in Fiera. 
Pandolfetto graziosetto, a favorite Duett. 
Sung by Sig'' Morelli & Sig" Storace, etc. 
[Full Score.] Printed for J. Dale : 

London, [1793.] fol. G. 198. (14.) 

[Another edition.] Pandolfetto graziosetto 
. . . Duett. Sung by Sig' :Morelli & Sig"-'' 
Bolla, etc. R. Birchall : London, 

[1795?] fol. H. 2820. (11.) 



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PAISIELLO (Giovanni) Ti riverisco, a 
favorite Air sung by Sig"' Storace, etc. 
[Full Score.] Printed for J. Dale : 

London, [1793.] fol. G. 199. (24.) 

This is the Soprano part from the trio 
' Vi riverisco.'' 

Vi riverisco. A favorite Trio sung by Sig" 
Storace, Mr. Kellv& Signor Rovedino, etc. 
[Full Score.] ' B. Birchall : London, 
[1795?] fol. G. 806. f. (66.) 

[For songs, &c., published anonymously :] 

See ZiNGAEI IN PlEHA. 

2. Miscellaneous Vocal Woeks. 

La Liberia e Palinodia. Twenty Four 
Duetts in Four Books for Two Voices with 
a Thorough Bass, etc. D. Motta & Ball : 
London, [1794 ?] obi. fol. D. 370. (9.) 

Scendi propizia. Metastasio's celebrated 
Hymn to Venus. [Duet.] Loyigman and 
Brodcrip : London, \Yi9b'>] fol. 

G. 809. b. (57.) 

Tu peusi al mio riposo. A Favorite 
Italian Cantata, etc. [Full Score.] 

Longman and Broderip : London, 
[1795?] fol. G. 424. a. (31.) 

Tu sai che amaute son io. [Song. Full 
Score.] G. Goulding : London, 

[1799?] fol. G. 811. (20.) 

Periodical Italian Song, No. 19. 

Whither luy Love, ah ! whither art thou 
gone ? [Song.] Sung by Signora Storace 
in the Haunted Tower, etc. Longman 

and Broderip : [London, 1790 ?] fol. 

H. 1994. d. (48.) 

3. Instrumental and Theoretical 
Works. 
Twelve Capriccios and Rondos for the 
Piano Forte or Harpsichord with an 
Accompanyment for the Violin, Composed 
for the Grand Dutchess of all the Rus- 
sians, etc. [Separate Parts.] Longman 
and Broderip : London, [ll'dQ'>] fol. 

g. 161. e. (9.) 

Regole per bene accompagnare il Parti- 
mento, o sia il Basso Fondameutale sopra 
il Cembalo. Ui-'Kiininid m, Tinio/piii/iiii 
Miipci;<ii(i iii.iii.n'iiiiKiio hdoniifhd/o h'dpinjen : 
(S. Pictroburgo,) 1782. ohl. fol. e. 360. 

An Original & Favorite Rondo for the 
Piano Forte, with an Accompaniment for 
the Violin ad libitum. No. 1. T.Skillern: 
London, [11^0 r\ fol. g. 144. (8.) 

A Favorite Sonata for the Piano Forte. 
[1801.] Se<? Periodical Publications. - 
London. The Piano - Forte Magazine. 
Vol. XV. [No. 4.] [1797-1802.] 8". 

D. 854. 



PAISIELLO (Giovanni) 

4. Appendix. 
See CoRFE (Joseph). A Third Set of 
Twelve Glees . . . arranged from the Melo- 
dies of. . .Paisiello, f^c. [1800?] oW. fol. 

E. 317. 

See Feast of Apollo. The Feast of 
Apollo, containing Lessons . . . and . . . 
Songs by. . .Paisello, ffc. [1788.1 fol. 

G. 351. (2.) 

See Sampieri (N.) A Collection of Songs 
. . .by. . .Paisiello, etc. [1795 ?] obi. fol. 

E. 600. z. (8.) 

See Shield (W.) The Midnight 
Wanderers . . . composed by [or rather 
selected from] Paisiello, etc. [1793.] 
obi. fol. D. 287. (3.) 

See Shield (W.) Netley Abbey. A 
Comic Opera. . .partly Selected and partly 
Composed bv. . .Paisiello, etc. [1794.] 
obi. fol. ' D. 287. (4.) 

5. Index. 
A me tutte le belle. 
See [La Modista Baggiratrice.] 

A morir se mi condanna. 

See [Monte.- mna.] 

Abbracciami, O sposo. See [Elfrida.] 

Ah chi sa. See [II Barbierc di Siviglia.] 

Ascoltate vi diro. See [La Molinara.'} 

Belle Rosine, vous que j 'implore. 

See [II Barbierc di Siviglia. Super 

bramate.] 

Che a parte mi vuoi crudele. 

See [Elfrida.] 

Chi mi mostra. 

See [Gli Schiavi per Amcyre.] 

Credi la mia ferita. See [Elfrida.] 

Dans I'instaut a sa fenetre. 

See [Tl Barbierc di Siviglia. Ecco V ora 

.s' avicina.] 

Dans la saison nouvelle. 

See [II Barbicre di Siviglia. Gid riede 

primavera.] 

Dite in grazia mio Signore. 
See [La Molinara.] 

Donne care. See [La, Locanda.] 

Dove ridotta sono. 

See [Gli Schiavi per Amore.] 

For tenderness form'd. See [II Barbierc 
di Siviglia. Saper bramate.] 

II mio garzone il pifaro. 
See [La Molinara.] 

L'Infante de Zamora. 
See [La Frascatana.] 

Lo conosco a quegli occhietto. 
See [La Serva Padrona.] 

Lo tuovai per accidente. 
See [La Locanda.] 



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PAISIELLO (Giovanni) INIustafa di 
Ti-abisonda. 
See [La Locaiida.j 

Nel cor pin non mi sento. 
See [La Molinara.] 

Non lo voglio non lo prendo. 
See [La Locanda.] 

O il mio caro puppazzetto. 
See [La Molinara.j 

Ola dico. See [Gli Schiavi per Amove.'] 

Or che il cielo a me ti rende. 
See [Sismano nel Mogole.] 

Pandolfetto graziosetto. 
See [I Zingari in Fiera.'] 

Parto non dubitate. See [La Locanda.] 

La Pazza per Amore. See [Nma.] 

Per marito ad un notaro. 

See [La Molinara.] 

Per marito vossiguoria. 
See [La Molinara.] 

Piche cornacchie e nottole. 
See [Gli Schiavi j^er Amore.] 

Qua si trova dir dovrete. 
See [La Locanda.] 

Quando vien lo sposo avauti. 
See [La Locanda.] 

Questo vago giovinetto. 
Sec [La Locanda.] 

La Rachelina molinarina. 
Sec [La Molinara.] 

Rassereni amico amore. See [Elfrida.] 

Saper bramate. 

See [II Barbicrc di Siviglia.] 

Saria bella il niaritarsi. 
See [La Locanda.] 

Signorino, a parlar schietto. 
See [La Locanda.] 

Te, Dianina tu servi. 

See [Gli Schiavi per Amove.] 

Ti riverisco. See [I Zingavi in Fiera.] 

Tutto da vol dipende. 
Sec [La Locanda.] 

Vi riverisco. See [I Zingari in Fieva.] 

Voi tornate a questo seno. 
See [La Locanda.] 

Vous I'ordonnez. 

See [II Barbiere di Siviglia. Saper 

bramate.] 

PAISSEZ. Paisses petits moutons. Les 
Petits Moutons. Ariette [words] de 
RPFerav. [Pa/is, 1775?] 8°. 

B. 362. e. (49.) 

[Another edition.] Paisses petits Moutons. 
Chanson Nouvelle. [Paris, 1775 ?] 8°. 

B. 362. b. (21.) 



PAIX DE L'OPERA. La Paix de 
r Opera, on Parallele impartial de la Mu- 
sique fran(,'oise et de la Musique itali- 
enne. [From F. Raguenet's ' Parallele 
des Italiens et des Francois,' etc.] 
Amsterdam, 1753. 12'. 1103. a. 1